Selena Quintanilla, Tumblr
photo: Tumblr

The presidential election is right around the corner. Have you decided who to vote for? If you're still on the fence on either candidate, perhaps this note will nudge you towards Hillary Clinton.

While lurking on the Internet like always, we came across this letter from the White House. But it's not just any letter: Bill and Hillary Clinton sent it to Chris Perez dated April 6, 1995. 

Bill, the U.S. president at the time, wrote a condolence letter to Perez six days after his wife Selena Quintanilla had died.

The letter reads:

"Hillary and I were sorry to learn of your wife's death. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and all of Selena's family during this difficult time. Sincerely, Bill Clinton."

This touching letter is actually located in the "Selena Museum" in Corpus Christi, Texas.

Aside from The Clinton's actually caring enough about Selena and her loved ones to send a letter, but they knew who she was, and more importantly, how many Latinos were in mourning after her tragic death

Related from Vivala: The day we lost Selena.

This letter goes to show that Hillary was supportive of Latinos then, and is supportive of them now