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Hillary and Bill Clinton attended a dinner last night honoring Nancy Pelosi. According to this article, the dinner was held at the Italian Embassy, and Tony Bennett was there to serenade his pal with his classic tribute to San Francisco.

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Thank you for your inspiring words and deeds, Hillary! Wishing you a happy and bright New Year and success in everything you do. We are still with you! Love you!

 

 

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It is a Clinton Christmas tradition. Hillary took Chelsea to see The Nutcracker when she was a little girl. Later Chelsea performed in the ballet. Now it is Charlotte’s turn!

A Christmas tradition! Hillary Clinton takes her ballet-loving daughter Chelsea and granddaughter Charlotte to see The Nutcracker in New York City

  • Hillary, 71, and Chelsea, 38, took four-year-old Charlotte to the Christmas ballet at Lincoln Center on December 26

  • The trio snuck in through a side entrance for the matinee performance

  • Chelsea is a longtime ballet fan and even danced in a few productions of The Nutcracker as a teen  

  • She has signed Charlotte up for class and said, ‘Nothing would make me more grateful if she were to grow up and share my love of ballet’ 

Christmas in New York! Chelsea, 38, held her daughter's hand as they walked to the theater in New York City

Christmas in New York! Chelsea, 38, held her daughter’s hand as they walked to the theater in New York City

The Clinton girls enjoyed a holiday tradition on Wednesday as Hillary, Chelsea, and little Charlotte took in a performance of The Nutcracker in New York City.

The trio was spotted at Lincoln Center on December 26, dressed up to enjoy a matinee showing of the Christmas ballet.

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Wishing the Clinton family a warm and wonderful Christmas. Merry Christmas, also, to all members of the Still4Hill community.

Here are some images of Christmases past.

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Our partner organizations are the heart of Onward Together. When we ask you to make a donation, it’s to support the work that these and other groups are doing to protect our democracy. In the 2018 cycle, we were able to give more than $2.5 million in funding and grants to organizations fighting to make our country a better place. We also helped to raise more than $12 million for progressive groups, candidates, and committees in 2018 — that’s no small feat.

As we finalize our plans for what Onward Together will take on in 2019 and beyond, we asked our partner organizations to share what they were able to accomplish in 2018 with Onward Together’s support. I was blown away by what they told me, and I thought you would be too.

In order to support these amazing partners and continue the search for groups working on solving the problems that we face, Onward Together is setting a goal: to raise $60,000 by the end of the year. Will you make a contribution toward this goal and renew your membership in Onward Together for 2019?

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I’m asking you today to make sure that we don’t slow down in 2019 — the fight for a fairer, more compassionate country isn’t over. Read the report back from our partners, and then make a contribution.

  • Nine Indivisible-endorsed candidates won — including Antonio Delgado in NY-19, Tom Malinowski in NJ-07, and Harley Rouda in CA-48, all of whom helped flip the House. Overall, the margin in their endorsed races swung 8 points to the left. Among races rated “Solid R”, that swing was 15 points.
  • Over the 2017-2018 Cycle, Collective PAC helped elect over 54 African Americans to local, state and federal offices, trained over 300 operatives and staff through the Black Campaign School, and engaged over 1.5 million black voters.
  • Three candidates that iVote supported for Secretary of State won — all pickups, all young women, all Democrats. And they were able to raise and invest $7 million in Secretary of State races — their most ever.
  • Color Of Change PAC’s #VotingWhileBlack program reached more than 5 million voters, and now African-Americans have a new cohort of officeholders at both the local and state level.
  • Voto Latino registered thousands of voters through online digital ads and targeting, peer-to-peer outreach through our local chapters, and national partner engagement. In states like Texas, where Voto Latino has invested and had a program since 2010 and in the 2018 primaries, the state surpassed its total early votes cast in 2014 by 149%.
  • Arena supported 54 candidates in the 2018 election cycle, and all but two won their primary and proceeded to the general election. On November 6th, 27 of their 52 candidates on the ballot won their election. Their 2018 New York candidates went 7 for 9 — ensuring Democrats defeated the IDC, took back the N.Y. State Senate, and won a majority in the U.S. House.
  • In less than two years, Run for Something has recruited 28,000 young diverse progressives who want to run for office — and elected more than 200 of them to local office in 40 states. In 2018, their candidates were 3 of the 12 Texas House pick-ups and 3 of the 11 Florida House pick-ups. In fact, 10% of all flipped state legislative seats were won by RFS candidates.
  • In 2018, Latino Victory Fund increased their endorsed candidates 500% over the previous year. Of their 58 candidates, 43 candidates won, bringing their 2018 win rate to a whopping 74%. Not only that, but the number of Democratic Latina members of Congress nearly doubled.
  • For many campaigns, Swing Left was the wave. On average, for their top 15 campaigns, Swing Left drove more than 50% of their canvassing shifts. More than 60,000 volunteers knocked an estimated 5 million doors and made 2.5 million phone calls.
  • Five Emerge alumni are headed to Congress, and 145 were elected to state legislatures. Emerge alums also helped put an end to the Republican supermajorities in the Michigan and Pennsylvania Senates.
  • There was a ten-point increase in youth turnout from 2014 to 2018, due in part to the hard work done by the Alliance for Youth Action. More than 30% of young people voted in 2018! In Chicago, young people outperformed all other generations on Election Day for the first time ever, and in Milwaukee, 35% of young people showed up and booted Scott Walker out of office.

It’s because of you that we were able to fund and prop up this work. I’m so proud to work alongside these smart, passionate partners — and I hope you’ll agree that investing in their work is one of the most important things we can do right now.

Before the year ends, make a donation to support the next generation of Onward Together partners.

Thank you — and onward!

Hillary

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