On Wednesday, Hillary Clinton returned to home town of Chicago for fundraisers and a public Get Out the Vote event. During the public event, Clinton took the opportunity to criticize the Republican administration in Illinois for rolling back the progress in the state. She recalled politics a number of decades ago when Republicans and Democrats could work together despite their disagreements. She vowed to be a president who stood up for what was right, but work with Republicans to get things done. She also spoke about a number of platform topics including heath care and gun control. A video from her speech is below.
News Source: The Chicago Tribune