A recent fundraising push. The pro-Clinton PAC asks supporters in San Francisco to max out at an event hosted by Susie Tompkins Buell and Sandy Robertson.
In a new Vogue profile, the Kentucky libertarian’s mom Carol said her son is waiting until after the midterms to announce his 2016 presidential bid. “Rand says he won’t declare that he’s going to run until after 2014,” she said. “Groundwork has to be set.”
Thirty-five months out. “I’m well-acquainted with how important it is to get an early start in this state,” says Spirou.
The small Hudson Valley town that learned to love living with the former First Family doesn’t want Hillary going anywhere but the White House. “The town is on board,” says Greenberg.
Obama weighs in: “A lot’s been said about our personal relationship, and here’s what I know…you’ve become a great friend.”
Once a week, Shift talks one-on-one with some of the world’s most powerful and influential women. We begin today with New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, who tells us she plans to push for a female presidential candidate — Hillary Clinton, namely — in 2016.