On the eve of the South Carolina primary, Hillary Clinton attended a number of events, but she started off the day in neighboring Georgia for a Early Voting Event in Atlanta. During the event, Clinton spoke about a number of key platform points including voting rights. She encouraged Georgia voters to participate in Tuesday’s primary and take advantage of early voting if they are unable to head to the polls on Tuesday. The early voting period in Georgia ends today. A full video of Clinton’s speech is below.
Back in South Carolina, Clinton hosted a Breaking Down Barriers rally in Orangeburg. Speaking at South Carolina State University, Clinton focused on racial inequality and how to improve the justice system and eradicate systemic racism. She also spoke about the successes of President Barack Obama and how she plans to improve upon his major accomplishments, including heath care. A full video of Clinton’s rally in Orangeburg is available on C-SPAN.
Hillary wrapped up the day at a Get Out the Vote event in Columbia where she was joined by Bill and Chelsea. When Clinton took the stage, she spoke about the importance of continuing the progress of the last eight years and building upon the successes of the Obama administration. She asked voters to support her in tomorrow’s primary saying, “The South Carolina primary is personally important to me because I want to send a strong signal that South Carolina is ready for change, ready for progress, ready to make a difference.” A video from the event will be posted when/if available.