I cast my ballot for you today in Missouri. It was such an emotional moment for me that I found myself in tears as I drove home from my polling place ears of joy to have the opportunity to vote for you not only because you are going to be the first woman president, but because you are the right person for this country. A smooth sea never made a skilled sailor poster. I believe in you and am so proud to watch you become the first woman president of the United States. Nearly one million people have chipped in to support this campaign and help elect Hillary and thousands have told us the stories behind their donations. Here are a few from supporters in the five states that vote today. I’m a millennial who recently graduated with a Master’s degree in Environmental Education and thousands of dollars in student loans. I studied my chosen field (despite the unavoidable debt I would incur) because I care about children and the environment.
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Hillary has proven in decades of public service that she always put others’ needs before her own and I am proud to put my personal needs on hold a bit to support a candidate who has always put important things like children and the environment first. I am a disabled combat veteran who has a special needs teenage son. A smooth sea never made a skilled sailor poster. I joined the military on Sept. 11, 2000. I served two combat tours in active duty and then one stint in Katrina in the National Guard. I fought for my country and love it deeply. I want and think I deserve a commander in chief I would follow back to war and who would have my back.