On Thursday, Democrats announced Hillary Clinton will possibly delay her 2016 campaign announcement. She has decided to delay the announcement as a result of not facing any potential Democrat seeking the nomination. Democrats have reported that Clinton will postpone until July, giving her the option to announce an exploratory committee in April. By starting in July, she would be able have plenty of time to gather a lot of money for their first report. Ready for Hillary, the super PAC that was built in anticipation of a Clinton announcement is now expecting to fund its data-gathering and grass-root movement longer than expected.
Some Democrats see this as a belief that Hillary sees the nomination fight as a coronation. Her political supporters are expecting her not to have to debate before the general election. The 2016 election cycle has gotten underway on the Republican side. Fellow Republicans Jeb Bush, Chris Christie and Scott Walker have created exploratory committees to aid in fundraising and to promote their ideas. Rand Paul, Mitt Romney, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and Rick Perry have recently increased their number of staff in the anticipation of a bid for the White House. Read More at Examiner.com
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