Bill stumps for Hillary as California preps for vote

Former US President Bill Clinton stumps for his wife and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in the San Diego area as the country's most populous state readies for its nominating contest in early June.

SAN DIEGO (Reuters) - Former US President Bill Clinton on Saturday (May 21) stumped for his wife and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in the San Diego area as the country's most populous state readies for its nominating contest in early June.

Clinton told a crowd of Hillary supports at Bonita Vista High School in Chula Vista that his wife was the best "change maker" he has ever known and the most qualified candidate for President.