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During this year’s Democratic primaries, Hillary Clinton lost the youth vote in decisive fashion. As she moves toward the general election, she is now attempting to court the teens and twenty-somethings to her bloc. One way she is appealing to the millennial generation is through online video stars, who had a chance to ask her questions during a town hall event in Los Angeles on June 28th.
The event was curated by Beautycon, which organizes a yearly festival for beauty gurus and their fans. Beautycon brought several top creators in front of the former First Lady, Senator, and Secretary of State for an hour-long question-and-answer session moderated by YouTube beauty star DulceCandy. In total, according to The Hollywood Reporter, 100 digital media personalities event. Participating creators included Rachel Levin, Alexa Losey, and Jenn McAllister, and the discussion touched on topics like immigration, Lgbt rights, and, of course, Donald Trump.
- Sam Gutelle
There's a reason Rachel Levin (aka, RCLBeauty101) has over 8 million YouTube subscribers. The 21-year-old's series contains everything a young woman needs, from beauty advice and tips to comedy skits and lifestyle videos. Whether she's teaching you how to make your own lipstick out of bubblegum or exposing what really goes on inside the girls' bathroom, Levin gives great advice while keeping things entertaining. Want to learn more about the YouTube star ahead of her appearance at VidCon this week? Read up on Rachel Levin below. 1. She started making YouTube videos when she was 15 years old. Levin published her first video »
- Stephanie Petit, @stephpetit_
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