Washington, Nov 4: On the eve of the US presidential poll, Democratic US Senator Hillary Clinton reportedly urged her supporters to 'make history' by voting for Barack Obama, her onetime bitter rival for her party's presidential nomination.
"Tomorrow we have the opportunity to make history. Tomorrow we can elect Barack Obama, Joe Biden and Democrats up and down the ticket. Together, we can begin putting this country on the right track," The News quoted Hillary as saying in a mass e-mail sent to her supporters. Clinton, who lost a bitter battle with Obama for the Democratic party's presidential nomination earlier this year, called on recipients of the email "to come together once again for Barack Obama and Joe Biden.
She said: "Let's spend every hour and every minute doing all we can. Vote, volunteer and work your heart out so that we can turn our country around."
The email was accompanied by a video in which the former first lady and her husband, former U.S. President Bill Clinton, exhort voters, "don't forget to vote. We're counting on you."