Hillary Clinton Hosts Pre-Caucus Rally at Lincoln High School

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DES MOINES, Iowa -- Ahead of the Iowa caucuses, Hillary Clinton is hoping for a different outcome than in 2008.

Chelsea Clinton and former President Bill Clinton introduced the 2016 Democratic presidential candidate on Sunday night at Lincoln High School in front of about 2,600 of her supporters.

"Of all the people I've ever worked with, she is the single best at making everything she touches better, every person she knows better," Bill Clinton said.

While on stage, Hillary Clinton focused on a number of topics, including the economy, renewable fuels, equal pay for women and fighting for the middle class. She also stressed her overall experience.

"They know I say what I mean, I will do what I say and I know how to stop them," Hillary Clinton said. "I will do whatever it takes to make sure their agenda does not go forward in the future if I have anything to say about it."

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