About 10,000 people came to see Hillary Clinton speak at Arizona State University Wednesday night. She told Arizona residents that “we have a real chance to turn this state blue again.”

Bill Clinton was the last president to turn Arizona blue and now Hillary may have a chance. Currently, Donald Trump is polling ahead in the Grand Canyon state, but the race is tight.

Hillary urged voters to vote for her by pointing out the way Donald Trump has described and criticized women and minorities. Clinton told voters that he would “pull us apart instead of bring us together.”

It was reported that 15,000 people per fire marshall attended Clinton’s event at ASU. This was one of her largest rallies so far in her campaign.

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