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Sunday, June 7, 2015
Clinton Traces a Friendly Path, Troubling Her Party
Hillary Rodham Clinton in Columbia, S.C., last month. If she is nominated, she does not plan to campaign much in red states.
Doug Mills/The New York Times
By JONATHAN MARTIN and MAGGIE HABERMAN
Hillary Rodham Clinton appears to be dispensing with the nationwide electoral strategy that won her husband two terms in the White House, opting instead to retrace Barack Obama’s narrower path.
As G.O.P. Courts Iowa, Party Debates Relevance of State
Rafael Martinez Alequin
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