Post Endorses Clinton

Hillary-Clinton.jpgWe have good choices for President in the Democratic Primary, both are smart and both would have the interest of minorities and urban areas in their administrations. Either one could defeat the representative of Bush’s party in November.
Hillary Clinton, however, receives our support for her long standing commitment to implement the Dellums Commission agenda which addresses employment and anti-crime measures. Her experience, knowledge and commitment will serve us well. Her success as New York’s senator where she demonstrated an ability to work both sides of the aisle bodes well as to how she could bring us together as a nation. The Post News Group and El Mundo agrees with Assemblymember Sandre Swanson, Councilmembers Ignacio De La Fuente and Jean Quan, Mayors Ron Dellums, Gavin Newsom, Antonio Villaraigosa, and Congresswoman Maxine Waters along with half of the members of the Congressional Black Caucus that Hillary Clinton has the mettle to fight for a green economy, increased educational support, withdrawal from IRAQ, jobs for ex-offenders , foreclosure protection and prosecution of predatory lenders and increased support for urban areas.
On Monday February 4, 2008, the Clinton campaign will host an unprecedented live webcast town hall with 21 Super Tuesday states participating simultaneously in the conversation by satellite. It will be the first time in presidential campaign history that voters in the Super Tuesday states can have their voices heard in a single national town hall. The event, called “Voices Across America: A National Town Hall” will be simulcast starting at 9 p.m. EST on hillaryclinton.com.
We also recommend the following Ballot measures:
Yes–Measure A
Yes-Measure B
Yes-Measure –G
Yes-92
No-93, 94, 95, 96, 97