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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 BeraDems, not trusting Trump, want permanent ObamaCare fix Independent investigation into Russian interference needed House Democrats identify vulnerable incumbents for 2018 cycle 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 HeitkampDem senator: Don't bet against McConnell on ObamaCare repeal Senate Dem undecided on 2018 reelection run Trump ‘regulatory czar’: Two-for-one rule can work MORE in North Dakota and Richard Carmona in Arizona, and most recently, he cut a robocall for Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth WarrenMajor progressive group rolls out first incumbent House endorsement Speaker Ryan, the fate of our policy toward Russia rests in your hands Democrats must end fiery rhetoric against AT&T-Time Warner merger 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 BrownleyAntonio Sabato Jr. to run for Congress in California Dems react to Flynn's request for immunity: 'Where there's smoke, there's fire' Lawmakers press Mattis on Marines nude photo scandal MORE (Calif.); Cheri BustosCheri BustosLawmakers send well-wishes to Scalise on Twitter Dem lawmaker: Time for new generation of leadership Members jam with Wynonna Judd, Keith Urban at Grammys on the Hill MORE (Ill.); Val Demings (Fla.); Bill Enyart (Ill.); Elizabeth Esty (Conn.); Bill FosterBill FosterHouse GOP’s new challengers: Scientists mulling campaigns Dems crowd primaries to challenge GOP reps Lawmakers talk climate for Earth Day, Science March MORE (Ill.); Pete GallegoPete P. GallegoObamaCare repeal vote: 15 GOP lawmakers to watch Vulnerable Texas GOP lawmaker survives rematch 5 races for tech to watch 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).