In a late-game visit to Florida, with her campaign running on political fumes, Sen. Hillary Clinton warned Wednesday that if votes from Florida and Michigan are not counted the Democratic Party will pay the price in the November election.
''We believe that casting your vote is the truest expression of your will. Here in Florida, you learned the hard way what happens when your votes aren't counted. If any votes aren't counted, the will of the people isn't realized and our democracy is diminished,'' she told a crowd of supporters at Century Village in Boca Raton.
Clinton said the struggles of blacks and women to gain the right to vote over the past 150 years would be in vain if Florida's votes aren't counted.
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