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On Iowa backroads, Hillary Clinton re-introduces herself

Democratic Presidential hopeful and former US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton has coffee with members of the community at the Tremont Grille in Marshalltown, Iowa on April 15, 2015In small-town Iowa, Hillary Clinton is starting a new chapter. Her sights glued to the White House, she says she wants to engage “everyday Americans,” but she has remained vague about her policy plans. The singular energy of her campaign launch, after months of preparation and expectation, was uncorked a day earlier when the former secretary of state and first lady popped in for coffee in the riverfront town of Le Claire, and held a roundtable at a community college in Monticello. The 67-year-old has kept the wheels of her black road-trip van rolling ever since she announced her new White House bid Sunday, and is spending her first days criss-crossing this crucial state, “talking to the people” on the ground and projecting the image of a populist as she re-introduces herself to voters.

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