Bill Clinton

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William Jefferson Clinton, nick named Bill, was born August 19, 1946, in Hope, Arkansas. His fathers name was William Jefferson Blythe III, and his mother was Virginia Divine Blythe Clinton. Bill got his last name from his stepfather Roger Clinton. He married Hilary Rodman on October 11, 1975, and they had a child in 1980, Chelsea.

Bill is a Baptist and graduated from Georgetown University in 1968, went to Oxford University from 1968-1970, and graduated from Yale University Law School in 1973.

Clinton's occupation before becoming president was a lawyer and served in public office. The positions that he held were Arkansas Attorney General (1976-1978) and Governor of Arkansas. He is also a Democrat.

The Presidential election results were as follows:

Year Popular Votes Electoral Votes

1992Bill Clinton George BushH. Ross Perot 44,909,88939,104,54519,742,267 370168---

1996Bill ClintonBob DoleH. Ross Perot 45,628,66737,869,4357,874,283379159---

His Cabinet members were as follows:

Secretary of State

Warren M.

Christopher (1993-97)

Madeleine Albright (1997-2001)

Secretary of the Treasury

Lloyd M. Bentsen (1993-94)

Robert E. Rubin (1995-99)

Lawrence H. Summers (1999-2001)

Secretary of Defense

Les Aspin, Jr. (1993-94)

William J. Perry (1994-97)

William Cohen (1997-2001)

Attorney General

Janet Reno (1993-2001)

Secretary of the Interior

Bruce Babbitt (1993-2001)

Secretary of Agriculture

Mike Espy (1993-94)

Dan Glickman (1994-2001)

Secretary of Commerce

Ronald H. Brown (1993-96)

Mickey Kantor (1996-97)

William Daley (1997-2000)

Norman Y. Mineta (2000-01)

Secretary of Labor

Robert B. Reich (1993-97)

Alexis M. Herman (1997-2001)

Secretary of Health and Human Services

Donna E. Shalala (1993-2001)

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development

Henry G. Cisneros (1993-97)

Andrew M. Cuomo (1997-2001)

Secretary of Transportation

Federico F. Peña (1993-97)

Rodney Slater (1997-2001)

Secretary of Energy

Hazel R. O'Leary (1993-97)

Federico F. Peña (1997-98)

Bill Richardson (1998-2001)

Secretary of Education

Richard W. Riley (1993-2001)

Secretary of Veterans Affairs

Jesse Brown (1993-97)

Togo D.