One of his campaign messages was that people should spend "more time voting."
He appeared on The Arsenio Hall Show and played his saxophone, the first time a candidate opened himself to this type of media exposure.
His relationship with Monica Lewinsky showed that he got along well with younger voters
Warren G. Harding (Republican) and James Cox (Democrat)
Woodrow Wilson (Democrat) and Charles Hughes (Republican)
Calvin Coolidge (Republican) and John W. Davis (Democrat)
In 1979, when Jimmy Carter was president
In 1993, the year Clinton started his presidency
In 1967, when Lyndon Johnson was president