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(In fact, the highest number drafted was 195.) Colonel Eugene Holmes, the Army officer who had been involved with Clinton's ROTC application, suspected that Clinton attempted to manipulate the situation to avoid the draft and avoid serving in uniform.
He issued a notarized statement during the 1992 presidential campaign: I was informed by the draft board that it was of interest to Senator Fulbright's office that Bill Clinton, a Rhodes Scholar, should be admitted to the ROTC program ...
With only minor opposition in the primary and no opposition at all in the general election, Clinton was elected Governor of Arkansas in 1978, having defeated the Republican candidate Lynn Lowe, a farmer from Texarkana.
At age 32, he became the youngest governor in the country.
He further stated that because he opposed the war, he would not volunteer to serve in uniform, but would subject himself to the draft, and would serve if selected only as a way "to maintain my political viability within the system".
Clinton was in the chorus and played the tenor saxophone, winning first chair in the state band's saxophone section.
C., receiving a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service degree in 1968. Upon graduating from Georgetown in 1968, Clinton won a Rhodes Scholarship to University College in Oxford, England, where he initially read for a B. in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics but transferred to a B. In 1969, Aller received a draft letter that mandated deployment to the Vietnam War.