Hillary Clinton Writes 8 Year Old Student Who Lost Class President Race

Grandma Death is at it again, this time trying to influence the hearts and minds of today’s youth. 

Clinton sent a letter to Martha Kennedy Morales, a third grade student at Friends Community School, a private Quaker school in Maryland. 

As part of the curriculum on U.S. Government elections, the class held elections for class President. Morales was hoping to win the job. However she didn’t win. 

Her opponent was a 4th grader, a boy. A second vote was required after six ballots were filled out incorrectly and not deemed valid. In the second election, Morales lost by one vote. 

Morales Dad got involved during the campaign, and even started writing updates on his Facebook account. News of this started traveling into the top circles of Democrats. 

Someone in Clinton’s inner circles told her about Morales and the narrow defeat. Clinton decided to send Morales a letter, telling her she knows what it’s like to run in a contest among boys. 

“While I know you may have been disappointed that you did not win President, I am so proud of you for deciding to run in the first place. As I know too well, it’s not easy when you stand up and put yourself in contention for a role that’s only been sought by boys,” she wrote in her letter, dated Dec. 6. “The most important thing is that you fought for what you believed in, and that is always worth it.”

“My mom was just picking me up from school, and she pulled the letter out of her purse,” Morales explained. “I opened it up, and it was a letter from Hillary Clinton. I was very surprised.”

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