Dems deploy Bill Clinton to stump for struggling candidates

NYACK, NEW YORK - OCTOBER 29: Former President Bill Clinton speaks during a rally at Nyack Veteran's Memorial Park on October 29, 2022 in Nyack, New York. Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, who is facing Assembly member Michael Lawler in the newly the 17th Congressional District in the lower Hudson Valley, held campaign events in Rockland County and was joined in one of the events by former President Clinton . A recent Cook Political report moved the race for Congressional District from “lean Democratic” to “toss up” with the Midterm Elections less than two weeks away. (Photo by Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images)
NYACK, NEW YORK – OCTOBER 29: Former President Bill Clinton speaks during a rally at Nyack Veteran’s Memorial Park on October 29, 2022 in Nyack, New York. Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, who is facing Assembly member Michael Lawler in the newly the 17th Congressional District in the lower Hudson Valley, held campaign events in Rockland County and was joined in one of the events by former President Clinton. (Photo by Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images)

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UPDATED 3:03 PM PT – Wednesday, November 2, 2022

Democrats are bringing out former President Bill Clinton as part of a last-ditch attempt to prevent a likely Republican victory in the midterms.

According to reports on Wednesday, Clinton is rallying support for New York Democrats, including incumbent congressman Pat Ryan.

The Ryan Campaign says Clinton will take part in a joint public appearance at a military families’ and veterans event in New Windsor.

This comes after the DNC sent former President Barack Obama to plead with voters to support Democrat candidates as the GOP is projected to win back the House and possibly the Senate.

Clinton has also rallied for congressman Sean Patrick Maloney amid Democrat concerns about his odds for re-election.