Bill Clinton

Karen DeWitt

Former President Bill Clinton cast his ballot for his wife, failed Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, at Monday’s Electoral College meeting in Albany. Clinton blames the loss on the Russians and the FBI.

Chris Caya WBFO News

Ahead of New York's presidential primary on Tuesday, former President Bill Clinton returned to Buffalo to stump for his wife, Hillary Clinton.  A recent poll released by her Democratic rival, Bernie Sanders, shows Clinton just six points ahead of Sanders in New York state. 


Thomas O'Neil-White, WBFO

Hours before the doors were scheduled to open at First Niagara Center, numerous supporters of Donald Trump were already lined up in anticipation of the evening's rally for the presidential candidate.

Mike Desmond/WBFO News

One day before the New York primary, both Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and former President Bill Clinton will make campaign appearances in Buffalo.

WBFO News File Photo / WBFO News

A Cheektowaga man has been arrested after threatening to kill President Obama and others.

Eileen Koteras Elibol / WBFO News

Former President Bill Clinton came to Depew on Tuesday to drum up support for his wife's own bid for the White House.


achievement.org / WBFO News

It’s been five decades to the day since 25,000 people arrived in the Alabama’s capitol to demand the right to vote for African-Americans. They had marched 50 miles from Selma to Montgomery, but might never have had the chance to do so if not for Judge Frank Johnson, Jr. This is the story of one man’s lasting effect on American civil rights.

McCarthy discusses Clinton's role in regional races

Oct 24, 2012

Former President Bill Clinton's recent visit to Rochester may play a key role in two close Congressional races.

Buffalo News Political Reporter Bob McCarthy was on hand as the former President energized a Rochester audience last Friday in support of incumbent Representatives Kathy Hochul and Louise Slaughter

McCarthy sees Clinton's popularity in stark contrast with that of President Obama, especially in the 27th Congressional district where Democrat Hochul is trying to fend off Republican challenger Chris Collins.