Hillary Clinton

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In Their Own Words

It's easy to give a speech about restoring the middle class, but it is hard to actually do it. ... We've been here before with a president who leaves the economic cupboard bare on Election Day.
-- from speech on November 19, 2007
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Some supporters, who may have also contributed to other candidates, include:
Danny DeVito
Donated $2,300
Joely Fisher
Donated $4,600
Tom Hanks
Donated $2,300
Tom Hanks
Tobey Maguire
Donated $4,600
Paul Newman
Donated $4,600
Rhea Perlman
Donated $2,300
George Takei
Donated $1,000
Lily Tomlin
Donated $2,000
Joanne Woodward
Donated $4,600
* Money figures are according to FEC
Some of the top and notable advisers, according to the campaigns and/or media reports.
Maggie Williams
Campaign manager
Served as Clinton's chief of staff when the New York senator was first lady
Patti Solis Doyle
Senior adviser
An adviser for Clinton who started working for the senator when she was the first lady of Arkansas
Mark Penn
Besides polling, also has additional strategic duties.
Mark Penn
Terry McAuliffe
Campaign chair
A longtime Clinton confidante and former Democratic National Committee chair
Terry McAuliffe
Howard Wolfson
Communications director
A former executive director of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee and partner in a Washington public relations firm.
Howard Wolfson
Mandy Grunwald
Media consultant
A political aide long associated with the senator and President Clinton
Mandy Grunwald
Jonathan Mantz
Finance director
A former chief fundraiser for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee and Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.
Ann Lewis
Senior adviser, women's outreach
Communications director for Sen. Clinton's PAC, counselor to President Clinton, chair of DNC's Women's Vote Center, Planned Parenthood executive
Ann Lewis
Peter Daou
Internet director
Edited "Daou Report" on, online communication adviser to Sen. Kerry's 2004 presidential campaign
* Special Notes
• Delegate counts represent CNN's most recent estimate for each candidate. For Democrats, the figures include pledged delegates and superdelegates. For Republicans, the figures include pledged delegates and unpledged RNC member delegates. There are currently 4,234 total delegates to the Democratic National Convention, including 3,409 pledged delegates and 825 superdelegates. The total number of delegate votes needed to win the nomination is 2,118. There are currently 2,380 total delegates to the Republican National Convention, including 1,917 pledged delegates and 463 unpledged delegates. The total number of delegate votes needed to win the nomination is 1,191. More about the delegate selection process
• Needed to Win: This refers to the total number of delegate votes needed by a candidate to win the party's nomination.
• States won: This refers to CNN's projected winner for each race until a final result has been determined. How CNN projects winners
Hillary Clinton Fundraising
TOTAL as of 03/20/2008
Raised: $173,875,569
Spent: $140,700,707
Cash-on-Hand: $33,174,862
provided by FEC
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Ad Watch
Clinton's Campaign Ad Highlight
Clinton on the Issues
Supports abortion rights.
Supported Bush-backed immigration reform legislation, which would have increased funding and improved border security technology, improved enforcement of existing laws, and provided a legal path to citizenship for some illegal immigrants. Voted to authorize construction of a 700-mile fence along the U.S.-Mexican border.
Voted for use of military force in Iraq, but now says she would have voted differently "if we knew then what we know now." Supports de-authorizing the war. Voted for war spending bill that would have withdrawn most U.S. troops by March 2008. Opposed Bush plan to increase the number of American troops in Iraq. Supports a phased redeployment and a cap on the number of American troops in Iraq.
Same-sex marriage
Opposes same-sex marriage but supports civil unions. Says states should ultimately decide the issue. Opposes a constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage.
Social Security
Opposes Bush plan allowing workers to divert some Social Security payroll taxes into private retirement accounts.
Opposed 2001 and 2003 Bush tax cuts. Opposed extending tax cuts through 2010.
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