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As of tonight, July 26th 2016, Hillary Clinton has made history. She has become the first women to be the nominee of a national party. This comes 8 years since our party made history when we nominated and elected the first African American, Barack Obama.
I have been a vocal opponent of Hillary in the past, and many of my criticisms still stand. That being said, no candiate is perfect. Hillary isn't perfect. Obama isn't perfect. I am not perfect. Come November, we must put our differences aside to ensure 4 more years of progressive.
I am have been a huge supporter of Bernie Sanders since the beginning and to Bernie:
Thank you Bernie. You showed nothing but class by motioning to give your delegates to Sec. Clinton. Your action will bring us all closer together and your fight for party unity is something we haven't seen on the Rep. side at all.
It's been a long year and I have been with you since the start. Your passion and determination ignited a spark in me that has yet to and won't bern out. This past year I have found my absolute passion for politics and law and it's mainly because of you. Your actions and campaign have left a deep impact in myself, thousands of others and the Democratic Party. It encouraged me to pursue my own seat in government as I run for NY State Assembly. While you didn't win the nomination, you accomplished something incredible.
For all of that, I thank you Bernie.
As we move on, I have to push on for expanded civil rights, expanded social programs and an economy that works for all!
That is why, this November I will be happy to cast my first ever vote for Hillary Clinton. Though I have issues with some of ideas and actions, no candidate is perfect and she is the best chance we have at continuing 4 more years of progress.
I urge all of you to make the smart and conscious decision to elect Hillary to the White House this November.