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Candidates Shift Focus to Plans for Their First 100 Days in Office

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    Candidates Shift Focus to Plans for Their First 100 Days in Office
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    Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump.

    In the final days of their Presidential campaigns, Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump have been offering voters their road maps for their first 100 days as president.

    Clinton spent the last week urging supporters to get out and vote to ensure that she can follow through on her promises to make college more affordable and create more jobs.

    The Democratic candidate has been spending a lot of time in Florida, a swing state that is a must-win for Trump.

    The GOP candidate has focused on laying out his “contract with the American voter,” and on the Clinton email server issue. Trump has said, in speeches focused on his first 100 days, that he would repeal Obamacare and sue the women who have accused him of sexual misconduct.

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    (Published Tuesday, June 27, 2017)