Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton relied on an anti-Washington message to appeal to rural voters today in her first venture into the Nevada desert.
Clinton told a group of supporters in Pahrump that she would get rid of no-bid contracts and cronies in Washington that work with the Bush administration.
Clinton spoke to crowd of about 25 hundred people at a roller-skating rink in the historically conservative pocket 60 miles west of Las Vegas.
She stuck largely to her stump speech, promising health care
reform, a pullout of troops from Iraq, more affordable college
loans and scholarships, and tax incentives for renewable energy.
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