Marcia Herman

Cofounder of the Women’s Political Committee

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Marcia Herman on KCRW

Hillary Clinton's  looking for a big win tomorrow in  West Virginia,  and she claims she'll have totaled more popular votes than  Barack Obama  by the time it's all over.

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