The New York Times on Jan. 25 endorsed the candidacy of Hillary Clinton for president. The Times editorial stated that "We know that she is capable of uniting and leading. We saw her going town by town through New York in 2000, including places where Clinton-bashing was a popular sport (in her Senate race). She won over skeptical voters and then delivered on her promises and handily won re-election in 2006."
On the Iraq war, the N.Y. Times article sets down that "Mrs. Clinton seems not only more aware than Obama of the consequences of withdrawal, but is already thinking through the diplomatic and military steps that will be required to contain Iraq's chaos after American troops leave."
National polls show that Hillary is very competitive with John McCain and defeats Mitt Romney with ease in the November election. National polls also show Clinton is almost 10 points ahead of Obama nationwide. The polls have her way ahead of Obama in the greater majority of 22 states that will vote on Super Tuesday. At present, Clinton with 232 committed delegates, is ahead of Obama by 74 delegates going into Super Tuesday.
On Tuesday, I urge you to join your friends and neighbors by standing up in support of electing the first women president of the United States, Hillary Clinton, at Centennial Hall. Registration will close at 6 p.m. For more details, visit Alaskademocrats.org or Juneaudemocrats.org or call (907) 258-3050.
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