Hillary Clinton just threw her support behind putting Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill.
Tubman recently won an online poll about which woman should replace former President Andrew Jackson on the bill, edging out Eleanor Roosevelt for the win.
A petition was delivered to the White House this week by the Women on 20s campaign to push President Barack Obama to support the movement, and a bill was also introduced in Congress recently to try to get a woman on the 20.
According to Clinton, Tubman’s face on the bill would be “awesome, well deserved — and about time.”
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