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Hillary Clinton

Hillary Rodham Clinton (born in Chicago, Illinois, October 26, 1947, age 64 years with the name of Hillary Diane Rodham) is the junior United States senator from the state of New York, an office which began on January 3, 2001. He is married to Bill Clinton, President of the United States to-42 and the Lady of the United States for two terms (1993-2001). Previously, he was a lawyer.


Hillary Rodham was born in Chicago, Illinois, and grew up in a Methodist family in Park Ridge, Illinois. His father, Hugh Ellsworth Rodham, a conservative, is an executive in the textile industry, and his mother, Dorothy Emma Howell Rodham, a housewife. Hillary has two brothers, Hugh and Tony. Former U.S. ambassador to the United Kingdom, Philip Lader, referring to a deep interest to his ancestors from Wales

Graduated from Yale Law School in 1973, he moved to Arkansas in 1974 and married Bill Clinton in 1975. He then became the first female partner at Rose Law Firm in 1979 and twice listed as one of the 100 most influential lawyers in America. From 1979 to 1981 and 1981 to 1992 he was governor of Arkansas and she is active in a number of organizations associated with the welfare of children as well as a board member of Wal-Mart and several other companies.

As First Lady of the United States, the Clinton health care plan is an initiative of the Congress approved the biggest failure in 1994. In 1997 and 1999, Clinton was instrumental in the establishment of Program Asurasi Children's Health State (State Children's Health Insurance Program), the Act Adoption and Family Safe (Adoption and Safe Families Act), and the Constitution of Independence Care Families (Foster Care Independence Act). In 1996, he was ordered to testify before the jury due to the Whitewater controversy. He was never charged with any or several other investigations during her husband's presidency.

The condition of her marriage to Bill Clinton became public attention after the Lewinsky scandal in 1998.
After moving to New York, Clinton was elected senator of the State of New York in 2000 to become the first former First Lady who won election to a position in the U.S.. In the Senate, she initially supported the George W. Bush on several foreign policy, including voting in favor of the Iraq War Resolution approving the execution of the Iraq War. He then turned against the government's actions in the Iraq war and also opposed the Bush administration's policies in almost all domestic issues. He was re-elected as a senator to a landslide victory in 2006. On January 20, 2007 he officially declared himself took part in the United States presidential election in 2008. In the American presidential election, Clinton won more primaries and delegates than the other woman in U.S. history, but after a long campaign , Sen. Barack Obama become the Democratic candidate was elected in June 2008.
On January 22, 2009 Hillary Clinton was sworn in as Minister of Foreign Affairs of the United States.

History of elections

Campaign for U.S. Senate, 2000
Hillary Rodham Clinton (D), 55.27% / 3.74731 million
Rick Lazio (R), 43.01% / 2.91573 million

Campaign for U.S. Senate, 2006
Hillary Rodham Clinton (D), 67.00% / 3,008,428
John Spencer (R), 31.01% / 1,392,189

Nomination for president 2008
On January 20, 2007, Clinton announced the formation of an exploratory committee for his nomination as U.S. president, just days after Senator Barack Obama (D-Illinois) announced similar plans.

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