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Hillary Clinton makes campaign stop in North Omaha

Posted at 6:25 PM, Aug 01, 2016
and last updated 2016-08-01 20:54:58-04

Fresh off the Democratic National Convention, Hillary Clinton made a campaign stop at North High School in Omaha.

Hillary Clinton’s campaign speech in Omaha focused on what she calls her commitment to building an economy that works for everyone. Not just those at the top.

 Hillary Clinton’s campaign speech in Omaha focused on what she calls her commitment to building an economy that works for everyone. Not just those at the top.

 It was a packed house inside the gym at Omaha north high school for the Democratic presidential nominee.

Clinton was introduced by the Oracle of Omaha and Business Billionaire Warren Buffett.

Clinton is hoping to win the second congressional district.. And become just the second democrat to win a Nebraskan electoral vote since 1964.

Current U.S. President Barack Obama did it in the 2008 election.

Clinton  used the word "together" a half dozen times in the first few minutes of her speech at Omaha north.

Later, she claimed the economy is not working for lot of the middle class and she addressed the hot button issues affecting young people - college tuition and student loan debt.