Obviously she voted for herself. After this election, she probably will never utter Trump’s name again.
A clearly touched Hillary Clinton arrived at her Chappaqua, New York polling place this morning, with husband, former President Bill Clinton, at her side and expressed gratitude when being embraced and applauded by follow voters.
‘It is the most humbling feeling,’ Clinton said of casting a vote for herself in the election at the Douglas G. Grafflin Elementary School. ‘Because I know how much responsibility goes with this and so many people are counting on the outcome of this election, what it means for our country and I will do the very best I can if I’m fortunate enough to win today.’
If Clinton wins tonight against rival Donald Trump, she’ll make history as the first female president of the United States.
Yesterday, in a mad dash to the finish, Clinton appeared alongside President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama on the mall of Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, bringing along Bruce Springseen and Jon Bon Jovi to attract a crowd of 33,000 people, with several more scattered through the various parks outside the security perimeter.
She then zipped to North Carolina one final time for a midnight rally in Raleigh. Bon Jovi appeared here too and sang a duet with a last-minute add, pop star Lady Gaga.
The former secretary of state didn’t get back to the Westchester, New York airport until 3:22 a.m., where hundreds of supporters were gathered to greet her plane.
Bon Jovi – who traveled with the Clinton campaign on Hill Force One – even said hello.