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Clinton Reaches Out To Female Voters


As Hillary Clinton enters the final stretch of the campaign trail, she's embracing the "woman card" to reach out to female voters. Some of her top female supporters such as First Lady Michelle Obama and Senator Elizabeth Warren have been joining her on the trail to help boost her campaign.

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