Sen. Hillary Clinton on women's issues

February 4, 2008 7:39:20 PM PST
Hillary talks about some of the political issues facing you, your mother, your daughter and your girlfriends. Spencer and Janelle bring your questions to the candidate.

The View from the Bay sat down with the presidential candidate on Friday in her only Bay Area TV interview and asked her about issues that are important to voters, including healthcare, education and your family's future.

Hillary Clinton holds a town hall meeting to answer your questions. It's called "Voices Across America: A National Town Hall." Below you'll find the links to watch it online or on the Hallmark channel.

On Monday February 4, 2008, the Clinton campaign will host an unprecedented live webcast town hall with 21 Super Tuesday states participating simultaneously in the conversation by satellite. It will be the first time in presidential campaign history that voters in the Super Tuesday states can have their voices heard in a single national town hall. The event, called "Voices Across America: A National Town Hall" will be simulcast starting at 9 PM, EST (6 PM Pacific Time) on (See below for links)

Check back here at 6 PM, Pacific Time.
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And on the Hallmark channel: 66
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"On Super Tuesday, millions of Americans will have an opportunity to have their voices heard in this important election," said Hillary Clinton. "This national town hall will allow all voters to participate in the conversation that I began with the American public a year ago and discuss the issues that matter to them so they can be fully informed when they cast their ballot the following day. From a faltering economy to the many challenges we face abroad, Americans are ready for a president who will deliver the real solutions we need."

The 22 cities where the campaign will host events are Birmingham, AL; Phoenix, AZ; Little Rock, AR; Los Angeles, CA; San Francisco, CA; Denver, CO; Hartford, CT; Wilmington, DE; Athens, GA; Boise, ID; Chicago, IL; Wichita, KS; Boston, MA; St. Paul, MN; Kansas City, MO; Cherry Hill, NJ; Albuquerque, NM; New York, NY; Grand Forks, ND; Tulsa, OK; Knoxville, TN; Salt Lake City, UT.

Hillary Clinton will anchor the town hall in New York, while President Bill Clinton, Chelsea Clinton, and national and local surrogates will serve as hosts at events in the other states. Voters attending the events will be able to ask questions from these satellite events directly to Hillary Clinton in New York. In addition, Clinton will take questions submitted by voters online at