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SHOTLIST:ABC POOL - AP Clients OnlyFalls Church, Virginia - 19 October 20131. SOUNDBITE: (English) Hillary Clinton, Former Secretary of State"There are times when none of us can sit on the sidelines and right now, here in Virginia is one of those times. I dont have to tell you, I hope, that the whole counry is watching this election. Watching to see whether the voters of Virginia lead the way of turning away from devisive politics, getting back to common sense and common ground."2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Hillary Clinton, Former Secretary of State"Recently in Washington, unfortunately, we have seen examples of the wrong kind of leadership. When politicians chooose scorched Earth over common ground. When they operate in what I call the evidence-free zone (laughter) with ideology trumping everything else, we've seen that families in Virginia and across the country have felt the consequences."3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Hillary Clinton, Former Secretary of State"We cannot let those who do not believe in America's progress hijack this great experiment."STORYLINE:Hillary Rodham Clinton rallied supporters of Virginia Democrat Terry McAuliffe Saturday, pointing to the race as a sign that divisive politics is giving way to "common sense and common ground."In her first public political event since departing the Obama administration, Clinton noted the end of the 16-day partial government shutdown, which affected many Virginians. More than 800,000 government workers were furloughed while Democrats and Republicans in Congress engaged in a partisan brawl over funding the country's new health care program, funding the government and raising the debt ceiling before reaching an eleventh hour compromise.Clinton said the nation was watching the Virginia race to see whether voters "lead the way of turning from divisive politics, getting back to commonsense and common ground.""We cannot let those who do not believe in America's progress to hijack this great experiment," Clinton added, endorsing her longtime family friend at an event billed, "Women for Terry McAuliffe."The former secretary of state has largely avoided politics this year, raising money at private fundraisers for McAuliffe and one scheduled Monday for the New York mayoral campaign of Bill de Blasio, a former campaign aide. McAuliffe was a top fundraiser for the campaigns of both former President Bill Clinton and Mrs. Clinton and later served as chairman of the Democratic National Committee.Democrats consider Clinton to be the party's leading contender to succeed President Barack Obama, her onetime rival, if she decides to run for president again in 2016.While Saturday's event aimed to energize voters for McAuliffe, it evoked Clinton's lengthy bid in 2008 to become the first woman to win the White House. The crowd broke into chants of "Hillary" as McAuliffe introduced her, and Clinton confessed that she had "been out of politics for a few years now."