Former President Bill Clinton called himself the “rural hitman” of his wife's presidential campaign yesterday in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. Clinton was referring to has recent campaign assignment of gathering votes in rural communities. Sen. Hillary Clinton won the Texas and Ohio primaries by pulling votes from small towns where the former president campaigned.

The Indiana primary is set for May 6. According to the Indianapolis Star, Clinton said he has enjoyed taking his wife's campaign to small towns like Lawrenceburg, in far southeastern Indiana.

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