Narrator: This is the story of a young man born in a small town
called Hope -- Hope, Arkansas. The son of a widow who taught him
that anything was possible with hard work, faith, and determination.
This is the real story of Bill Clinton. He worked his
way through Georgetown and Yale Law School, became a Rhodes scholar,
then set out to make a difference for others. In one of the poorest
states in our country and against all odds made progress. First he
tackled the schools -- standards, accountability, smaller class
sizes, and now the highest graduation rate in the
region. Built the economy - of the highest growth rates in new jobs
of any state
in the nation; manufacturing jobs created ten times the national
It isn't a miracle, it's just progress -- and a bit of hope.
Bill Clinton: That's what this election is about. And it's
about your future.
I want you to send message to this country about what kind of
going to have, about what kind of future you want, about what kind
you believe in, and about how we can win.
Narrator: This is the time; New Hampshire is the place.
This is our country - let's take it back