Clinton Says Some Americans Are "Invisible"

Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.) continued her "Four Corners of Iowa" tour over the weekend, appearing at a coffee shop in Newton, Luther College in Decorah, and staging a press conference with nurses in Dubuque. In Clinton's latest campaign video, released Wednesday, the senator speaks to small groups of Iowans about popular skepticism of government, and about making everyone a part of bettering America.

Clinton talks about certain Americans who are "invisible" to the federal government under the current administration. Those Americans include single mothers working through school, small business owners fighting rising energy costs, and nurses speaking out for better patient care and working conditions. Find the campaign video below.