Who is Clinton

Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton

Residence: Chappaqua, NY
Birthday: October 26, 1947 (age 69)
Birthplace: Chicago, IL
Religion: Methodist
Spouse: Bill Clinton
Children: Chelsea
Political Experience
United States Secretary of State, 2009-2013
Sworn In, United States Secretary of State, January 21, 2009
Senator, United States Senate, 2001-2009
Candidate, United States President, 2008
First Lady, President Bill Clinton, 1993-2001
First Lady, State of Arkansas, 1979-1981, 1983-1992
Professional Experience
Assistant Professor, University of Arkansas Law School, 1975
Attorney, Rose Law Firm, 1976-1992
Former Board Member, Wal-Mart
JD, Yale University, 1973
BA, Wellesley College, 1969

• End campus sexual assault
• Strengthen public education
• Making college debt-free and taking on student debt

• Take on climate change
• Protect animals and wildlife
• Improve rural communities

• Improve treatment, prevention and training regarding addiction and substance use
• Prevent, effectively treat and make an Alzheimer’s disease cure by 2025
• Support persons with autism and their families
• Expand opportunities for Americans with disabilities
• Universal, quality, affordable health care
• Fight HIV and AIDS
• Address mental health crisis
• Guarantee paid family and medical leave

Justice and Equality
• Campaign finance reform
• Criminal justice reform
• Gun violence prevention
• Immigration reform
• Racial justice
• Voting rights

National Security
• Combat terrorism
• Maintain best-trained, best-equipped and strongest military in the world
• Policies on national security
• Fully commit to support Veterans

Economy and Jobs

• Fair tax system
• Economy that works for everyone
• Fix America’s infrastructure
• Improve housing policies
• Investment in good-paying jobs
• Labor and worker’s rights
• Strengthen manufacturing
• National service
• Curb poverty
• Level the playing field for America’s small business
• Preserve, protect, and strengthen social security and medicare
• Harness the power of technology and innovation
• Wall Street reform
• Promote women’s right and opportunity
• Workforce skills and job training