Hillary Rodham Clinton

Children - Oct. 15, 2007

Hillary Rodham Clinton
October 15, 2007
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Campaign status: Lost

ANNOUNCER: Thirty-five years ago, a young woman came to South Carolina to help the Children's Defense Fund seek justice for our kids. Thirty-five years later, she's still fighting for them—Hillary Clinton.

CLINTON: There's a tribe in Africa—I think it's the Masai. And when you meet on the trail, they don't say, "How are you?" they say, "How are the children?"

ANNOUNCER: Hillary Clinton knows that South Carolina's children are struggling to get a decent education, a good job, a shot at the future.

CLINTON: We have many children who are poor, who are sick, who are neglected.

ANNOUNCER: She's spent a lifetime battling to improve childcare and health care and education for every child.

CLINTON: I think education is the passport to opportunity.

ANNOUNCER: As President, she'll make preschool available to all our children and college more affordable for all Americans.

CLINTON: I want to be able to say to you as your President, our children are well.

ANNOUNCER: If you're ready for change, she's ready to lead. Paid for by Hillary Clinton for President

CLINTON: I'm Hillary Clinton, and I approve this message.