Hillary Clinton talks to Ruth Mandel, director of the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers University, about politics, American democracy, her career, and the role of women in the political movement at the Rutgers Athletic Center
Staff Video / Bob Karp

PISCATAWAY – Hillary Rodham Clinton had a clear message to voters during a lecture she delivered to Rutgers on Thursday: voting in the midterm elections and more women for political participation ,

Clinton, former Democratic presidential candidate, praised the women's movements in March and March for our national movements, as well as the growing number of women who apply for office as a positive sign that voters are committed and committed

"The biggest challenge we face is maintaining momentum and sustaining the energy I've seen in our country," Clinton told Ruth Mandel, director of Rutgers Eagleton Institute of Politics. Mandel held the one-and-a-half-hour chat with the former US Secretary of State, an event that drew 5,100 people to the Louis Brown Rutgers Athletic Center.

The University paid Clinton $ 25,000 for her appearance from an endowment fund (19659010) Autoplay

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