Remarks alongside Alicia Machado in Dade City, FL
"He doesn’t look at us and see full human beings, with our dreams and purposes, our own capabilities. And he has shown us that clearly throughout this campaign. Well, he’s very wrong."
Remarks in Cincinnati on gun control and national security
“So I have stood up to the gun lobby for years, which is why they are running all of these ads against me. And I will stand up to them as president."
Tim Kaine's remarks in Detroit, Michigan on eliminating poverty
"When Hillary and I talk about creating an economy that works for everybody, we really do mean everyone. And that includes Americans living near or below the poverty line."
Remarks alongside Al Gore in Miami on Climate Change
"Our next president will either step up our efforts to address climate change, to protect our planet, to protect our health, and to create good jobs that cannot be outsourced by growing our clean energy economy. Or in the alternative, we will be dragged backwards and our whole future will be put at risk."
Remarks in Charlotte, North Carolina on Reforming Criminal Justice and Providing Equal Opportunity
"I worry about the safety and security of my grandchildren, but my worries are not the same as black grandmothers. They have different, and deeper fears about the world that their grandchildren face."
Remarks in Florida on a renewed commitment to national service
"We all can make our mark on the world. And when we come together in common purpose, we can do so much more than we could ever do on our own."
Remarks in Orlando on protecting the rights of people with disabilities
"Together, we will make our economy and our country more welcoming to people with disabilities, because we all win when everyone gets to share in the American dream."
Remarks in Philadelphia
"I can’t promise you’ll agree with me all the time. But I can promise you this: No one will work harder to make your life better. I’ll never stop, no matter how tough it gets. And I’m determined to do a better job explaining the values that drive me and my vision for the future. Because that’s what you deserve from anyone running for President."
Remarks at the Congressional Black Caucus Dinner in Washington, D.C.
"It comes down to who will fight for the forgotten, who will invest in our children, and who will really have your back in the White House."
Remarks on Trump's bigotry at the Black Women's Agenda Symposium
"For five years, Trump has led the birther movement to de-legitimize our first black president. His campaign was founded on this outrageous lie. There is no erasing it in history."