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Hillary Clinton

Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton (b. October 26, 1947)

Hillary Clinton, is the United States Secretary of State, and a former Senator from the state of New York. Hillary Clinton initially gained fame as the wife of President Bill Clinton, and is today one of those unique individuals who is easily identified by her first name. Mentioning "Hillary" in any type of political context guarantees passionate opinions either for or against her. She proved to be a lightning rod of support for President Clinton from his allies and various liberal groups, especially those involved in feminist/women's issues and health care. Just as powerfully, Hillary Clinton evokes strong reactions from Republicans and conservative groups who see her as someone to both mock and fear as the 2008 Presidential election draws ever nearer. Hillary Clinton was considered such a strong contender for the Democratic Presidential nomination, that Republicans often looked at their roster of potential candidates with thoughts of whether or not those potential candidates can effectively match up against Hillary Clinton.

Clinton came in second in the Iowa Caucuses , won the New Hampshire Primary, and won the Nevada Caucuses.

Not long before the Democratic Convention, it was apparant that Barack Obama would win the nomination. Clinton lent her support to Obama, and in return, Senator Obama urged his supporters to help Hillary Clinton retire her campaign debt.

As the 2008 Presidential campaign wound to a close, Hillary Clinton, as well as her husband, President Bill Clinton, actively campaigned on behalf of Barack Obama and other Democrats.

Following Barack Obama's victory over Republican John McCain, Hillary Clinton was invited to join the Obama Administration as America's face to the world as the Secretary of State.


Links and Resource About Hillary Clinton :

Internet Links:

Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton --Official Senate site Hillary Rodham Clinton, the Democratic senator from New York. Includes contact information.


Hillary Clinton for U.S. Senate --Official campaign site for Hillary Clinton, the U.S. Senator from New York.

Articles about Hillary Rodham Clinton--From the New York Times.


Hillary Rodham Clinton --Biography of Hillary Rodham Clinton from the official White House site.

Hillary Clinton on the Issues--Tracks Senator Clinton's position on international, domestic, economic, and social issues.

Hillary Clinton - Wikipedia article

TIME: Hillary Rodham Clinton --June 2003 interview in which the Senator and former First Lady reflects on her life, her memoir, and the current political climate. Also provides subscribers-only access to excerpts from Clinton's autobiography, Living History.

Just Hillary.com--An independent news site that provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date reports about Hillary Clinton: In the Senate, on the campaign trail in New York, and testing the waters across the country for a possible run for the White House in 2008.



Pro-Hillary Clinton Political Sites

Hillary Clinton For President --Unofficial movement to elect Hillary Clinton President in 2008

hillarynow.com--Urging Hillary Clinton to make a run for President in 2004.


Just Hillary


Hillary Rodham Clinton President 2008

Hillary Rodham Clinton for President 2008


Hillary for President 2008



Hillary Clinton Forum Archives

Dedicated to electing Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton to the U.S. Presidency. Includes news, petitions, and discussion forums.


Anti-Hillary Clinton Political Sites

Stop Hillary PAC --Aims to inform Americans that electing Hillary Clinton in the 2008 presidential election will be a total disaster for the country.

Anyone but Hillary 2008

Nix Hillary 2008

No Hillary Clinton

Blogs Against Hillary

Just Say No to Hillary Clinton




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Career and Life Highlights


1969: BA Political Science,Wellesley College

1973: J.D., Yale Law School

1973-1974: Post-Graduate study, Yale Child Study Center


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Family Information

Hugh Ellsworth Rodham (April 2, 1911-April 7, 1993)--Father

Dorothy Emma Howell Rodham (b. 1919) --Mother

William Jefferson "Bill" Clinton (b. Year) --Husband--Married October 11, 1975


Hugh Rodham

Tony Rodham


Chelsea Clinton (b. February 27, 1980)--Daughter


Protestant: Methodist

2000 U.S. Senate Race (winner in italics)

Hillary Rodham Clinton (D), 3,747,310 votes (55.27%)

Rick Lazio (R), 2,915,730 votes(43.01%)


2006 U.S. Senate Race (winner in italics)

Hillary Rodham Clinton (D), 2,811,981 votes (67% )

John Spencer (R), 1,320,571 votes ( 31% )

Works by Hillary Rodham Clinton

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It Takes a Village: And Other Lessons Children Teach Us (1996)

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