Sanders and Clinton discuss an issue at the PBS NewsHour Democratic presidential candidates debate in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
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Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders were reaching out to the key black and Latino vote Friday after a debate that marked a campaign shift toward states with more minority voters.Clinton, who has cast herself as the rightful heir to Obama's legacy, accused Sanders of diminishing the president's record.Sanders responded by noting that Clinton ran against Obama in the 2008 presidential race.Long viewed as the overwhelming front-runner in the Democratic race, Clinton has been caught off-guard by Sanders' connection with Americans frustrated by the current political and economic systems. Clinton is hoping to offset Sanders' backing from young Americans who like his call for free tuition at public colleges and universities and a plan for a government-run, single-payer health care system.
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