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Monday, December 4, 2006

It Begins

Clinton, who easily won re-election to a second term on Nov. 7, "is reaching out to her colleagues in the New York delegation and asking for their advice and counsel and their support if she decides to make a run," a top adviser, Howard Wolfson, told The Associated Press.

He noted that Clinton had said she would begin actively considering a run after the election. "That process has begun," Wolfson said. He said he did not know when she might make a decision or set up an exploratory committee.

Iowa Gov. Tom Vilsack already is in the race and Sen. Barack Obama of Illinois is among numerous other potential rivals who are expected to decide within a few weeks whether to run.

National polls have shown Clinton as the front-runner for the 2008 Democratic nomination.



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2 comments :

Ewwww that is so not nice! I was smiling right along enjoying your good blog and you hit me with the picture of a possible future.
Shame on ya LOL

NeverLeft

The nomination is hers to lose.

I don't want to scare you too bad, but you might stand in front of a mirror and say President Rodham a few times to see how it feels.