This one is a tad ascerbic. Just to make a point here, it is no fault of Hillary's or of her campaign that things are ugly. Hillary is trying to campaign on the issues that matter to Americans. Donald Trump chooses to spend his rally hours attacking her rather than talk about the issues except to say that he will "fix" things. Hillary is full of ideas and plans. Trump is bankrupt and goes on personal attacks since he is running on empty.October 14, 2016Of the candidates for president of the United States, only Hillary Clinton has the experience and temperament for the job.
The Democratic nominee — as a young lawyer, first lady, U.S. senator and secretary of state — has championed the rights of children, women and families in the U.S. and abroad, worked in a bipartisan way to expand educational opportunities and access to health care for everyone from poor children to 9/11 responders and survivors.
Such priorities are the true building blocks of a great country and a peaceful world.
This one is historic.
It’s already been called the worst presidential election in U.S. history, or alternately, the most depressing one.
And so far, it has lived down to those expectations.
The substance of this election isn’t about unfavorables. It’s about qualifications.
And one candidate stands out: Hillary Clinton.
An FEC deadline is looming on Wednesday - the same day as the final debate. Give Hillary a boost if you can!“This is the moment when we can determine that an attack on one of us is an attack on all of us.”Never before in the 20-year history of Latina has the magazine endorsed a candidate—until today.But as the magazine noted, this is not an ordinary election. So, Latina broke tradition, joining forces with leaders in media and business, artists, and influencers to send a strong message—that we stand together to endorse Hillary Clinton for president.The roster includes powerhouse Latinos and organizations: Dolores Huerta, Eva Longoria, John Leguizamo, the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Planned Parenthood Action Fund, Dulce Candy Ruiz, Roselyn Sánchez, and others.
The overall message was clear—the Latino community has the power to change this election.Read more >>>>