A new Gallup poll found that voters are more likely to vote for a candidate who campaigns with Bill Clinton rather than President Barack Obama. Conversely, a voter is less likely to vote for a candidate who shows up with Obama.
Former President Bill Clinton has the potential to do more good for Democratic candidates on whose behalf he campaigns than does President Barack Obama. The net positive impact of Clinton’s campaigning among Democratic registered voters is +48, while the number is a slightly lower +42 for Obama. Clinton, however, has a significantly more positive impact than Obama does among independents -- and among Republicans.
I planned to do about one stop for everybody that helped Hillary run for president because she’s one of only two members of the president’s cabinet who cannot participate in politics.
Don’t mess with Bill -- or Hillary.