## She Really Did

She really did win the Iowa caucus.

She really did win the Nevada caucus.

She really did endorse Barack Obama in 2008 despite having more votes.

She really did give paid speeches as a private citizen to a number of organizations.

She really did give millions of dollars from those speeches to charity.

She really did have the Clinton Foundation receive an 'A' charity rating.

She really did advocate for a $15 minimum wage in New York.

She really did vote with her opponent 93% of the time in the Senate.

She really did win New York.

She really did win Kentucky.

She really did everything she could to protect those four brave Americans in Benghazi.

She really did everything that was asked of her in regard to her emails.

She really did grieve when Vince Foster took his own life.

She really did submit 23 years of full tax returns.

She really did fulfill all DNC debate requirements.

She really did carefully consider her vote on the Iraq War.

She really did learn from her mistake on her vote on the Iraq War.

She really did receive a rejection letter from NASA.

She really did give a historic and off-the-cuff graduation speech at Wellesley.

She really did win Arizona.

She really did win Missouri.

She really did effectively clinch the nomination on March 1st.

She really did have bigger delegates leads than Barack Obama had over her in 2008.

She really did become the first female law partner at the Rose Law Firm.

She really did advocate for workers and women while on the board of Wal-Mart.

She really did win Massachusetts.

She really did win South Dakota.

She really did raise millions of dollars for down-ballot Democratic candidates.

She really did have a long-standing habit of carrying hot sauce in her purse.

She really did advocate for women's rights around the globe.

She really did secure $21 billion in federal aid to help New York recover after 9/11.

She really did sponsor the DREAM act in the United States Senate in 2003.

She really did support Gavin Newsom when he issued marriage licenses in 2004.

She really did spend less money and win more states than her opponent.

She really did run a positive, issues-based primary campaign devoid of attack ads.

She really did reenergize the Obama coalition.

She really did win all but one state where the Black vote was more than 10% of the population.

She really did win all but one state where the Latino vote was more than 10% of the population.

She really did have millions of enthusiastic people behind her.

She really did earn and maintain the support of hundreds of superdelegates.

She really did have an army of volunteers, willing to help her clinch the nomination.

She really did send out multiple thank you's to those volunteers.

She really did take time to congratulate her opponent on the night that was all about her.

She really did inspire a generation of young women to fulfill their dreams.

She really did just become the first female presidential candidate of a major political party.

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