There are two Democratic candidates for Attorney General in Pennsylvania, Kathleen Kane and Patrick Murphy. Former Pres. Bill Clinton has talked about both of them.
Bill Clinton on Kathleen Kane, March 26, 2012:
“The first elected office I ever held was Attorney-General, so it’s a job I know something about. The Attorney General can have an enormous positive impact, so it’s important to elect someone who understands how to use the office and the legal system to protect and advance the lives of Pennsylvanians. Kathleen Kane would make a great Attorney General. She’s smart and tough. She’s prosecuted more than 3000 cases, protected senior citizens, and put child molesters and violent criminals behind bars,” remarked President Clinton. “Kathleen is a great Democrat who understands that an Attorney General’s job is to stand up for consumers and people. I’m proud to endorse my friend Kathleen Kane and I hope she’ll become the first woman ever elected Attorney General by the people of Pennsylvania.”
Bill Clinton on Patrick Murphy (then running for Pennsylvania's 8th congressional district), Oct 11, 2006:
"Do we got a great candidate or what?" (source: Scheid, Brian. "Clinton stumps for Murphy," Intelligencer 10/12/2006)
Murphy supported Obama in the 2008 presidential election; Kane supported Hillary Clinton.