Will Bower

Co-Founder, Just Say No Deal

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Co-Founder of Just Say No Deal

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Hillary and the Convention

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In the closest primary race in history,  Hillary Clinton  almost became the first woman presidential nominee of a major American party.

Come for the Clintons, Stay for Obama…Please

In the closest primary race in history, Hillary Clinton almost became the first woman presidential nominee of a major American party.

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