Yesterday, Hillary Clinton formally announced her bid for the 2016 Presidential Election via Twitter. The tweet read: “@HillaryClinton: I’m running for president. Everyday Americans need a champion, and I want to be that champion. -H hillaryclinton.com”
In contrast to her 2008 presidential run, this time around, Hillary has taken her campaign’s focus off of herself. In a 2-minute long video announcement regarding her presidential bid, Hillary does not even appear until the 1:35-minute mark. Instead, the video features average Americans experiencing key milestones in their lives: a mother going to work after being a stay-at-home mom, applying for a first job after college graduation, and even two men getting married.
According to Politico.com, Hillary is the first official Democrat to announce her presidential bid, and is not likely to face any real competition until the general election.
After her unsuccessful prior presidential run, Hillary Clinton decided to take a different twist this time. A fresh FaceBook page was launched as part of her campaign, showing personal photographs ranging all the way back to her birth to current family photographs not usually published.
Follow Hillary’s 2016 Presidential Bid campaign on:
Official Website: https://www.hillaryclinton.com