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Hillary Can Win With a More Rebellious Campaign Strategy

The Huffington Post logo The Huffington Post 26/02/2016 Rana Florida

Hillary has a girl problem. Polls have shown that younger women favor Bernie Sanders over Clinton. And although, no woman in all of U.S. history has ever been president, or even come close, that historical significance isn't enough of a carrot to dangle in front of female voters.
President Obama won the 2008 campaign and made history not only as the first African American to be elected president, but he was also the first presidential candidate to leverage social media as a major campaign strategy with 'hope and change' as his core messaging. Hillary's campaign has been defensive, unoriginal and staid and she herself, although the most qualified candidate for the position comes off as untrustworthy and unlikeable. Saturday Night Live has had a field day mocking her, most recently in a spoof of her singing, "I Can't Make You Love Me."
But this video recently released by California couple Eric Wing and Stacey Sampo called Rebel Girl has gone viral and is getting a lot of attention and may be just the ticket she needs to make her loved.

Rebel Girl --by Eric Wing and Stacey Sampo

Rebel Girl

Posted by Lori White on Friday, February 12, 2016

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