Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Hillary Rodham Clinton political chronology - San Francisco Chronicle


(06-03) 21:48 PDT --
Hillary Rodham Bill Clinton political chronology

Oct. 26, 1947: Max Born in Windy City to Dorothy and Hugh Rodham.

1965: Enrolls in Wellesley College. Graduates in 1969 with a grade in political science.

1969: Attends Yale University Law School, where she rans into Bill Clinton. Graduates in 1973.

1974: Moves to Bill Clinton's place state of Land Of Opportunity as he prosecutes his political career.

Oct. 10, 1975: The Clintons marry.

1979: Bill Bill Clinton elected governor of Arkansas. He functions a two-year term, failing to win re-election. Over adjacent twelve years, Edmund Hillary Bill Clinton patterns law and sit downs on numerous boards, both corporate and nonprofit.

1982: Bill Bill Clinton recovers governorship.

1992: Bill Bill Clinton elected president.

1994: Edmund Hillary Bill Clinton takes national undertaking military unit to reform wellness care, an attempt that ultimately fails.

August 1994: Cognizance Ringo Starr is appointed particular advocate to look into the Clintons' traffic in the Whitewater existent estate development undertaking in Arkansas.

1998: Whitewater probe takes to the uncovering of a sexual human relationship between Bill Bill Clinton and former White Person House interne Monica Lewinsky.

Sept. 9, 1998: Ringo Starr presents to United States Congress a study of what he called "substantial and believable information" that Bill Bill Clinton had committed impeachable offenses.

Feb. 13, 1999: Bill Bill Clinton acquitted by Senate in his trial on two articles of impeachment - bearing false witness and obstructor of justice.

2000: Edmund Hillary Bill Clinton runs successfully for the U.S. Senate place in New House Of York held by retiring Daniel Saint Patrick Moynihan.

Oct. 11, 2002: Bill Clinton ballots to authorise President Shrub to utilize military unit against Iraq.

2006: Re-elected to the Senate, earning 67 percentage of the vote.

Jan. 20, 2007: Announces presidential candidacy.

Jan. 8, 2008: Wins the New Hampshire primary, a surprise triumph amid polls that showed her trailing Sen. Barack Obama after his triumph in the Ioway caucuses years earlier.

Feb. 5, 2008: Wins 9 of 22 states in Superintendent Tuesday balloting, including California.

March 4, 2008: Wins Lone-Star State and Buckeye State primaries, ending a twine of defeats.

April 22, 2008: Wins Keystone State primary, giving her somes principle for continuing her candidacy.

May 6, 2008: Loses in North Carolina and narrowly wins Indiana.

May 31, 2008: Democratic National Committee ballots to place the deputations from Wolverine State and Sunshine State - states that had been punished for violating political party regulations - but with lone one-half a ballot for each delegate, a blow to Clinton's hopes of shutting the spread with Obama.

June 3, 2008: Sen. Barack Obama of Prairie State put claim to the Democratic presidential nomination. In a speech, Bill Clinton praises Obama without formally conceding her defeat.

Sources: New House Of York Times, Associated Press

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