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Will Bill Clinton's Popularity Help Hillary?

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Will Bill Clinton's Popularity Help Hillary?

Will Bill Clinton's Popularity Help Hillary?

Will Bill Clinton's Popularity Help Hillary?

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Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) (from left), Rep. John Lewis (D-GA), Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Hillary Clinton and former president Bill Clinton march with a crowd during a civil rights commemoration in Selma, Ala., March 4, 2007. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) (from left), Rep. John Lewis (D-GA), Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Hillary Clinton and former president Bill Clinton march with a crowd during a civil rights commemoration in Selma, Ala., March 4, 2007.

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Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) has been bringing her husband to major events on the campaign trail lately.

Former President Bill Clinton attended both a Democratic forum in Nevada and the anniversary of the Selma civil rights march.

Democratic voters have great affection for Bill Clinton. But his popularity may not be a clear-cut advantage for his wife's campaign.