Hillary Qualifies For Indiana Ballot

Hillary Qualifies For Indiana Ballot

With Hillary Clinton today officially filing for the ballot in the Indiana primary election on May 3rd, Hillary for America’s Director of State Campaigns and Political Engagement Marlon Marshall released the below statement pledging a ground-up, grassroots campaign.

“We’re building our campaign in Indiana from the ground up, driven by a grassroots coalition that knows Hillary Clinton is the candidate who can stop Republicans from stripping away the progress that we’ve made. As President, Hillary Clinton will prioritize the concerns that keep Hoosiers up at night – keeping us safe, creating good-paying jobs, lowering drug and health costs, making college more affordable, cutting taxes for the middle class and ensuring women get equal pay. We’re fighting hard to earn the nomination with a coalition of Indiana voters who know Hillary Clinton has a proven track record of fighting for families and the toughness and experience to get things done.”

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