The day before the election, the polls remain too close for comfort. Make sure you know your nearest polling location tomorrow, and bring a friend to go vote with you. If they’re still unconvinced to support Hillary at this point, we have one more reason for them — and it’s a big one.
We at Entrepreneurs for Hillary wanted to end our Five Days, Five Reasons countdown with the issue that matters most to American voters: the economy.
Reason #1 – The Economy
The difference between the two candidates’ visions for America’s economy couldn’t be more clear. Who will we trust to secure American jobs and maintain our standing as an international economic superpower? A man whose companies have declared bankruptcy six times? Or a woman who voted against the Bush tax cuts twice, secured $20 billion for New York’s first responders in the wake of the 9/11 attacks, and whose economic plan is backed by analysts and experts across the aisle?
As president, Hillary has a five-point plan to meet the complex challenges facing America’s economy:
- A 100-days jobs plan: Break through Washington gridlock to make the boldest investment in good-paying jobs since World War II. Hillary will pass a plan in her first 100 days to invest in infrastructure, manufacturing, technology, clean energy, and small businesses.
- Make debt-free college available to all Americans. Hillary will also provide relief for Americans with existing debt by allowing them to refinance their student loans.
- Rewrite the rules so that more companies share profits with employees—and fewer ship profits and jobs overseas. She plans to also raise the minimum wage to a living wage.
- Make certain that corporations, the wealthy, and Wall Street pay their fair share. Hillary will avoid adding to the national debt by ensuring the wealthiest Americans and the biggest corporations pay their fair share.
- Enact policies that meet the challenges families face in the 21st-century economy. She will fight for equal pay and guarantee paid leave — two changes that are long overdue. Her plan provides relief from the rising costs of necessities like child care and housing, while taking steps to provide Americans with greater retirement and health care security.
When it comes to the two candidates’ plans for our economy, there’s really no choice at all. Trump’s record of evading federal taxes, outsourcing American jobs overseas, and refusing to pay his workers shows where his true priorities lie: with his own greed.
Tomorrow, let’s elect a president we can be proud of. Someone who has America’s best interests at heart, and a plan to keep our economy growing strong. Let’s elect Hillary Clinton!