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Chelsea Clinton visits Seneca Falls (video)

The National Women’s Hall of Fame in Seneca Falls was packed with supporters, the media, and even a protester – as Chelsea Clinton took a brief tour – before speaking to the media at the Women’s Rights National Historic Park. Hillary Clinton holds a 15-point advantage in the latest polling from Emerson College, which looks at the upcoming Bernie Sanders v. Hillary Clinton New York Presidential Primary matchup. Seneca Falls was one of the last stops for Chelsea before New Yorkers will cast their vote on Tuesday. Both Chelsea and Bill Clinton have been campaigning throughout the state over the last seven days, ahead of this ever-important primary. In her remarks to the media, Chelsea described her mother as someone who can “get things done.” For both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, New York is a crucial primary win that both candidates are hungry for.Chelsea touted her mother as being one of the only candidates in the field who has told voters how she’ll pay for her plans. She continued, explaining that when it comes to taxes – her mother is the only candidate that doesn’t include raising middle class taxes.When asked about the notion of a President Hillary Clinton building her presidential library here in Seneca Falls – daughter Chelsea noted that she would pass along the question to her mother. Elaborating on that point, she explained that none involved are taking “anything for granted” as they move through the primary process. Check out all of her remarks to the media in the video below.

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