Clinton officially elected U.S. presidential candidate from Democrats
Former Secretary of State wins election at the party’s convention
Hillary Clinton has been officially elected as U.S. presidential candidate. During the Democratic party’s convention that took place in Philadelphia, PA, the ex-Secretary of State was approved for the next stage of the presidential race in the USA.
Clinton became the first woman to be delegated to the White House by one of the U.S. major political forces.
The presidential election in the U.S. is slated for November 8, 2016. Hillary Clinton will stand against the Republican candidate Donald Trump.
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