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Clinton on AIDS

One of the last candidates asked to answer the question about the problem of HIV in the black community, Sen. Clinton just had a nice moment.

She said that if AIDS was the leading cause of death among white women aged 25-54, there would be considerably more time and talk devoted to the issue. A standing ovation -- composed mostly of women -- followed. Clinton has made no secret that she is actively courting women across the country, a sound strategy given that she leads Obama by a two to one margin among women in the Post's most recent national survey. "I am working on this," Clinton pledged.

-- Chris Cillizza

By Eric Pianin  |  June 28, 2007; 10:02 PM ET
 
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