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Hillary Rodham Clinton For President: "Mothers Day"

Producer: Clinton Media Team

Hillary Rodham Clinton For President: "Mothers Day"


Running Time: 00:60

Debut Date: 05/11/2008

Ad Buy: statewide in Oregon


Cost: not available

Summary: Chelsea Clinton praises her mom on Mothers Day and says her values would make her a good president.

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Script Of "Mothers Day" (TV)

CHELSEA CLINTON [v/o]: I’d like to tell you about my mom. Yes, she’s running for president, but she’s always done a lot of running.

She’d run straight home from work to ensure we had dinner together every night. She’d run from one softball game to one soccer game to every ballet recital.

Like so many loving and devoted mothers I’ve met across this country, my mom raised me to believe in the values that are most important in life -- self-confidence, kindness, compassion and most of all, the golden rule -- the values, I know, my grandmother passed on to her.

I know it’s my mom’s greatest wish that as president she can help all our children to feel safe, secure and loved, and give every boy and girl the opportunity that she’s given me -- to fulfill their dreams.

I want to wish every mother out there a Happy Mothers Day, and remember, your little girls can be anything they want to be in America when they grow up -- even if it’s to be the second woman president.

Happy Mother’s Day.

HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON [v/o]: I'm Hillary Clinton, and I approve this message.

(Text on screen: Paid For By Hillary Clinton For President)

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