A crowd of about 1,000 filled the university quadrangle to hear Bill Clinton, who served as commander-in-chief from 1993 to 2001, to urge the students to help unseat incumbent Steve Southerland, R-Panama Beach.
“In the next nine days everyone here is going to pass a hundred people . . . that you actually know and probably will not vote unless you stop them look them in the eye and ask them too,” Clinton said.