Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Celebrating One Year of Hillary 2016

Roosevelt Island, NYC (June 13th, 2015)
Wow, what a year it's been! Thrilling, fun, inspirational and historic...but also turbulent, frustrating, and stressful. But aren't you glad you've been along for the ride?

While it may sometimes feel like this is the way it will be forever, there are actually less than seven months left. We'll have to work just as hard as ever, and every day won't be easy...but the most exciting times are yet to come.

After that, we can celebrate President Hillary Rodham Clinton next January!

On this one-year anniversary of the campaign, let's take a quick look back at a few of the highlights...starting with Clinton's announcement video on April 12, 2015:

The press chases after Hillary's "Scooby" van in Iowa two days later:

"What part of Democracy are they afraid of?" - Houston, June 2015

Roosevelt Island, NYC speech - June 2015

Las Vegas town hall question - August 2015

A chat with Val the bartender - October 2015

The finest minute of Bernie's campaign - October 2015

The finest 11 hours of Hillary's campaign - October 2015

"May the Force be with you" - December 2015

One of the best ads of the campaign - January 2016

The Iowa "sigh of relief" (a speech I was privileged to see firsthand) - February 2016

One hell of a debate closing statement - February 2016

Clinton wins Nevada and South Carolina, clearly regaining her frontrunner status and never looking back - February 2016

Obviously, this is just a small sampling of notable moments and there are dozens more that I could have chosen. Feel free to add your own in the comments.

Now: Forward!

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