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  • Hillary Clinton answers to voters on Quora
  • Hillary Clinton answers to voters on Quora
    Lorie Shaull (2016) ©
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Hillary Clinton answers to voters on Quora

When it comes to the average citizen's concerns, politicians can seem frustratingly distant and out of touch. Hoping to connect to her public directly, Hillary Clinton will answer questions on popular Q&A site Quora, stepping away from Reddit as a safer space in which to ask questions.

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