Another big name stopped in Lubbock to drum up support for Hillary Clinton. Former General Wesley Clark campaigned at Clinton's Lubbock office Saturday morning. Clark told supporters that Clinton is the right woman for the job.
Former President Bill Clinton and daughter Chelsea Clinton have also stopped in the Hub to speak on Hillary's behalf.
On Saturday NewsChannel 11 asked General Clark if the senator herself would make a stop in Lubbock. "I don't know her schedule, but I know if she could see this crowd, she would love it and want to be right here," says General Clark.
Supporters at Saturday's rally say they have been surprised so many well known public figures have come to campaign in Lubbock.
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