Bill Clinton


Who was his vice president?

Clinton selected Albert Gore Jr., a U.S. senator from Tennessee, as his running mate. Gore was young and from the South, but gave the campaign ticket credibility on environmental issues and on family values. Gore served as Clinton’s vice president for two full terms. He went on to run for the presidency, but lost a hotly contested race to George W. Bush.


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