Hillary Clinton was in Cleveland on Monday, as she transitions from winning state primaries to get the Democratic nomination to winning the nation to become the first woman to be elected president this fall.
Mrs. Clinton has been declared the presumptive nominee for president for The Democratic Party, and with the last primary tomorrow, in Washington D.C., her nomination is all but assured when Democrats gather in late July in Philadelphia to nominate her to take on Republicans in the fall General Election. But for the tragic terrorist attack at an Orlando LGBT nightclub during this past weekend, the former […]Full Story... →
They are intergenerational co-workers at Flow Polymers, LLC on Cleveland’s east side. Beth is a production scheduler and Ashley works in sales and marketing.
Their workplace was so close-by that they walked over Monday morning to Team Wendy, at the Cleveland Industrial Innovation Center, to see and hear what Hillary Rodham Clinton had to say, now that she’s transitioning from winning state primaries to winning it all in November.
They were among the 400 or so who turned out to see the first woman to be named the presumptive presidential nominee for a major American political party—The Democratic Party. Beth […]Full Story... →
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