The Hillary Clinton campaign strategy of highlighting young girl supporters is not new, but it doesn't seem to get old.

12-Year-Old Olivia: Hillary Clinton's Newest Recruit

The online ad "Olivia," designed to recruit campaign volunteers, features a 12-year old who immediately grabs the viewer's attention by reading her letter to Hillary Clinton: "My name is Olivia. I'm a little feminist growing up to help all women with equal rights." The ad shows her words in chalk-like writing on the screen as we watch her write the letter in her living room.

Olivia is a political consultant's dream, encapsulating a wide swath of demographics. "I have two dads. I go to a school for kids with learning disabilities. I wish that there were more public schools that can help kids with dyslexia like me."

"I hope you can be the first woman president of the whole United States" she writes, "I would be completely willing to help you out after school. I bet I would be the youngest member of your campaign."

Her offer is accepted.

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We see her and one of her dads in a New York City taxi cab, going over the East River and arriving at Hillary's Brooklyn headquarters. She is introduced to others working the phones, and Olivia quickly gets to work. "Is this Jasmine?" she asks, "Hi my name is Olivia, and I'm a volunteer with Hillary Clinton's campaign."

She gets a high-five from the phone-bank coordinator and a pin with the campaign's ubiquitous "H" logo, before the ad makes its final pitch to "Join Olivia's team" and become a volunteer.

With Bernie Sanders running on economic discontent, and leading Republicans whipping up anti-immigrant sentiment, Hillary Clinton has the cuteness primary all to herself.

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