Bill Clinton still carries a lot of clout in the Democratic Party and candidates from coast to coast are hoping to turn to the former president for some extra momentum in November.
"President Clinton will do anything he can to help Democrats win elections," former DNC Chairman Terry McAuliffe said Tuesday on MSNBC's "Morning Joe."
According to McAuliffe, Bill Clinton has already been in talks with the White House political team in an effort to coordinate his fall schedule, and will do "a lot" of campaigning this election season.
Host Joe Scarborough pointed out an apparent shift in opinion toward Clinton, who in earlier elections had been kept "at arms length."
"They did not want Barack Obama in Pennsylvania-12," Scarborough said. "Bill Clinton goes up, wins. Arkansas? Holy cow. Other than what happened in Massachusetts, the biggest shock of the year -- Blanche Lincoln winning in Arkansas. Bill Clinton's got the Midas touch."
Watch McAuliffe on MSNBC's "Morning Joe":
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