Former president Bill Clinton made a campaign stop at Lubbock High School for Hillary rallying support in front of nearly two thousand people.
Clinton spoke for about an hour and a half on topics including the economy, the war in iraq, education reform and health care.
Many folks waited out in the cold for more than six hours to hear the former president speak.
About twenty of those admitted were Lubbock High students who say apathy among young people is a thing of the past.
"I was maybe a yard away from him, from a former president of the United States!," said Lubbock High senior, Stuart Williams, an avid Hillary supporter.
"Most of them grasp the importance of this, regardless of political affiliation," said Todd Perry, who teaches government and political science at Lubbock High School.
"It is a former president, and being able to be that close is going to get them excited about the process.
The vice principal said there were many disappointed students who found out about the rally after the fact.