SILVER SPRING -- Former President Bill Clinton told Leisure World residents Wednesday they should vote for his wife Hillary Clinton in the April 26 Democratic presidential primary because "she is the best change-maker" he has ever known.
Clinton also answered a question after his speech about how a would-be Hillary Clinton administration would handle the problems with the capital Metro system.
"Well, her infrastructure program sets aside a significant amount for mass transit," he said, adding that Metro workers are "often over-worked."
During his speech in the senior living development, Clinton focused on health care and education.
He made the case that Hillary Clinton's proposals would be both progressive and have a chance of passing Congress.
With Congressional fights about visiting dignitaries from Israel, the implosion of parts of the federal budget because of Homeland Security being inexplicably and inexorably linked, continued problems monitoring the Washington Metro Area Transit Authority’s subway system, and with presidential politics on the horizon, The Sentinel stopped in and visited recently with Congressman Chris Van Hollen (D-8) to get his take on some of today’s issues in D.C. affected residents of Montgomery County: