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Hillary Clinton: ‘Today we say enough’ to Trump
Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is urging Americans to "exercise our birthright" and vote, telling her Twitter audience, "Today, we say enough."
In a series of tweets, Clinton said Americans aren't just voting against "radicalism, bigotry, and corruption" on Tuesday, but for "fantastic candidates all over the country."
"If they win, they'll do great things for America," Clinton added. "Let's exercise our birthright as Americans today, put those people in office, and continue the hard work of saving our democracy."
Clinton has recently stepped up her presence in the national spotlight, appearing in media interviews with greater frequency to criticize the GOP and President Trump.
Late last month, Clinton left the door open to a possible 2020 run, saying at an event that even though she doesn't want to run, "I'd like to be president."
She and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, will be embarking on a 13-city tour over the next year, hosting discussions about current events and politics across the country.
In recent weeks, Trump has campaigned across America and made the midterms a referendum on himself and his presidency.
At his rally Monday night in Ohio, Trump said "in a sense, I am on the ticket."