Norman, Okla. -- Former U.S. President Bill Clinton held a rally for his wife's presidential campaign at the McCasland Field House on Wednesday.
During the rally for Hillary, Bill touched on a number of major issues. He spoke about Hillary's plans to raise the slumping economy, for the Iraq War, immigration problems and creating college funds for military personnel and students.
"We're back. America is back," he said.
The former president stressed delinquencies in today's healthcare system and how his wife would fix those issues as well as environmental problems; namely lowering greenhouse emissions and becoming energy independent.
Clinton also appealed to the sentiments of those attending the rally. He brought up Hillary's past work with abused and neglected children and education.
"If you want a world-class change-maker, she's your president," he said.