Hillary for President in 2016


February 13, 2016 by marcyedits

You have seen Hillary in the debates and Town Hall meetings, being quizzed for hours about Benghazi, and watched her work as Secretary of State to turn around America’s reputation abroad. She is smart, calm, sensible, and knowledgeable and has a lifetime of activism.

By Diane Martindale, San Juan Island

I am the San Juan County for Hillary organizer and welcome your help. For those of you who may not know me, I am a life-long feminist, come from a union family-including my grandmother, and have worked here for years in getting out the vote. With the critical help of many of you, we made 15, 663 get out the vote calls in 393 hours in 2012, as an example.

I have work on environmental/coal and oil shipping issues, Peace Health separation of church and state issues and working on reversing the Citizens United decision.

On a personal note, I have waited years to work for the election of the FIRST fully qualified woman for president.

Hillary Clinton has served as Secretary of State, a senator from New York, First Lady of the United States, and has been a practicing lawyer, activist and volunteer since her college days.

In terms of being qualified, she can run circles around any of the Republican candidates.

Screen Shot 2016-02-13 at 2.15.43 PMAbout the other candidates-I will not tear other Democrats for office apart like the Republicans do. I respect our brother and sister Democrats and I believe a diversity of opinions on issues improves the conversation and outreach.

I welcome you to join the campaign AND attend the San Juan County presidential primary precinct caucuses on March 26 to represent YOUR CHOICE. I welcome your call or email, questions and commitments. 360-370-5814   diane.martindale@rockisland.com or go to Facebook http://www.facebook.com/SanJuanCountyforHillary.



One thought on “Hillary for President in 2016

  1. Anji Ringzin says:

    Hi, Voters I have spoken to are not clear that their primary vote does not count, and that only caucuses count. IMHO Caucuses are a good way to turn neighbor against neighbor – especially if you live in a small community like an island! I remember last caucus here on Orcas was a farce. Don’t you wish we could just vote in privacy in a primary?


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