Kids are writing chalk thank you messages to Hillary Clinton outside her Brooklyn campaign headquarters

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BROOKLYN HEIGHTS, BROOKLYN — Children have a message for Hillary Clinton and they’re leaving it for her in chalk comments scrawled across the sidewalk outside her former campaign headquarters in Brooklyn.

“Thank you,” they wrote. “Love trumps hate.”

Clinton took the time to specifically thank young girls during her concession speech Wednesday morning.

“Never doubt that you are powerful and valuable and deserving of every chance in the world to pursue and achieve your own dreams,” she said.

People seem to have taken that to heart based on a Twitter post from Rob Flaherty, a former Clinton campaign staffer. Flaherty watched as a girl wrote a note to Clinton outside headquarters.

“Will you run for president,” her mom asked her, according to Flaherty.

“Ya,” she said. “And I’m gonna win.”

Clinton compared a woman winning the presidential election to breaking the highest and hardest glass ceiling in her speech.

“I know we have still not shattered that highest and hardest glass ceiling, but some day someone will and hopefully sooner than we might think right now,” she said.

Scroll through below to read more of the messages left outside her former headquarters: