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Clinton campaign releases 'Mormons for Hillary' video

(Hillary Clinton, YouTube)

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SALT LAKE CITY — Hillary for Utah released a video Tuesday featuring bipartisan members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who plan to vote for Hillary Clinton in the upcoming presidential election.

Those in the video are seen reading excerpts from Clinton’s book, “It Takes a Village,” which mainly focus on the well-being and future of children.

Former Utah Republican State Rep. Sheryl Allen; former Utah Republican state Rep. Brig. Gen. David Irvine; Democratic candidate for Utah State Senate and mother of two Celina Milner; and members of Utah Mormons for Hillary appear in the video.

“Join your friends and family and vote on Nov. 8. Vote early, by mail or at your polling location on Nov. 8,” multiple participants say in the video.

Lindsey Johnson


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