So Hillary took a deep breath and gathered her memories of the months leading up to tomorrow's shift from speculation to reality.
Thank you Hillary for your tireless hard work! We're with you!
What I heard in those early days — and every day since — has stuck with me.
Back in April, I began my journey as a presidential candidate with a visit to Iowa. Today — nearly 10 months and 160,000 miles of travel later — our campaign has come full circle: America’s first voters are about to begin electing our next president.From the very beginning, I wanted this campaign to be a little different. So instead of kicking things off with a big speech, we headed out to talk directly with people — in coffee shops, at churches, in backyards, at community colleges, and yes, at a Chipotle in Maumee, Ohio.
What I heard in those early days — and every day since — has stuck with me. People have shared their hopes and their worries. But even as they talked about the challenges their families, businesses, schools, and communities are facing, there was a sense of positive possibility.
Those conversations have informed me and helped shape this campaign. They’ve made me a better candidate. And I believe that, thanks to everyone I’ve met, I will be a better president — someone who truly understands what we need to do to give our kids and grandkids a better future.