LAKE WORTH, Fla. (AP) -- Bill Clinton says he's "far more enthusiastic about" supporting President Barack Obama this time than four years ago.
At an appearance at Palm Beach State College in Lake Worth on Friday, the former president told the crowd "I may be the only person in America" to be more excited about Obama than in 2008.
But he says the president has proved he's worthy of re-election by enacting policies that are working.
Clinton expressed concern about Superstorm Sandy and a flood of attack ads affecting the presidential contest. He says "this election is way closer than it should be."
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