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Because we all need a good laugh tonight.  Tomorrow could be brutal, so make sure you implore those around you to vote if they have not already.

Hillary will be celebrated along with Tony Bennett and Robert De Niro at the 2014 Ripple of Hope Awards dinner.   The Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights will hold the event at the New York Hilton on December 16.

Congratulations, Mme. Secretary, on this well-deserved honor!

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President Clinton attended the memorial for longtime Boston Mayor Thomas Menino at Faneuil Hall today.  We see him with Menino’s daughter Susan and his widow, Angela as they depart for the funeral Mass at Most Precious Blood Church in Hyde Park, where Menino was baptized and served as an altar boy.

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Secretary Clinton, meanwhile,  attended the private funeral for longtime family friend, designer Oscar de la Renta,  which was held at the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola in Manhattan.

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Hillary Clinton stepped into the mid-term arena in early September via fundraisers, one at her D.C. home and another in New York for a list of local candidates.  September 30 events were canceled due to the birth of her first grandchild, Charlotte.  These included fundraisers in D.C.,  one for Maryland gubernatorial candidate Anthony Brown and another for New Hampshire state Senator Lou D’Allesandro.  She was in Maryland on Thursday for Brown.  Today, her final official day on the stump, she visited New Hampshire where D’Allesandro caught up with her and presented her with a baby blanket for Charlotte.

Her rounds began at a rally for Senator Jeanne Shaheen and Governor Maggie Hassan in Nashua.  The three then surprised diners at a popular restaurant, The Puritan Backroom in Manchester, where they had lunch.   Finally they headed to Dover where they stopped at The Farm Bar and Grill.

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The slogan is, of course, a play on the French pronunciation of the {-eau}+{-x} suffix normally attached to plural nouns and the adjectives that must agree with them in gender and number and is pronounced /o/.

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Hillary hopped from her Kentucky rally for Alison Lundergan Grimes to NOLA for the event, billed alternately as  “Women with Mary” and “Moms and Grams with Mary.”   A fair share of men also turned out to see the newly-minted “gram.”   Bryan Cranston and Louis CK were spotted outside the venue.  Hillary reunited with her former Senate colleague at a rally at the Sugar Mill in New Orleans and spoke of Landrieu’s post-Katrina advocacy for her constituents. Landrieu hopes to retain her Senate seat and help maintain the Democratic majority in the Senate.

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The Clintons have been energetic supporters of Alison’s campaign.  To put the dot on the ‘i’ Hillary returned to Kentucky today.   Two weeks after her last visit and four days before the mid-term election, Hillary joined Alison and Governor Steve Beshear at the Northern Kentucky University rally in Highland Heights.  Grimes hopes to unseat Mitch McConnell and win an important Senate seat for the Democrats.

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The pretty lady on the left in the banner above is my friend Ronni Diamondstein who writes for WAG Magazine.  Ronni was kind enough to share this article from WAG with me, and I thought some of you might enjoy it too.  There is a great slideshow, too!

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Synergy is a word that comes to mind when I think of Hillary and Bill Clinton. They are a formidable team. Both with impressive resumés of years of service, most recently, the tireless work they do for The Clinton Foundation and its many worldwide initiatives. Both have had many titles, too, but no doubt one that brings them much pleasure is their latest, “grandparent.” However, there is one title that those of us in Chappaqua are quite fond of: neighbor.

Fifteen years ago this month the Clintons made Chappaqua their home. Over the years they have become part of the fabric of the community and I have had the pleasure to talk to them and observe them around town.

Read more >>>>

 

Thank you, Ronni!

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