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Clinton And Warren Campaign In Cincinnati


Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton brought her campaign to Cincinnati's Union Terminal today.TanaWeingartner of member station WVXU in Cincinnati reports.  

Some 26-hundred people packed the Museum Center rotunda to hear Hillary Clinton talk about her newly released economic plan.  Maria Schade of Cincinnati especially likes Clinton's goal of making debt-free college available to everyone.  

"I have two daughters; one who's 12 and one who's 15, so they're heading in that direction; so I was really happy about that.  And I was really excited that she was looking out for families."  

Clinton didn't come alone.  Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren joined her, fueling speculation that she could be a vice presidential running mate.  That's music to the ears of Lauren Jones.  

"I would absolutely love it if the two of them could maybe could run together, you know?  That would be two women on the ticket - that would be just way too much excitement for me!"  

Clinton's economic agenda also includes investing 10 billion dollars in manufacturing and holding corporations more accountable.


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