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Nov. 8, 2016, is finally right around the corner. For two years now, Rutgers for Hillary has been organizing students and voters in support of Hillary Clinton and other Democrats running to serve America. This semester, we’ve finally reached the home stretch, and we’re not slowing down. Here are our plans for the fall.
Head to head polls show Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) would beat Republic frontrunner Donald Trump in November by a wider margin than Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton would. A narrative that basically insinuates that Sanders is a better candidate against the GOP than Clinton is has recently followed these polls. And at this point in the cycle, these polls are probably accurate. Given the facts beneath the surface, however, they're meaningless.
Great empires like Egypt, Mesopotamia, Greece, the Mayans, the Romans and the Ottomans eventually fell after feeling the limits of growth and indulgence available to man. After each one fell, another one quickly grew from the ashes of the last and transitions were mostly regional. The problem today is that human growth encompasses the entire globe, not just a region or continent, and we are all simultaneously making the same mistake.
She was a very successful lawyer, First Lady of Arkansas, First Lady of the United States, Senator of New York, and U.S Secretary of State. She is wonderful humanitarian advocate for women and children around the world and a loving mother and grandmother. Hillary Clinton may very soon be on her way to becoming the first female President of the United States in 2016 and her campaign has already begun with grassroots organizations and donors paving the way for her throughout the country.