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Clinton looks to make gains in red states

Hillary Clinton's increasingly confident campaign is pouring resources into red states previously considered to be a longshot at best for a Democrat presidential candidate. On a call with reporters Monday morning, campaign manager Robby Mook announced the campaign would spend an additional $2 million in a bid to win Arizona, "dramatically" expanding television, direct mail and digital advertising in an effort that, if successful, "would foreclose a path for Donald Trump to win the White House.
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