Former president Bill Clinton encourages a crowd in Oklahoma to vote for his wife, Hillary, ''because she's the single best change-maker I have ever known.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Former President Bill Clinton held a rally in Edmond, Oklahoma for his wife, Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton on Saturday (February 27). "If you want a foreign policy where we keep big, bad things from happening but involve all Americans in trying to make more good things happen, she's your best choice. Because she's the single best change-maker I have ever known. And I know better than anybody else because in the next couple of days will mark the 45th anniversary of the first time I met her," said Bill Clinton to a crowd at the University of Central Oklahoma. Oklahoma will hold their primary elections along with nine other states on March 1, known as Super Tuesday. Former Secretary of State Clinton is battling U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont. Clinton and Sanders have been in a dead head over the past week, the Reuters/Ipsos data shows. But in the South Carolina primary, Clinton is poised to win big, in part because of her outsized support among the state's rural black poor - a bloc that Sanders has struggled to impress. Clinton's advantage also results in part from her husband Bill Clinton's outreach to black voters during his presidency. Some voters also like that Hillary Clinton has promised to build on President Barack Obama's agenda. Former president Bill Clinton encourages a crowd in Oklahoma to vote for his wife, Hillary, during Super Tuesday saying "because she's the single best change-maker I have ever known."