In Clinton’s absence at S.C. convention, O’Malley and Sanders stir activists with populist rhetoric.
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It’s part of a broader effort to convince the Democratic front-runner to embrace pillars of Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s progressive agenda.
The former Arkansas governor insisted he had not made a decision yet about running, although he said that "things are progressing along" in his preparations.
She ventured into new territory on campaign finance and regulation, and expressed flexibility on health care.
“We have to be number one again,” Clinton said.
“I just felt like I couldn’t walk away,” the former secretary of state said of her second try for the White House.
“We do have a plan. We have a plan for my plan.“
“We need to fix our dysfunctional political system and get unaccountable money out of it once and for all,” she said.