Hillary touts the 'Billgrimage' | Arkansas Blog

Sunday, July 16, 2006

Hillary touts the 'Billgrimage'

Posted By on Sun, Jul 16, 2006 at 4:35 AM

At a Little Rock fundraiser for her U.S. Senate re-election campaign, Hillary Clinton last night talked about visiting the home in Fayetteville where she and Bill Clinton were married.

She laughed how it is part of the "Billgrimage" as she spoke to supporters gathered at the Edgehill home of Kaki Hockersmith and Max Mehlburger.

Organized by the state dept. of parks and tourism, "Billgrims" can get a "passport" at any visitor center in Arkansas and have it stamped at the various official Clinton destinations: his birthplace home in Hope, his boyhood home in Hot Springs, the house in Fayetteville and the Clinton Center in Little Rock.


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