Before Becoming President of the United States Bill Clinton Was Govenor of Which State?


Before becoming the United States president Bill Clinton was the Governor of Arkansas. He earned an easy victory making him the nation's youngest governors at that time at the age of 32. He was elected Arkansas governor in 1978 and he ran for just two years before being ousted by Frank White.
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