ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- The First Coast continues to play a major role in national politics.
Not only are presidential contenders making stops in the area, now a former president will be holding court.
Bill Clinton, president from 1993-2001, will speak at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre next spring.
Clinton has recently released "Back to Work," a book detailing his ideas for solving the current economic situation.
Clinton's visit will make him the sixth man to have occupied the White House to visit the city, according to the news release from the amphitheatre.
Only Chester A. Arthur visited while still in office. Lyndon Johnson visited while he was Vice president, and Ulysses Grant, Warren Harding and Theodore Roosevelt all visited after leaving the White House.