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Hillary Clinton and Immigrant Dreams

For immediate press release:

November 21th, 2013

Steve Li ssli@ucdavis.edu Press Secretary, Hillary Clinton 2016

Hillary Clinton and Immigrant Dreams

President Barack Obama was in San Francisco Chinatown for a press conference regarding immigration reform this past Monday November 25th. During his speech President Obama was interrupted by a 24 year old college student shouting “I need your help, my family has been separated because of deportation”

More than 1,100 people are being deported everyday and separated  from their families. The Obama administration has the highest record of deportations, more than President George Bush two terms combine. The high record of deportations is reaching over 11.5 million. The United States was founded by a country of hard working immigrants. These are families who have come to the United States for a better future but are currently at risk of deportation because a pathway to citizenship does not exist for undocumented immigrants currently in the United States.

The Hillary Clinton campaign will do everything that it takes to pass a humane immigration reform for undocumented immigrants in the United States. The inaction of congress is a disservice to millions of families at stake. The time to act is now and with Hillary Clinton we will move forward.

Hillary Clinton is the leader who will lead America with cleverness, originality, and innovative spirit.

 

Hillary Clinton Honoring John F. Kennedy

On the 50th anniversary of Kennedy’s death, Hillary Clinton and President Obama come together to pay tribute to John F. Kennedy. John F. Kennedy has left a legacy behind and has paved the way for the new democratic leaders. Hillary Clinton will always remember the sacrifices of the heroes that fought to make the United States a greater nation.

With Hillary Clinton presidency she will continue the legacy and fight to lead America with cleverness, originality, and innovative spirit.

If you would like to set up a interview with Hillary Clinton please email:

Faafetai Faaleava fbfaaleava@ucdavis.edu