Hillary’s Question: Not If, But How
Matt Bai, Yahoo News – February 6, 2014
Let’s be clear about this much: no matter what the soothsayers on cable TV tell you, Hillary Clinton is no more likely to clear the Democratic field and avoid a primary in 2016 than Dennis Rodman is to become her secretary of state.
Amy Chozick, New York Times – January 24, 2014
The gravitational pull of a possible 2016 campaign is bringing all the old Clinton characters into her orbit. Can she make the stars align, or will chaos prevail?
Chris Christie-Susana Martinez: Is This Your 2016 Republican Ticket?
David A. Graham, The Atlantic – November 11, 2013
Sure, that’s three years, one long and bitterly contested GOP primary, and a running-mate-selection process away, but it’s fun to speculate.
Why Elizabeth Warren Should Run for President
Joshua Green, Bloomberg Business Week – November 11, 2013
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren would be Hillary Clinton’s “nightmare” if she decided to challenge Clinton for the 2016 Democratic nomination.
Hillary’s Nightmare? A Democratic Party That Realizes Its Soul Lies With Elizabeth Warren
Noam Scheiber, New Republic – November 10, 2013
Clinton-era nostalgia is always a news cycle away from curdling into Clinton fatigue. Sometimes, all it takes is a single issue and a fresh face to bring the bad memories flooding back.
2016: The Year of the Presidential Woman?
Jake Miller, CBS News – August 9, 2013
One thing that is remarkable about the field, though, is the number of women identified as plausible candidates.
The GOP’s Female Candidate Problem
Scott Conroy and Caitlin Huey-Burns, Real Clear Politics – July 26, 2013
As the GOP works to close the gap with female voters — who composed the majority of the 2012 electorate and supported President Obama over Mitt Romney by a 12-point margin — no viable Republican woman appears inclined to throw her hat in the 2016 ring.
Susana Martinez: No to Presidency, Down on Immigration Reform
Reid Wilson, National Journal – June 5, 2013
Gov. Susana Martinez has a one-word answer for anyone who asks whether she’ll run for president: No.
For 2016, Remember the Women
Lara Brown, U.S. News & World Report – April 3, 2013
How can a woman win a party nomination if she’s not even talked about as a possible candidate?
The Daring Dozen: Women to Watch for 2016
Marlo Thomas, Huffington Post – February 15, 2013
With all eyes cast on 2016, is it a safe bet that Hillary Clinton has a lock on the Presidency, or at least her party’s nomination? Think of all the other women politicians, in both parties, who have been so inspired by Hillary’s example that they have begun to strategize their own paths to the Oval Office.