In her ongoing bid to become the first female U.S. president, Hillary Clinton’s campaign released a new video titled “History Made,” just hours before polls closed for the final Super Tuesday primary elections.
The mostly black and white video features clips of prominent events in history for women’s liberation and empowerment — such as the suffragette movement — set to audio clips of Clinton’s speeches.
“Let’s learn from the wisdom of every mother and father who teaches their daughters there is no limit on how big she can dream and how she can achieve,” Clinton’s voice can be heard saying over video clips of young Clinton supporters.
“Women and men, young and old, Latino and Asian, African-American and Caucasian, rich, poor and middle class, gay and straight, you have stood with me,” she continues.
“And I will continue to stand strong with you, every time, every place and every way that I can. The dreams we share are worth fighting for and I want to build an America that respects and embraces the potential of every last one of us.”
The video came out shortly after the Associated Press called Clinton the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee on Monday, much to the anger of the Bernie Sanders campaign.
It was also released ahead of her speech Tuesday night in Brooklyn, New York.