Bill Clinton Heads Back to Va. Campaigning for McAuliffe

May 13, 2009

Former President Bill Clinton says difficult economic times call for a governor who can help manage the budget and keep services going.

Clinton spoke Wednesday at a campaign stop for his longtime
political friend Terry McAuliffe.

Clinton says that with every nickel McAuliffe raised as
Clinton's chief fundraiser he talked about how to be careful
spending it.

Clinton says McAuliffe will "practice fiscal responsibility so
he can be socially progressive."

Clinton appeared with the candidate at a park in Herndon and is
scheduled to speak later Wednesday at Northern Virginia Community
College in Annandale.

McAuliffe is running against state Sen. Creigh Deeds and former
Del. Brian Moran in the June 9 Democratic primary.

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