Chelsea Clinton Visits Three KY Cities

By: Cynthia Ibarra Email
By: Cynthia Ibarra Email

Hillary Clinton was busy Thursday trying to convince voters in West Virginia, but she was also at work in the Bluegrass state. The senator once again sent her daughter, Chelsea, to campaign for her.

Chelsea's first stop on Thursday was to speak to a group in Lexington.

Later in the day, she traveled to Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond. There, she spoke to a crowd of about 400 people. She talked about a broad range of issues including financing for higher education, health care and immigration. Clinton also took questions from the audience.

Clinton supporter, Lettie Dixon, had the opportunity to ask Chelsea about the war in Iraq. "We need to stand behind someone who is ready to bring our troops home", she said.

Her final stop of the day was in Frankfort where she helped open her mother's campaign headquarters in that city.

This isn't Chelsea Clinton's first visit to Kentucky. She spoke at UK and U of L last month. She was also at the Kentucky Derby in Louisville to help her mother campaign.

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  • by usman Location: nigeria on Jan 17, 2009 at 05:41 AM
    i love to met chelsea personally because of the love i have for her i am from Nigeria in Africa,a Hausa boy,student also son of a farmer,i love her most because she is jovial, and for the campaign she make for her mum,i wish to hear from you
  • by USMAN Location: NIGERIA on Jan 5, 2009 at 09:24 AM
    i love to meet Victoria Chelsea Clinton,she has been my best fans all my life,also her dad's tenure has been the best tenure so far in USA and in Nigeria,i wish my dreams will comes true by meeting Chelsea to be my best friend in the world,i am a student from Africa in the northern part of Nigeria,i am a Hausa boy processing to be in the Oklahoma city for continuity of my academic,which i wish to be their this year,also i am the son of a great farmer here in Nigeria,i wish Chelsea will consider and assists me by making me one of her friend which we can share some ideas and life aspect on ways to survive,compliments once more and happy new year in advance,wishes her long life and prosperity,also wishes her parent most especially her dad his excellency Williams bill Clinton,long life and success,blessing and prosperity,amen
  • by Bill Location: Knox County on May 12, 2008 at 09:43 AM
    I wouldn't vote for Hillary or Obama. Neither of them have told us how they would improve the country. Heck after they took control of congress is when the economy went down.
  • by KJ Location: Richmond on May 12, 2008 at 07:55 AM
    Amen Salute!!!!!!!!!!! It is about respect. At least Hillary does show respect for our country and the men and women that are over serving.
  • by SALUTE on May 11, 2008 at 07:34 PM
  • by anyone Location: Ky on May 11, 2008 at 06:31 PM
    This is to WOW in Richmond: Guess what you have stuck your big foot in your mouth because I do have a college degree plus. Yes I will be voting for Hillary. I do not care if it is over a flag pin, why will he not place his hand over his heart during the pledge, that his wife stated that she was proud to be an American once in her life and sitting in the same church for 20 years and opps I didn't realize my minister was prejudice!!! I can not believe that people are actually falling for the things this man is telling people. Because I do have a college education is why I am smart enough to not fall for Obamas stupid line about we need a change and then never specifies what kind of change he is referring to. So next time before you start saying that it is the uneducated that are voting for her you should stop and think. Also my whole family will be voting for her and yes they are also college graduates. Go Hillary!
  • by steve Location: irvine on May 11, 2008 at 04:53 PM
    Well to Berea resident they would not be losing their homes if your big liberal pals would quit loaning money to people that cant pay it back if i cant pay for something i am not going to borrow it gees what nuts.
  • by Mark Location: Loretto on May 11, 2008 at 11:35 AM
    I hope that she takes her father some of our famous Makers Mark cigars, I happen to know that he likes them.
  • by Gary Busey Teeth on May 11, 2008 at 11:27 AM
    Vote Republican!
  • by steve Location: irvine on May 11, 2008 at 07:26 AM
    Oh my god its soup line America man i am sleeping out in the street global warming burnt down my house a melting iceberg has the Kentucky river jammed up and all these tornadoes in springtime gees i cannot believe it. Yea i put my trust in Al gore the biggest liar in my 40 years he is a politician not god and as i recall we did have a good economy until the Democommunist won in 06 now its went to hell in a hand basket and i guess we are short of them. Is this all the people we can get to run for president what a joke these are three clowns running how pathetic what we need is a Reagan if we had one the election would be over all i can say is go operation chaos.


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