Hillary Clin­ton reminds Tony Awards audi­ence of ‘how impor­tant it is to vote’

Hillary Clinton reminds Tony Awards audience of ‘how important it is to vote’

For­mer sec­re­tary of state and ex-pres­i­den­tial can­di­date Hillary Clin­ton attempt­ed to remind the audi­ence at the 77th Tony Awards that vot­ing con­tin­ues to be impor­tant.
Clin­ton took the stage at the Tony Awards on Sun­day to intro­duce the com­pa­ny of Suffs the musi­cal.
“I have stood on a lot of stages, but this is very spe­cial, and I know a lit­tle bit about how hard it is to make change,” Clin­ton said. “So I’m extreme­ly proud of this orig­i­nal Amer­i­can musi­cal by Shaina Taub.”

Suffs opens in 1913 and chron­i­cles the suf­frag­ists lead­ing a “relent­less pur­suit of the right to vote,” accord­ing to the musical’s web­site.
“Reach­ing across and against gen­er­a­tional, racial, and class divides, these bril­liant, flawed women enter­tain and inspire us with the sto­ry of their hard-won vic­to­ry in an ongo­ing fight,” it said.
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Clin­ton praised the suf­frag­ists for their long and valiant strug …