On the day voters take to the polls for the Wisconsin primary. Hillary Clinton is reminding people what she has done for the people of this state. Hillary Clinton says she helped pave the way for 31,000 children in badgercare by helping start the Children's Health Insurance Program 10-years-ago. She also claims 10,000 National Guard and reserve members in Wisconsin have health care because she reached across party lines and worked with Republican Congressman to make it happen.
The U.S. Senator from New York emphasizes her experience over her rival Barack Obama. She says with all the problems America is facing, the incoming president must have the experience to affect change immediately. If elected, on her first day as president, she plans to consult with her security advisers, the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Secretary of Defense on a plan to begin withdrawing troops within 60 days. Clinton admits leaving Iraq is dangerous and would require caution. However, Clinton is confident that it's possible to have nearly all troops gone within a year, at the rate of one to two brigades a month.
Clinton says as a candidate she is very specific about her policy ideas. She is asking voters in Wisconsin to hold her accountable on her campaign promises.