Which president can go to every state and help Democratic senators fighting for re-election? Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's answer: Bill Clinton, not sitting President Barack Obama.
On Tuesday, a reporter asked Reid if he'd spoken to President Obama about traveling to Colorado to help Democratic Sen. Mark Udall, who could face a close race.
"You'll have to talk to Mark; he knows Colorado better than I do," Reid said. "But we do have one president that's been going every place, and that's Clinton -- he's traveling around campaigning for everybody, doing a great job."
Clinton made his first campaign stop of the 2014 cycle on Tuesday, appearing in Kentucky with Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes, who's running to unseat Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.