Clinton is back on the trail in Iowa.
MT. PLEASANT, Iowa (CNN) – With eight days left until the Iowa caucuses, Hillary Clinton is reminding people it's "time to pick a president." Heck, it's even included in the title of her last big swing through Iowa.
Kicking off the "Big Challenges, Real Solutions–Time to Pick a President" tour, Clinton told an audience she needs their help, adding that Iowans have an "awesome responsibility" to caucus on January 3.
"The entire country and even the world will be watching," Clinton said. "I want you to ask yourself 'who will be the best president?' Who, if something happened that none of us can predict now, would be there able to respond and act on behalf of our country immediately?"
Clinton urged people to show their support at the first-in-the-nation caucuses, saying they have a duty to be there "for people who can't be there."
"You're there for every Iowan serving our country in Iraq or Afghanistan or elsewhere in the world who can't get home to go caucus. You're there for everybody who has to work at night."
"This responsibility is one that connects you to literally thousands and even millions of people that you'll never know," Clinton continued.
"They won't know you, but you'll be there for them. You'll be there making the decision that will begin us moving toward the most important election that we've had in a very long time."
Clinton then told the crowd that if they choose her as the Democratic nominee, she'll "wage a winning campaign" against a Republican counterpart.
She was introduced at the event by her husband, former president Bill Clinton, and was also accompanied by daughter Chelsea. It's the first time all three Clintons have campaigned on the same stage in Iowa this election season.
-CNN Iowa Producer Chris Welch