While the front page of the Oregonian headlined Obama’s 75,000 rally at Portland’s Waterfront Park there was surprise on page B3.
The full page ad showing Hillary in the rain. The ad ends with a big bold line “We want Hillary to stay in this race until every vote is cast, every vote is counted, and we know that our voices are heard”.
The ad was paid by the WomenCount PAC.
Here is similiar wording from the same type of ad that ran in USA today.
Not So Fast”¦
Hillary’s Voice is OUR Voice,
And She’s Speaking for All of Us
We are the women of this nation. We are rich and poor, young and old, married with kids, married without kids, single moms, gay, straight, and widowed. We are every color. We are of every religion. We are from all political parties.
We love our country. Now more than ever, so much of what we cherish is at risk — our homes and our health, our safety and our planet, our children and our values. We raise our voices, in one glorious, defiant chorus, to tell the world that these times demand strength, courage and vision.
And that is why we stand united in our unwavering support for Hillary Clinton.
As Senator Clinton campaigns, she speaks with our voice. She carries our hopes, dreams and aspirations with her and transforms them into policies that can make our nation great again.
We know that Hillary will not rest until every American has health insurance, every child can start school ready to learn, every young person has a chance to attend college, every worker will have a safe job at decent wages. She will not rest until our men and women in the military receive the care they deserve and America foreign policy is grounded in human rights and military strength.
We know this because we have seen her do this — at home and around the world.
We cannot stand by as a cacophony of voices demand that she step aside to smooth the road for another.
Women risked all they held dear to make this country great. They put their lives on the line in all our quests for justice — from Abigail Adams to Sojourner Truth to Susan B. Anthony to Eleanor Roosevelt to Fannie Lou Hamer to Barbara Jordan to Dolores Huerta to Hillary herself.
We know that when women vote, Democrats win. Now it is the responsibility of our party to hear our voices and count all our votes.
We want Hillary to stay in this race until every vote is cast, every vote is counted, and we are convinced our voices are heard.