Hilary Clinton celebrated the two-year anniversary of Onward Together on May 9, 2019.
Clinton co-founded this organization with former Vermont Governor Howard Dean a few months after her unsuccessful 2016 presidential bid.
She launched Onward Together from her personal Twitter account. The former Secretary of State transferred $800,000 from her 2016 presidential campaign to Onward Together before announcing the group’s launch in May according to FEC reports.
The vision for this group is “to advance the vision that won nearly 66 million votes” of a “fairer, more inclusive, big-hearted America.”
In her recent tweet, she congratulated the 13 partner groups that make up this coalition, which include Color of Change, Emerge America, and Voto Latino
She specifically celebrated the coalition’s efforts in reuniting families at the Southern border.
We’ve raised money to reunite families separated at the border and brought in $12 million for progressive groups, candidates, & committees during the 2018 elections. There’s so much to be proud of. I hope you’ll take a moment this week to reflect on how far we’ve come together.
Since her loss, Clinton has worked outside of public office to advance the conventional Democratic Party planks of expansive government and identity politics. One of the Democrats’ key issues has been mass migration, which Democrats like Robert “Beto” O’Rourke have publicly supported despite the negative consequences these policies have brought about in other places in the world.
With her political career pretty much over, Clinton will continue working behind the scenes to advance her party’s agenda.
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