COLLEGE PARK, Ga. - Former President Bill Clinton spent Saturday in Atlanta stumping for his wife, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton before Georgia's Primary Election on March 1.
The former president spoke at a rally at a high school in College Park. His primary focus was to engage younger voters and encourage them to vote for his wife in the upcoming primaries.
Recent polls have suggested that many younger voters favor Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, Clinton's primary opponent. President Clinton told those gathered that his wife would plan on building on what he said were the successes of the Obama presidency.
Several people at the rally told FOX 5 News they were still undecided; however, many said the appearance by the former president convinced them to vote for Hillary Clinton in the upcoming primary.