Hillary Diane Rodham was born on October 26, 1947; she was born in Chicago, Illinois and was raised in the nearby town of Park Ridge. Throughout high school and college, she began her politically activity by working on several presidential campaigns and holding a variety of impressive summer jobs. While studying at Yale Law School, she met William Jefferson "Bill" Clinton, the man who she would later marry. Following her graduation, Hillary taught at the University of Arkansas Law School alongside her boyfriend, Bill Clinton. They married on October 11, 1975 and had their first and only child.... Hillary remained politically active while her husband kicked his political career into full swing. When Bill Clinton was elected president in 1992, Hillary was one of the most involved and active First Ladies in our history. Though the Clinton's faced many hardships during Bill's two term in office, Hillary began building on her own political career and became a U.S. Senator for New York; she served in this position from 2001-2009. In 2007, Clinton officially announced that she would run her presidential campaign. ("Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton")
Hillary Clinton became a presidential candidate with two simple words: "I'm in". On January 21, 2007, the New York senator announced her decision to run for the presidency and the formation of an exploratory committee on her campaign Web site. As a woman with such an extensive political background, or simply as a ...
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