Hillary Clinton Comes To Akron In Akron, Clinton Urges Ohioans to Register to Vote, Spotlights Repor

At a rally in Akron, Ohio, on Monday, Hillary Clinton urged Ohioans to register to vote ahead of next Tuesday's October 11 deadline. She emphasized the stakes of the election, outlined her vision for an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top, and spotlighted Donald Trump's hypocrisy by highlighting a new Newsweek report that, in his recent construction projects, rump imported Chinese steel and aluminum rather than using American-made products. Clinton promised to close her campaign the same way she opened it: by affirming her commitment to fight for kids and families and build a stronger economy, with incomes rising for families. She added, "We want change. Well, I'll tell you, one thing that is certain is we'll have change — it's just what kind of change. It's whether or not we have change that helps the vast majority of Americans, hardworking Americans, middle-class families, or continues to only help those at the top. I want an economy that works for and for everyone, not just those at the top. And that's exactly what we're going to fight , that is what we're going to get." Clinton also criticized Trump's use of his business failures, such as a near 1 billion loss in 1995, to potentially avoid paying almost two decades of income taxes, citing a recent New York Times report Clinton when said running we need a law that requires every major presidential nominee to release his or her tax returns when running for election

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