Rally for Hillary tomorrow

In the pursuit of equal opportunity and non-partisanship(ish): let me know if you’re interested in attending (and writing about for class credit) a rally for Hillary, taking place tomorrow. Below is the email I just got from Mayor DeBlasio’s office:

Hillary Clinton has spent her life fighting to lift up everyday people. When she walks into the White House on January 20th, her agenda will be the most progressive that our country has seen in modern times.

To make that happen, I’m inviting you to join me and Hillary’s campaign manager Robby Mook at a rally tomorrow evening, Wednesday, April 6th at 6pm, in support of Hillary’s campaign for President. It will be in lower Manhattan at 52 Broadway at the UFT headquarters. 

RSVP to attend by clicking this link: https://www.hillaryclinton.com/events/MayordeBlasio

Hillary Clinton has served our nation for decades at the highest level, backing—and achieving—the things we care about the most. Her fight for health insurance that she waged in 1993 set the stage for the comprehensive reform President Obama was able to pass in 2010. And her advocacy for family and medical leave changed the lives of working Americans across the country.

The fact that New York City has paid sick leave today is a direct result of the Clintons’ progress on family and medical leave during the 1990s, and Hillary hasn’t stopped fighting for Americans since—as Senator to New York and Secretary of State. She is the best suited to hit the ground running, address income inequality, and make the real changes that middle class and working class Americans need.

As ever, I deeply appreciate your support in all that we try to do for New Yorkers every day. I hope you join me by attending tomorrow night and showing your support for Hillary.

RSVP to attend by clicking this link: https://www.hillaryclinton.com/events/MayordeBlasio

As I’ve mentioned; observing, experiencing, and participating in political action is extremely important – regardless of whether you show up for the right, the left, the middle, or the don’t-identify-with-any-group’s, I encourage you to SHOW UP!
-Prof Miller
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