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  1. Original presentation by theHillary Clinton campaign

  2. Revision of presentation that nobody asked us to undertake

  3. Winning the Tough Districts How Hillary Clinton can help build a bigger Democratic majority Press <Space> or <Right> to advance

  4. “We must fight for those seats!” • In 2006, the Democrats retook Congress by picking up 31 new seats. • Twenty of those freshman Democrats are in Republican-leaning districts that voted for President Bush in 2004. • These freshmen need a nominee who can compete in their tough districts. Press <Space> or <Right> to advance

  5. District • Member • District • Member • AZ (5) • Mitchell • NH (1) • Porter • AZ (8) • Giffords • NY (19) • Hall • CA (11) • McNerney • NY (20) • Gillibrand • FL (16) • Mahoney • NY (24) • Arcuri • IN (2) • Donnelly • OH (18) • Space • IN (8) • Ellsworth • PA (10) • Carney • IN (9) • Hill • PA (4) • Altmire • KS (2) • Boyda • TX (22) • Lampson • MN (1) • Walz • TX (23) • Rodriguez • NC (11) • Shuler • WI (8) • Kagen “We must fight for those seats!” • In those 20 districts, Hillary haswon 16, most by large margins... Press <Space> or <Right> to advance

  6. Fighting for seniors • Most of the contested districts have more than the national average of senior voters. • Nationally, Hillary has won the senior vote by a 24-point margin. Clinton 58% Obama 34% Press <Space> or <Right> to advance

  7. It all adds up... • Hillary is the • candidate who will • win in the tightly • contested districts • that will likely spell • the difference in the • general election. Press <Space> or <Right> to end this slide show; <Home> to repeat

  8. Side by side comparisons