1. Because I want a president who believes and supports this:
"The United States has made empowering women and girls a cornerstone of our foreign policy, because women's equality is not just a moral issue, it's not just a humanitarian issue, it is not just a fairness issue; it is a security issue. It is a prosperity issue and it is a peace issue. ... Give women equal rights, and entire nations are more stable and secure. Deny women equal rights, and the instability of nations is almost certain. The subjugation of women is, therefore, a threat to the common security of our world and to the national security of our country."
2. Because I want a president who will welcome refugees to this country. I am not a single-issue voter, but if I were, this would be it. Refugees must be welcome in this country.
3. Because I want a president who sees immigrants as a significant part of what has made this country great.
"Hillary has been committed to the immigrant rights community throughout her career. As president, she will work to fix our broken immigration system and stay true to our fundamental American values: that we are a nation of immigrants, and we treat those who come to our country with dignity and respect—and that we embrace immigrants, not denigrate them."
4. Because I want a president who has spent her life advocating for women and children.
5. Because I want a president who is capable, qualified, experienced, knowledgeable, and reasoned. I agree with President Obama that there has never been a man or woman more qualified to serve as president.
6. Because I want a president who supports common-sense gun control, who is concerned about climate change and the very real sociopolitical impacts it will have on all of our lives, and who knows that Black Lives Matter.
7. Because I want a president whose negatives I can live with. In any election, you're voting for someone you don't agree with entirely (unless you're voting for yourself). While there are always positions from any candidate that you don't support, I do think that you are ratifying the negative positions and characteristics of a candidate, or at least saying you can live with them. There are things I don't like about Hillary Clinton, but I can live with them.