Hillary Clinton's New Health Care Ad
The day after rolling out her new health care plan, Hillary Clinton is out with a new ad in Iowa and New Hampshire, explaining the basics of her proposals, and suggesting she "changed our way of thinking" when introducing the concept of universal health care back in the 1990s.
The ad smartly ties Clinton's "experience" on the health care issue with her desire to "change" the way the system works -- playing into the continuing debate over which Democratic candidate can provide both "change" and "experience." (More on that here.)
Clinton's talk about health care is being warmly received, if you believe the polls. A new CBS News/New York Times poll shows overwhelming support for Clinton on the issue. Sixty-one percent of likely voters are confident in the Senator's ability to make the right decisions on health care, while 66 percent of all voters -- and 77 percent of Democratic primary voters -- say her experience on the issue will help her reform the system if she's elected president.
-- Ed O'Keefe
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