Former President Bill Clinton was in Council Bluffs Wednesday morning, campaigning for President Obama.
He spoke to a crowd of about 600 people at the Mid-America Center. He covered a number of issues in the election, including health care, job creation, the economy and college debt.
Clinton said America needs to give Obama four more years to let the policies he put in place make change.
The Romney campaign said the fact such a big political figure from the Democrats is campaigning in Iowa less than a week before the election, shows Obama is concerned he won't carry Iowa like he did four years ago.
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