HILLARY CLINTON WAS BORN ON OCTOBER 26, 1947, IN CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. SHE MARRIED BILL CLINTON IN 1975. SHE SERVED AS FIRST LADY FROM 1993 TO 2001, AND THEN AS A U.S. SENATOR FROM 2001 TO 2009. IN EARLY 2007, CLINTON ANNOUNCED HER PLANS TO RUN FOR THE PRESIDENCY. DURING THE 2008 DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES, SHE CONCEDED HER NOMINATION WHEN IT BECAME APPARENT THAT BARRACK OBAMA HELD A MAJORITY OF THE DELEGATE VOTE. AFTER WINNING THE NATIONAL ELECTION, OBAMA APPOINTED CLINTON AS SECRETARY OF STATE. SHE WAS SWORN IN AS SECRETARY OF STATE IN JANUARY 2009 AND SERVED IN THAT POSITION UNTIL 2013.
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Martin O’Malley currently resides as the Democratic Governor of Maryland, where he advocates for undocumented immigrants as well as promoting equality for same-sex marriage.
“We also must recognize that the family is no longer a mother and a father with a few kids, we need to fight for rights for same sex couples and single parent homes. I will provide a vision for a new American family.”
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First elected in 2006 on a platform of hope and change, Governor Patrick entered office propelled by an unprecedented grassroots campaign. Despite a challenging economic environment, the Patrick administration maintained or expanded the state’s investment in critical growth sectors while delivering timely budgets and cutting state spending. Governor Patrick funded public education at the highest levels in the history of the Commonwealth and its school reform initiatives earned Massachusetts the top spot in the national Race to the Top competition. And through targeted initiatives that play to the Commonwealth’s unique strengths, like his landmark 10-year, $1 billion program to promote the state’s life sciences industry, the Governor has positioned the state as a global leader in biotech, bio pharmaceuticals and IT, and as a national leader in clean energy, including making Massachusetts home to the country’s first offshore wind farm. Governor Patrick is a graduate of Harvard College, the first in his family to attend college, and of Harvard Law School. After clerking for a federal judge, he led a successful career in the private sector as an attorney and business executive, rising to senior executive positions at Texaco and Coca-Cola. In 1994, President Clinton appointed Patrick as Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights, the nation’s top civil rights post.
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Elizabeth Warren’s Campaign for Candidacy (2016) is dedicated to pushing America forward, into a new Golden Age of growth and renewal. The only way we can move forward is by strengthening the foundations of our nation: its people. America is a country built on the hopes and dreams of its citizens, who work together to create a standard of living that can nurture generations to come. And now more than ever, the Warren candidacy understands that there is work to do!
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