Former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton, who campaigned at Cleveland State University Thursday morning and will campaign at the University of Akron later Thursday, could make history herself if that happens.
For now, Chelsea Clinton heads to Hawaii for the next campaign stop as Hawaii holds a Democratic primary Feb. 19.
Come to think of it, all three Clintons would make history if Hillary was elected President.
Former President Bill Clinton would be the "First Man" as the spouse of the country's first woman President.
Chelsea, 27, the Clintons' only child, would be the first "First Daughter" or "First Son" to reprise her role.
But this Chelsea Clinton, who hit the college and university campaign trail in Ohio Wednesday and today, is decidedly different from the 12-year-old Chelsea Clinton America got to know when her father first took office Jan. 20, 1993.
Aside from being older, she is now a young woman in a serious relationship with a young man with a life and a job of her own.
She has close friends in her New York City social circle and parents that she remains very close with.
Chelsea turns 28 Feb. 27, the day after her mother is scheduled to debate Sen. Barack Obama on national TV from the Wolstein Center at Cleveland State University in downtown Cleveland.
Will she be back in Cleveland for that debate? The Clinton campaign is still mum on that.