Thomas Fitzgerald reports:
That was over quickly. she's done.
Also big: promises to get rid of the cumbersome federal financial-aid forms for college. Hillary audiences like specifics.
Everywhere she goes, Clinton gets big cheers for mentioning her roots in Scranton, especially her grandfather who went to work at age 11 in the lace mills there. Six days a week!
Ending No Child Left Behind is also huge.
Clinton is talking, giving a version of her basic appeal inside the gymnasium at Wilson High School, home of the Bulldogs.
She's tough, not a Kumbaya leader like that other guy. "The job of a leader is to bring people together to solve problems...but understand, sometimes we have to fight to get the political will and the votes to make that happen."