FILE - In this Wednesday, July 13, 2016 file photo, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton high fives a member of the audience as she arrives to speak at the Old State House in Springfield, Ill. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, File)
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Hillary Clinton's campaign is launching a major voter mobilization drive during the Republican National Convention, setting a national goal of getting more than 3 million people to register and commit to vote in the 2016 election.The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee is kicking off the voter drive as Republicans meet in Cleveland to nominate businessman Donald Trump at their national convention.Clinton's voter registration and mobilization project will aim to build upon the turnout machine built by Obama's two winning campaigns. And it also underscores how important it will be for Clinton to activate Obama's coalition of black, Latino, female and young voters to turn out in large numbers amid a negative election environment against Trump.Recent polls have shown large numbers of voters, including independents, expressing wariness of both Clinton and Trump, signaling that the election could pivot largely on the ability of each party to turn out its electoral base.
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