NY Fil-Ams celebrate Hillary’s historic primary victory

BROOKLYN, N.Y. – Hillary Clinton acknowledged her history-making accomplishment as the first woman to claim the presidential nomination of a major U.S. political party. Filipino Americans who pushed for her throughout the contentious primary season joined her in New York to celebrate her victory.


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  • Ramon
    9 June 2016 at 10:34 am - Reply


  • Mario
    9 June 2016 at 2:51 pm - Reply

    In 2008 Hillary received 17,493,836 primary votes. This year HC received 1,594,720 FEWER primary votes than in 2008 and she lost in 2008. More than 35,029,294 votes cast in the 2008 Democrat primary, so Dems LOST nearly 7 MILLION primary votes this year compared to 2008. This is bad, bad news for the Democrat party, you need illegal alien to vote..Obama won by 4 Million votes against Romney…Sanders voters will vote for Trump..

  • Santiago Del Mundo
    10 June 2016 at 7:12 am - Reply

    The problem with Filipino (Fil-Ams or whatever Divider) voters is that they are very shallow in their reasoning when it comes to voting. For example, Balitang America (BA) covers a group of Filipinos led by Loida Nicholas Lewis in New York. She endorses or sympathized Clinton to be the next president? But on the same token, BA cover Trump rally being attacked by Hillary or Sander supporters….then the issue of racist, anti-this and that comes out not really looking at that the real causes of problems are brought by Hillary or Sanders..?