Chelsea Clinton stumps for Hillary in Cleveland

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CLEVELAND-- Chelsea Clinton stopped in Cleveland on Monday in support of her mother's bid for president.

Chelsea spoke at a "Get Out the Vote" organizing event at the Murtis Taylor Community Center on Kinsman Avenue. She was joined by Sen. Sherrod Brown and Rep. Marcia Fudge.

"I think this is the most important presidential election of my lifetime," Clinton said. She said it's because she has a 16-month-old daughter at home and another child on the way. "I feel a different level of responsibility now that I'm a parent."

Hillary Clinton is the democratic front runner, but Bernie Sanders won the New Hampshire primary.

Chelsea Clinton said we need to continue the progress President Barack Obama has made, and her mother has the track record to bridge the gap.

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