Hillary Rodham Clinton is on a book tour promoting her new memoir ”Hard Choices” and Monday night she was at Harvard Book Store in Cambridge.
The line stretched around the block before 6 p.m. and managers at the book store said the 1,000 tickets sold out in a record 45 minutes.
Fans in line said they consider the First Lady and former Secretary of State a political rockstar.
"She's just a fabulous show. She’s really intelligent, people who like her really like and people who don’t are impressed by her, you can't lose,” Nancy Richard-Stower said.
A Ready for Hillary bus was parked around the corner, but Clinton says she hasn't made up her mind yet about whether she'll be running for president in 2016.
"I supported both her and Obama in 2008 and I’m ready for her now. The campaign probably started a while back but this is a continuation of it,” Phil Hamzik said.
When she started signing books she kept it simple, just "Hillary."
"She's personal, she’s spending a few seconds with everybody and she’s engaging so at least she’s doing that, it's great," Mike Sullivan said.
Fans said they don't mind the short signature, in fact they expect to see it on the bumper sticker if and when she runs for president.
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