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Sally Perdue

Sally Perdue (also known as Sally Miller and Myra Belle Miller)[1] is a former 1958 Miss Arkansas and Little Rock radio talk show host.[2][3][4] She was a top-10 finalist in the 1958 Miss America pageant.[5]

Fulfilling a childhood dream, Perdue traveled the length of The Great Wall of China on foot in 1990.[6]

In 1994, Perdue stated that she had had an affair with then-governor Bill Clinton of Arkansas in 1983.[4] She also stated that she had been asked not to reveal the affair by a former Democratic party staffer in 1992 who told her that "they knew that I went jogging by myself and he couldn't guarantee what would happen to my pretty little legs".[7]

In 2005, Perdue settled a lawsuit over her dismissal from employment at the West Chester (PA) Friends School.[3]

Education

Miller is a 1960 graduate of Lindenwood College, and was awarded the college's 1991 Alumni Merit Award for professional accomplishment.[8] She earned a Masters Degree in Education from Regent University, Washington DC Campus, in 2006.

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  • By Michael Goldfarb, Shorenstein Fellow, Spring 1999 (England)
Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Suzanne Scudder
Miss Arkansas
1958
Succeeded by
Suzanne Jackson

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