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Hillary Clinton Gets Another Nudge for 2016

Paging, Hillary Clinton. Emily’s List, the influential abortion-rights group that backs Democratic women, unveiled an initiative Thursday to help put a woman in the White House. The group announced a six-figure digital media campaign and new polling that shows a strong appetite for a female commander-in-chief as part of its “Madame President” campaign. Emily’s List plans to target voters in battleground states and stage events in the early voting states of Iowa, Nevada and New Hampshire.


Poll: Christie is Republicans' third choice to run for president

Chris Christie - AP

Gov. Chris Christie is the third most popular choice to run for president in 2016 among Republicans, according to a new national poll released today by Fairleigh Dickinson University.


Barbara Bush on Jeb run: 'We've had enough Bushes'

Barbara Bush - AP

Amid the celebration surrounding the opening of son George W. Bush's presidential library, former first lady Barbara Bush is brushing aside talk of a Jeb Bush run for the White House.


George W. Bush: Jeb should run in 2016

Jeb Bush - USA Today

Jeb Bush has a strong backer should he decide to run for president in 2016: Brother and former President George W. Bush. When PARADE magazine asked the former president if the United States is "ready for another Bush," George W. replied: "That's for Jeb to figure out, you know what I mean?"


Hillary Clinton leads Bush, Rubio in Florida poll

Hillary Clinton - WC

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has double-digit leads over either of Florida's favorite sons, former Gov. Jeb Bush or U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, in an early look at the 2016 presidential election, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today.


Romney: GOP, conservatives 'have not lost our way'

Romney represents the GOP's old guard as younger Republicans such as Marco Rubio and Rand Paul are in spotlight at conservative event... The event known as CPAC often shines the spotlight on the up-and-comers of the Republican Party and is a critical proving ground for presidential hopefuls. More than a dozen potential 2016 presidential candidates — including Sens. Marco Rubio and Rand Paul, Rep. Paul Ryan and Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal — are all on this year's program and represent a new generation of Republican leaders.


Will new term be Biden's ticket to a presidency bid?

Joe Biden

Vice presidency has historically been a golden ticket to a presidential nomination. Will it work for Joe Biden in 2016?


Analysis: Not too early to talk about 2016

Get ready: The 2016 campaign for the White House is getting under way. Among those attending next week's Republican Governors Association meeting in Las Vegas are the group's chairman, Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell, as well as popular Republicans such as New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal.


Hillary Clinton rules out 2016 White House bid

Are you sure Hillary Rodham Clinton is running for president in 2016? Be careful how much you bet on it. The secretary of State told Marie Claire magazine she won't seek the presidency again in four years. "You know?" she said. "I am not." (The comments are at the end of the article.)


The Caucus: Bill Clinton Unsure of Wife's 2016 Plans

Hillary Clinton

Former President Bill Clinton said Sunday that he had “no earthly idea” whether his wife might decide to run for the presidency in 2016, but that he had never met a more qualified public servant and that she would have his full support no matter what she decides.

Senh: I know. We're not even done with this year's election, and the media's already moving on to 2016.


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