We've been angling to get our grubby little hands on some of the mail that Sen. Hillary Clinton's campaign is sending to New Hampshire Democrats. It's been hard to do in part because the campaign uses consumer modeling to precisely target their mailings. Generally, confirmed supporters of other candidates don't get them.

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The person who received this piece of mail is a middle-aged woman with children and grandchildren. The Clinton campaign identifies her as likely concerned about her grandchildren's future. Hence the bullet points about Clinton's economic positions:

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