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1973
William Jefferson Clinton graduated from law school at Yale.
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1975 Oct 11
Bill Clinton married Hillary Rodham in Fayetteville, Ark.
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1978 Apr 25
William Clinton (31), attorney general of Arkansas and candidate for governor, sexually assaulted Juanita Broaddrick at the Camelot Inn in Little Rock. Broaddrick made the story public on national TV in 1999.
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1978 Jun 18
The Whitewater business venture was incorporated. Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary set up their 50-50 Whitewater venture with Mr. & Mrs. McDougal. The Clintons lost money in the real estate deal that later turned into the Whitewater scandal.
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1980 Feb 27
Chelsea Clinton, daughter of Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton (1993-2001), was born in Little Rock.
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1980 Nov 4
Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton lost his re-election bid for the governor’s office to Frank White (1933-2003).
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1982
In Arkansas former Gov. Bill Clinton won his election bid for the governor’s office with the help of political consultant Dick Morris.
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1983
A federal grand jury indicted financier Marc Rich on evading over $48 million in income taxes. Rich fled the US to Switzerland and in 2001 was pardoned by Pres. Clinton. The 65-count indictment against Rich and Pincus Green also included charges of oil profiteering and unlawful trading with Iran.
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1983
Gov. Clinton of Arkansas had an intimate sexual encounter by mutual consent with Mrs. Elizabeth Ward Gracen, a 1982 Miss America.
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1986
Harry Denton, banker from Arkansas, warned Mrs. Clinton in a telephone conversation that there could be a problem with a $370,000 loan from the Madison S&L destined for the Castle Grande real estate deal.
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1986
Gov. Clinton lobbied Little Rock judge and small-business financier David Hale to make a $300,000 loan to Susan McDougal. The Clinton-McDougal relationship was later described by Jim McDougal in the 1998 book "Arkansas Mischief" written with the assistance of Curtis Wilkie, published after McDougal's death in federal prison.
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1986
Don Lasater, a Little Rock, Arkansas, bond dealer and supporter of then Gov. Clinton, was arrested for cocaine distribution after a probe that also netted Roger Clinton, the brother of Bill Clinton.
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1990 May 23
Clinton’s campaign for a 5th term as governor of Arkansas received a $60,000 loan from the Perry County Bank. More cash was requested a few days later.
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1990 Oct 29
Clinton’s campaign for governor of Arkansas received a $75,000 loan from the Perry County Bank. A few days later another cash withdrawal was made for $22,500.
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1990
Prof. Theodore Sarbin (1911-2005) of UC Berkeley co-wrote the report “Gays in Uniform: The Pentagon’s Secret Reports.” The report prompted Pres. Clinton’s policy of “don’t ask, don’t tell.”
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1991 May 8
At the Third Annual Governor’s Quality Management Conference at the Excelsior Hotel in Little Rock, Ark., Gov. Bill Clinton invited Paula Jones, a state employee working at the registration desk, to a private meeting and exposed his desire for her. Days later Paula Jones filed a complaint of sexual harassment in US District Court in Little Rock. She has been seeking $700,000 in damages.
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1991 Oct 3
Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton entered the race for the Democratic presidential nomination.
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1992 Jan 19
Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton drew fire from fellow Democratic presidential candidates during a debate in Manchester, N.H.
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1992 Jan 24
The state of Arkansas executed convicted cop-killer Rickey Ray Rector after Gov. Bill Clinton refused to intervene.
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1992 Jan 26
On CBS' "60 Minutes," Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton, appearing with his wife, Hillary, acknowledged "causing pain in my marriage," but said past problems were not relevant to the campaign.
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1992 Jan 27
Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton and Gennifer Flowers accused each other of lying in a renewed dispute over her assertion that they'd had a 12-year affair.
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1992 Feb 6
Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton denied he'd tried to avoid the Vietnam draft, saying he gave up a draft deferment in the fall of 1969 because he "didn't think it was right" to keep it.
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1992 Feb 10
In the Iowa caucus favorite son Tom Harkin won with 76% of the vote. The rest went to “Uncommitted” (12%), Paul Tsongas (4%), Bill Clinton (3%), Bob Kerrey (2%), and Jerry Brown (2%)
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1992 Feb 12
Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton released a letter he'd written as a student in 1969 in which he said he had decided to give up a draft deferment in order to "maintain my political viability."
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1992 Feb 18
Republican Pres. George H.W. Bush won the New Hampshire primary over Pat Buchanon, 58.6 to 41.4%. Democrat Paul Tsongas won over Bill Clinton, Bob Kerrey, Tom Harkin and Jerry Brown 38 to 28.3 to 12.7 to 11.6 to 9.3%.
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1992 Mar 3
In so-called "Junior Tuesday" political contests, Democrat Paul Tsongas won primaries in Maryland and Utah; Bill Clinton won in Georgia, Jerry Brown in Colorado. Among Republicans, President George H.W. Bush swept Georgia, Maryland and Colorado.
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1992 Mar 7
Democrat Bill Clinton picked up additional victories in the South Carolina primary and the Wyoming caucuses, while fellow Democrat Paul Tsongas won the Arizona caucuses. President George H.W. Bush won the Republican primary in South Carolina.
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1992 Mar 8
President George H.W. Bush and Democrat Bill Clinton headed toward "Super Tuesday" claiming big boosts from weekend victories.
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1992 Mar 10
Democrat Bill Clinton claimed front-runner status as he won a series of Southern landslides on "Super Tuesday." President George H.W. Bush swept all the Republican contests.
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1992 Mar 17
Democrat Bill Clinton scored big primary victories in Illinois and Michigan. In Illinois, Sen. Alan Dixon was defeated in his primary re-election bid by Carol Moseley-Braun, who went on to become the first black woman in the U.S. Senate.
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1992 Mar 19
Democrat Paul Tsongas pulled out of the presidential race, leaving Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton the favorite to capture their party's nomination. Tsongas had won the New Hampshire Democratic presidential primary.
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1992 Mar 21
During a debate in Buffalo, N.Y., Democratic presidential front-runner Bill Clinton sought to turn the tables on rival Jerry Brown by accusing the former California governor of hypocrisy on the issue of campaign contributions.
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1992 Mar 21
President Bush and German Chancellor Helmut Kohl met at Camp David, Md.
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1992 Mar 22
President Bush and German Chancellor Helmut Kohl wrapped up a weekend of informal talks by reiterating their resolve to break a deadlock on global trade talks.
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1992 Mar 24
Democrat Jerry Brown upset front-runner Bill Clinton in the Connecticut presidential primary.
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1992 Mar 27
Democratic presidential front-runner Bill Clinton, campaigning in New York, apologized for recently golfing at an all-white club.
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1992 Mar 28
Democrats Bill Clinton and Jerry Brown clashed over Brown's flat-tax proposal, with Clinton charging the plan would hurt the poor, and Brown accusing Clinton of inventing "another big lie."
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1992 Mar 29
Democratic presidential front-runner Bill Clinton acknowledged experimenting with marijuana "a time or two" while attending Oxford University, adding, "I didn't inhale and I didn't try it again."
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1992 Apr 4
His campaign acknowledged that Bill Clinton had received an induction notice in April 1969 while attending college in Oxford, England; Clinton said the notice arrived after he was due to report, and that his local draft board had told him he could complete the school term.
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1992 Apr 7
Democrat Bill Clinton swept the New York, Kansas and Wisconsin primaries.
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1992 Apr 18
Democrat Jerry Brown met with black leaders in Philadelphia while front-runner Bill Clinton visited a Phillies-Pirates ballgame as the two courted Pennsylvania primary voters.
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1992 Apr 24
President Bush and Democratic challenger Bill Clinton made long-distance back-to-back appearances via satellite hookups before the National Association of Hispanic Journalists meeting in Albuquerque, N.M.
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1992 Apr 28
President Bush and Bill Clinton won the Pennsylvania presidential primary.
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1992 May 4
Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton toured riot-ravaged Los Angeles streets, blaming the destruction on what he called 12 years of Republican neglect.
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1992 May 5
President Bush and Democrat Bill Clinton picked up primary victories in Indiana, North Carolina and the District of Columbia.
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1992 May 26
President Bush and Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton won primaries in Kentucky, Arkansas and Idaho.
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1992 Jun 2
Bill Clinton officially clinched the Democratic presidential nomination as he won the six final primaries of the campaign.
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1992 Jun 3
Undeclared presidential candidate Ross Perot announced he'd hired Hamilton Jordan and Edward Rollins to help steer his campaign. Democrat Bill Clinton appeared on "The Arsenio Hall Show."
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1992 Jun 13
Democrat Bill Clinton stirred controversy during an appearance before the Rainbow Coalition by criticizing rap singer Sister Souljah for making remarks that he said were "filled with hatred" toward whites.
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1992 Jun 18
Russian President Boris Yeltsin met with Democrat Bill Clinton in Washington before flying on to Kansas and then Canada.
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1992 Jun 21
Democrat Bill Clinton unveiled an economic blueprint calling for substantially higher taxes on the rich.
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1992 Jul 2
President Bush vetoed the so-called "motor-voter" registration bill; President Clinton later signed a revised version into law.
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1992 Jul 9
Democrat Bill Clinton tapped Tennessee Sen. Al Gore to be his running mate.
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1992 Jul 15
Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton claimed the Democratic presidential nomination at the party's convention in New York City.
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1992 Jul 16
Bill Clinton delivered his acceptance speech a day after winning the Democratic presidential nomination at the party's convention in New York City. To the dismay and anger of supporters, Ross Perot announced he would not run for president. He later changed his mind.
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1992 Jul 27
President Bush's aides attacked Democratic nominee Bill Clinton's foreign policy credentials and judgment.
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1992 Jul 28
Democrats counterattacked a day after aides to President Bush had accused Democrat Bill Clinton of lacking foreign policy expertise.
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1992 Aug 2
The Bush campaign, accused by Bill Clinton of mudslinging, responded with a vitriolic press release that referred to "sniveling hypocritical Democrats." President Bush later disavowed the release.
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1992 Aug 18
On the second night of the Republican National Convention in Houston, U.S. Sen. Phil Gramm, R-Texas, delivered the keynote address, denouncing Bill Clinton's economic program as "worse than sleaze."
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1992 Aug 21
The day after the close of the Republican National Convention in Houston, the two major party candidates traded hard blows, with President Bush deriding Bill Clinton as a "wishy-washy" leader, and Clinton lashing back at Bush as a "great fearmonger."
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