Skip to comments.Five women who could run for president in 2016
Posted on 11/22/2012 8:37:15 PM PST by 2ndDivisionVet
America has never had a female major party candidate nominated to be president, but the odds are growing that it will happen in 2016.
The current favorite for the 2016 Democratic nomination is a woman, and there are at least four other potential candidates in both parties.
It isnt that female candidates havent tried. Hillary Clinton came the closest when she lost the Democratic nomination in 2008 to Barack Obama.
Heres a look at the top prospects for 2016, starting with the Democratic frontrunner.
The current Secretary of State is a huge favorite for the 2016 nomination for her party.
Clinton is expected to step down from her cabinet position next year. She would be 68 years old at the time of the 2016 convention.
The big question is if she will pursue the nomination.
Clinton has said in the past that she wasnt interested in a second presidential run. But political watchers believe it will be Clintons decision in about two years to pursue the nomination.
One sign that experts point to was the tireless work of her husband, President Bill Clinton, in the final weeks of the Obama campaign.
The Clintons have collected an impressive amount of political IOUs, so its unclear if anyone in the Democratic Party would contest her nomination if she ran...
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LOL...They cannot be serious?
Warren in any other state besides Mass, she would barely win dog catcher...
The Dems would be more likely to nominate Villarigosa or Castro than Hillary.
Gov Palin in a landslide
Ubango’s experience: 0
Hillary’s experience: bills wife
The GOP is building a good team for the future.
We should have many good choices to choose from.
You mean the ones they left out to dry this time around?
Yeah I can see they have a good track record of picking fine candidates that lose
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