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During the 1992 campaign, it was revealed that Clinton's uncle had attempted to secure him a position in the Navy Reserve, which would have prevented him from being deployed to Vietnam.
This effort was unsuccessful and Clinton said in 1992 that he had been unaware of it until then.
He subsequently decided not to join the ROTC, saying in a letter to the officer in charge of the program that he opposed the war, but did not think it was honorable to use ROTC, National Guard, or Reserve service to avoid serving in Vietnam.
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 registered for the draft and received a high number (311), meaning that those whose birthdays had been drawn as numbers 1 to 310 would have to be drafted before him, making it unlikely that he would be drafted.
Prior to the presidency, he was the governor of Arkansas from 1979 to 1981, and again from 1983 to 1992, and the attorney general of Arkansas from 1977 to 1979.Clinton was acquitted by the Senate in 1999 and completed his term in office. During the last three years of Clinton's presidency, the Congressional Budget Office reported a budget surplus, the first such surplus since 1969. Clinton left office with the highest end-of-office approval rating of any U. president since World War II, and has continually scored high in the historical rankings of U. He has remained active in politics by campaigning for Democratic candidates, including the presidential campaigns of his wife and Barack Obama.In 2004, Clinton published his autobiography, My Life.Clinton worked with future two-term mayor of Dallas Ron Kirk, Further information: 1978 Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1980 Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1982 Arkansas gubernatorial election, 1986 Arkansas gubernatorial election, and 1990 Arkansas gubernatorial election After graduating from Yale Law School, Clinton returned to Arkansas and became a law professor at the University of Arkansas. Running in a conservative district against incumbent Republican John Paul Hammerschmidt, Clinton's campaign was bolstered by the anti-Republican and anti-incumbent mood resulting from the Watergate scandal.Hammerschmidt, who had received 77 percent of the vote in 1972, defeated Clinton by only a 52 percent to 48 percent margin.