Hillary Clinton talks to grassroots supporters in Dallas at Mountain View College on Tuesday.
Hillary Clinton talks to grassroots supporters in Dallas at Mountain View College on Tuesday. Joyce Marshall Star-Telegram
Hillary Clinton talks to grassroots supporters in Dallas at Mountain View College on Tuesday. Joyce Marshall Star-Telegram

Hillary Clinton draws Texas-size crowd in Dallas

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