Hillary Clinton, Scooby, Mystery Machine

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Curious what Hillary Clinton and her team rock out to in their Scooby-Doo van?! Wonder no more, because this 2016 presidential hopeful just released her official campaign playlist on Spotify!

"The Official Hillary 2016 Playlist" contains plenty of inspirational and upbeat tracks, like Pharrell Williams' "Happy," Jon Bon Jovi's "Beautiful Day" and American Authors' "Best Day of My Life."

The 14-song playlist has Hillary covered, too, for when she and her team need some motivation to fight the good fight. There's "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)" by Kelly Clarkson, "Roar" by Katy Perry and "Brave" by Sara Bareilles.

The Democrat has a track from Jennifer Lopez ("Let's Get Loud") and a song from the singer's ex Marc Anthony ("Vivir Mi Vida") on her list. She's got some Ariana Grande ("Break Free," featuring Zedd), some Gym Class Heroes ("The Fighter," featuring Ryan Tedder) as well as John Legend and The Roots' ("Wake Up Everybody" featuring Melanie Fiona and Common).

Sadly, there aren't any never-before-heard tracks of Bill Clinton playing the Saxophone listed on here!  All in all, though, Hillary and Co. have a pretty solid medley of mainstream songs pulled together for this playlist!

And Spotify certainly isn't the only way this former Secretary of State is connecting with potential voters through their phones! She's on Twitter, of course, and officially joined Instagram last week!

Hillary's social media game is strong, too! Just two days into her Instagram run, for example, she shared a "Living history" video highlighting her personal life and many of her political accomplishments. She's also used her feed to readdress some of the issues's she's campaigned for in the past, like gay rights and women's rights. She had a most impressive #ThrowbackThursday photo, and she even pulled together a lovely little #FlashbackFriday video the very next day!

You can listen to Hillary's full campaign playlist on Spotify!

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