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Clinton, Hillary Dianne Rodham (Clinton, Hillary)

Born: 1947 AD
Currently alive, at 67 years of age.

Nationality: American
Categories: First Ladies, Lawyers, Senator


1947 - Born on October 26th in Chicago, Illinois. American lawyer and Democratic politician.

1974 - Was a professor at University of Arkansas Law School.

- Was one of the counsel to House Judiciary Committee during Watergate investigation.

1975 - Married to former president, Bill Clinton on October 11th.

1977 - She was a lawyer at Rose Law Firm.

1987-1991 - Was the chairman of American Bar Association Commission on Women in the Profession.

1993-1994 - She oversaw an attempt to change the United States' health care system.

1995 - She wrote child-raising guide "It Takes a Village: And Other Lessons Children Teach Us".

2001 - Elected as Senator from New York and was the 1st former First Lady to hold political office.

2003 - Wrote the memoir of her life with President Bill Clinton, including his relationship with Monica Lewinsky,  entitled, Living History.

2006 - Was reelected as United States Senator from New York with 67% of the votes.

2008 -  Currently is in a tight race for the Democratic presidential nomination.


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