WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. - Looking ahead to life after the White House, President Clinton has changed his voter registration from Arkansas to Westchester County.
The county Board of Elections added Clinton and daughter Chelsea, 20, to the voter rolls Wednesday, a week after receiving their registration forms.
New Yorkers will go to the polls next in the state's Sept. 12 primary, when a little-known New York City orthopedic surgeon, Mark McMahon, challenges Hillary Rodham Clinton for the Democratic Senate nomination.
Hillary Clinton, who is expected to face Republican Rep. Rick Lazio in November, registered to vote in Westchester County in December, shortly after the Clintons bought a $1.7 million house in Chappaqua.
Bill and Chelsea Clinton listed the Chappaqua home as their new address.