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HILLARY CLINTON FOR PRESIDENT
Hillary Clinton Campaign Launches Grassroots Organizing Program In All 50 States
Ready For Hillary Starts Spreading Its Money Around To Key States
Insanely Early 2016 Speculation (Hillary Clinton Edition)
Political writer and blogger at ChrisWeigant.com
Before she even announces, she is already the clear frontrunner -- and my prediction is that she will remain in the front of the pack for the entire election season. As long as she stays healthy.
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WATCH: Mary Steenburgen: 'I'm Torn' Over Whether Close Friend Hillary Should Run In 2016
Please Stop Talking About Hillary Clinton's 2016 'Diet'
Executive Women's Editor, The Huffington Post
We are already subjected to enough insane coverage about famous women's fluctuating weights, slim-down "tricks" and "bikini bodies." Please leave Hillary Clinton's political campaign out of it.
Boycott the Olympics? Russian Vodka? NBC? Maybe -- Here Are 5 Other Ripe Targets
Queer Voices Editor-at-Large, The Huffington Post
As Russia moves in a very dark direction, a line must be drawn in the sand. American companies and politicians who court LGBT people are going to have stand against this brutal regime in no uncertain terms. And it must be expressed in actions, not just words.
Hillary 2016 Gets Early Boost From Top Retired General
Harry Reid: Benghazi Won't Stop Hillary Clinton In 2016
Hillary-Michelle In 2016?
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Clinton Leaving The World Stage, But For How Long?
A Clinton Campaign Would Help Obama
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Even before Barack Obama handily won reelection last month, speculation about whether Hillary Clinton would run for president was growing strong. This speculation has only gotten stronger in recent months.
Forget Obama, Draft Hillary
Retired producer for NBC Nightly News
Bernie Sanders says President Obama is so weak in his dealings with Republicans that he should be forced to face opposition in next year's Democratic primaries. He didn't name another candidate, but I'd like to suggest one: Hillary Clinton.
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