Clinton's recorded 45 robocalls for Democratic House candidates nationwide to use in the waning days of their campaign. A notably raspy Clinton can be heard urging Californians to vote for Ami BeraAmi BeraA record number of Indian Americans have been elected to Congress Calif. Dem wins reelection in overtime 115th Congress will be most racially diverse in history MORE in one call, because, he says, "we need more practical problem-solvers like Ami Bera in Washington, and President Obama needs a partner like him."
The former president has stumped for Senate candidates as well, including Heidi HeitkampHeidi HeitkampHeitkamp is Trump's top choice for Agriculture secretary: report What gun groups want from Trump Senate passes stopgap funding bill, averting shutdown MORE in North Dakota and Richard Carmona in Arizona, and most recently, he cut a robocall for Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth WarrenDemocrats: Where the hell are You? Dodd-Frank ripe for reform, not repeal Senate Dems offer bill to curb tax break for Trump nominees MORE.
And he's one of Obama's most influential and prolific surrogates, rallying supporters in Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Minnesota and North Carolina over the past few days alone.
The Democrats for whom Clinton recorded robocalls include Reps. Tim BishopTim BishopDems separated by 29 votes in NY House primary Flint residents hire first K Street firm House moves to vote on .1T package; backup plan in place MORE (N.Y.); Kathy Boockvar (Pa.); Brad Schneider (Ill.); Julia BrownleyJulia BrownleyHouse caucus to focus on business in Latin America House votes to restrict IRS hires and funding EMILY's List names incumbent Dems it will fundraise for MORE (Calif.); Cheri BustosCheri BustosMidwest Dems feel left out in cold Dems expand leadership team Pelosi lays out several Dem leadership nominations MORE (Ill.); Val Demings (Fla.); Bill Enyart (Ill.); Elizabeth Esty (Conn.); Bill FosterBill FosterDiversity of House GOP at risk in 2016 election Lawmakers celebrate Jackie Robinson Day Overnight Energy: Fight breaks out over Interior budget MORE (Ill.); Pete GallegoPete P. GallegoVulnerable Texas GOP lawmaker survives rematch 5 races for tech to watch Vulnerable House freshmen passed most bills in decades, analysis finds MORE (Texas); David Gill (Ill.); Jose Hernandez (Calif.); Anne Kirkpatrick (Ariz.); Al Lawson (Fla.); Gary McDowell (Mich.); Joe Miklosi; (Colo.); Bill Owens (N.Y.); Scott Peters (Calif.); Patrick Murphy (Fla.); Raul Ruiz (Calif.); John Delaney (Md.); Betty Sutton (Ohio); and Charlie Wilson (Ohio).