Clinton Campaigns In Huber Heights

Published: Saturday, February 23, 2008 @ 4:11 PM
Updated: Sunday, February 24, 2008 @ 12:05 AM

Hundreds of people packed Wayne High School in Huber Heights to show their support for presidential candidate Sen. Hillary Clinton.

This was Clinton’s second stop in the Miami Valley in February.

Before Clinton took the stage, her supporters talked with the crowd about how Clinton has positively impacted their lives.

Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland and former Congressman Tony Hall hit the stage with Clinton and helped to introduce her before she spoke to the crowd.

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Both endorsed Clinton as an experienced candidate who will be ready to take charge of the White House from day one.

Once Clinton took the stage, she discussed issues that resonate with many Ohioans: quality health care, creating more jobs for Americans and addressing the foreclosure crisis. Clinton also outlined the differences between her proposals and those issued by her opponent, Sen. Barack Obama. She also discussed her plan to end the war in Iraq if elected president.

Sen. Clinton campaigned in Cincinnati Saturday morning. Following the rally in Huber Heights, she was scheduled to campaign in New Orleans, La.