Hillary’s Army: The 2016 shadow campaign

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WASHINGTON — Hillary Clinton, an undeclared but not uninterested 2016 presidential hopeful, is the beneficiary of a swelling army of political operatives and organizations working on her behalf. Nothing is officially sanctioned but that’s no matter as the Ready for Hillary superpac continues to grow and former Obama campaign operatives work on Clinton’s “shadow” campaign.

Time Magazine’s Mark Halperin has the latest in his Wednesday piece. Excerpt: “the other boost for Ready for Hillary has come from Obama’s political machine. Inside Obama world, the battle scars of the 2008 nomination fight have faded, and there is widespread excitement about a Clinton candidacy; her service in the Administration has made her the clear, if unofficial, legatee.”

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