Hillary Clinton Biography

Updated On Feb 06, 2017 Published On Feb 07, 2017
Facts of Hillary Clinton
Date of Birth: 1947 , October-26
Birth Nation: United States
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Hillary Clinton is currently the member of Democratic Party, but before joining the part she used to be the member of Republican Party. She was chosen by the party as a representative in 2016 election, where she lost the presidential election to the Republican’s candidate Donald Trump

Hillary Clinton is a married lady; she is married to her husband Bill Clinton, former president of the United States on October 11, 1975.  They are living together since their marriage and they are blessed with 1 daughter, Chelsea Victoria.  Before Bill proposed her to marriage, he bought a small house and they had their marriage ceremony at their house in Fayetteville.

Hillary Clinton has earned a good sum from her politics career. In 2016 her net worth was estimated to be around $ 31 million, which was indicated by Federal Election Commission. However, Forbes has estimated the combined net worth of Bill and Hillary to be around $ 45 million.

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Born in Chicago, Illinois, United States

October 26 , 1947

Harry Clinton was born in the late 1940s in Chicago, Illinois, United States.  She is the eldest daughter of Hugh Ellsworth Rodham and Sir Edmund Hillary and she was born at Edgewater Hospital in Chicago, Illinois, United States. She has two yonder brothers Hugh and Tony.

Graduated from Wellesley College


Harry Clinton joined Maine South High School and completed her schooling from there. After then she joined Wellesley College in 1965 and graduated from there with major in political science in 1969. She was very much active in politics from her college, and she was elected as the president of the Wellesley Youth Republicans.

Working for U.S. Senators Water Mondale’s


Harry Clinton had a good political image from her early college days and she was very much interested in the political field. In the year 1970, she got the opportunity to work with the U. S. Senator. She was selected as the U.S. Senators Water Mondale’s subcommittee on migrant workers. After this, she interned at Oakland, California, where she worked with the law firm of Trehauft.

Married with Bill Clinton

October 11 , 1975

Harry Clinton got married to Bill Clinton on October 11, 1975. Her husband Bill Clinton is also an American politician and was the former president of the United States. They are together since their marriage and they have one daughter Chelsea Victoria.

Became First Lady of the United States


After her husband Bill Clinton became the President of U.S., she was appointed as the First Lady of the United States in 1993. She became the first inaugural First Lady to earn a post graduate and have her own professional career when she entered the White House.

Became United States Senate

January 3 , 2001

Hillary Clinton became the United States Senate on January 3, 2001. She battled for the post from New York and won the election by a huge margin. With this, she became the first woman to become the US Senate from New York.

Elected for presidential election of United States


Hillary Clinton was elected by a major party in the presidential election of United States in 2008. She battled with the opposition leader Barrack Obama and she lost the election to Barack Obama, though she loses she was the first lady to take part in US president election.

Became 67th United Sates Secretary of State


Though Clinton lost in the presidential election, she was chosen by the ex-president Barack Obama as the 67th United Sates Secretary of State in November 2008. She formally began working as the Secretary in 2009 and she worked in that position until 2013.  She became the United States Secretary of State, after resigning from the U.S Senate and also became the first lady to serve in United States Cabinet.

Elected for United States presidential election


Harry Clinton again became the nominee in the United States presidential election in 2016. She was the nominee from Democratic Party against the Donald Trump of Republican Party. She again lost the U.S. president election, where she was defeated by Donald Trump with 306 pectoral votes to 232 pectoral votes of Hillary.


served as advisor for House Committee on the Judiciary


Harry Clinton was appointed as the member of the impeachment inquiry staff in Washington D.C. in 1974. She was appointed there to serve as the advisor for the House Committee on the Judiciary during the Watergate scandal and in the same year, he also became the teacher of Criminal law at the University of Arkansas.