LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — “You haven’t changed a bit!” Kirk Hanlin, an advance man for Bill Clinton’s 1992 presidential campaign, told Stanley Greenberg, the campaign’s pollster, as they stood in an airy room at the Clinton Library here on Friday. “Well, maybe your hair. I kept looking for the hair, for the afro, for the mustache.”
Scores of former Clinton aides descended on downtown Little Rock last weekend to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his announcing his candidacy. It was a “Don’t Stop Thinking About Yesterday” bash amid pervasive Democratic anxiety about President Obama’s electoral future.