DOVER, N.H. -- Former President Bill Clinton returned to the city that defined his own campaign for presidency hoping that 16 years later he bring some of that magic back to help his wife's campaign.
With just six days before 1992 New Hampshire primary, Clinton was in the fight for his life amid questions of affairs and draft dodging. He came to the Elks Club in Dover and pleaded with the crowd: ''I'll never forget who gave me a second chance and I'll be there for you until the last dog dies."
The moment became primary history. In the last days of his presidency he came back to Dover to thank voters for giving him that second chance.
On Saturday he visited a pottery factory on the other side of town from the Elks Club and recalled his history with the city.
"Dover made me famous," Clinton said about his speech. "I promise she will remember every one of your faces."