The First Woman President Of The United States

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Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton vs. Condoleeza Rice

     I believe that Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton has the better chance of becoming the first woman president of the United States. She is a former First Lady and has had input in the decisions of the Clinton Administration. She worked hand in hand with former President Bill Clinton. She is very smart, a firm believer in her causes such as, helping everyday people, the underprivileged and minorities, etc. Hillary is very outspoken and her voice is heard. She has always believed in advancing the cause civil rights. (Listening to the Media)
Hillary Clinton became a resident of New York and ran for and won a seat in the Senate in November 2000. She is the first First Lady elected to the United States Senate and the first woman elected statewide in New York. Her strong negatives were up to 46 percent during her race for senator and she won. Now because of her performance in office, her negatives are down in the mid-30’s. Another supporting factor is that she has run for public office and the people elected her. (Article in, The Washington Times)
She is very popular and liked. For the first six years of former President Bill Clinton’s eight years in office she was first on the top ten’s list of most admired women. Her active role began in 1993 when the President asked her to chair the Task Force on National Health Care Reform. She continued to be lead and be the supporter for expanding health insurance coverage. As First Lady, her public involvement with many activities sometimes led to debate. She won many admirers for her faithful support for women around the world and her commitment to children’s issues. Those that know her really feel good about her. Her issues are something the public really cares about. People admire her public service. (Article in, USA TODAY)
Born in Chicago, Illinois on October 26, 1947, she is the daughter of Dorothy Rodham and the late Hugh Rodham. She grew up in Park Ridge, Illinois and attended public school there. She attended Wellesley College and graduated from Yale Law School in 1973. Hillary is married to former President Bill Clinton and they have one daughter, Chelsea. (Biography of Hillary Clinton from, The White House)
Hillary has the experience and respect to become the first woman president of the United States. She was a strong...

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