How did Bill Clinton win the democratic nomination at the convention?
Bill Clinton was selected as the nominee through a series of primary elections and caucuses culminating in the 1992 Democratic National Convention held from July 13 to July 16, 1992 in New York City.
Unfortunately, the answer is not Hillary Clinton. This answer takes into account the actual definition of a public servant, but restricts it to elected positions in the United States. Public office can be either an appointed position or an elected position. An appointed position would be one of employment, such as an employee of a government. These are department heads, judges, administrators, and blue collar workers. It would be very difficult to identify the first…
Emmett Curly Thornton was a politician and an Evangelist. He is known for his run for President in 1991. He tried to gain the Democratic nomination that year. But he lost against Bill Clinton. He also is known for establishing the Curly Thornton Ministries, which is believed to have been a cult. He died on January 21, 1999.