Sally Perdue (also known as Sally Miller and Myra Belle Miller) is a former 1958 Miss Arkansas and Little Rock radio talk show host. She was a top-10 finalist in the 1958 Miss America pageant.
Miller is a 1960 graduate of Lindenwood College.
She was awarded Lindenwood's 1991 Alumni Merit Award for professional accomplishment.
In 1994, Perdue stated that she had had an affair with then-Governor Bill Clinton of Arkansas in 1983. She is one of three former holders of the Miss Arkansas title to be been extramaritally linked to Clinton. She also stated to Ambrose Evans-Pritchard of The Sunday Telegraph that she had been asked not to reveal the affair by a former Democratic Party of the United States staffer in 1992, who supposedly told her that "they knew that I went jogging by myself and he couldn't guarantee what would happen to my pretty little legs."
- Their Lives: The Women Targeted by the Clinton Machine
- Paula Jones
- Gennifer Flowers
- Elizabeth Gracen
- Juanita Broaddrick
- Kathleen Willey
- "Whitewater runs deep". National Review. 1994-03-21.
- "The Press and Whitewater: Shhhh". The Economist. 1994-02-26.
- Benjamin Y. Lowe (2005-11-08). "Woman in Clinton affair gets $90,000; The former official at West Chester Friends filed suit, charging bias over her firing in 2003". Philadelphia Inquirer. p. B3.
- David Plotz (1998-01-29). "All The President's Women". Slate. Retrieved 2008-08-23.
- Ten Enter Atlantic City Semi-Finals. (1958-09-07). The Washington Post and Times Herald (1954-1959), p. A3. Retrieved 2008-09-11, from ProQuest Historical Newspapers The Washington Post (1877 - 1992) database. (Document ID: 121132944).
- Associated Press (1990-11-09). "Former Ark. Beauty Queen Beats Snags to Run Great Wall of China". The Commercial Appeal. p. A15.
- "Area Universities, Colleges Graduate 22,000 This Spring; Celebrities Speak". St. Louis Post-Dispatch. 1991-05-12.
- Nat Hentoff (1999-01-19). "The Trashing of Clinton's Women". The Village Voice. Retrieved 2008-08-23.
- Our President/Their Scandal: The Role of the British Press in Keeping the Clinton Scandals Alive By Michael Goldfarb, Shorenstein Fellow, Spring 1999 (England)
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