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Former President Clinton visits Kentucky

March 25, 2008 by Todd Van Campen  
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Bill Clinton came to Kentucky on Tuesday, March 25, stopping in Frankfort, Paris, Maysville and Morehead on behalf of his wife’s presidential campaign. See video here. Photos by David Perry, Mark Cornelison and Charles Bertram.

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4 Responses to “Former President Clinton visits Kentucky”
  1. betty taylor says:

    What a honor to hear former president Clinton speak . he explained HIllary Clinton plans to move the country forward .The media thinks Obama can give a speech there is no comparison to Bill Clinton.

  2. Glenda Campbell says:

    I had the honor of being able to go to Morehead when former President Clinton spoke there and I have to say ( although I already admired the man and loved him as President anyway ) it was the BEST speech I’d ever heard! He truly loves this country and Hillary. I was so taken in by everything…I had never had the opportunity to see someone such as President Clinton in my life in person,AND I actually got to shake his hand!!!! and never thought I would and I am so grateful and honored that I was there!!!GO HILLARY!!!!GO BILL!!!!Kentucky loves you both!!!!!

  3. hillary, us women have got your back, you go girl, we want you to go all the way. you are our hope for the future.

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