Halimah Abdullah, CNN – June 4, 2014
The path to the presidency is especially challenging for Republican women and it contrasts sharply with Democrats who – as buzz grows around Hillary Clinton – may be poised to nominate the first female presidential candidate of either major party.
Pew Research Center – May 19, 2014
As the 2016 presidential campaign begins to take shape, Washington experience has become less of a potential asset for those seeking the White House.
Gabriel Debenedetti, Reuters – May 15, 2014
Most Americans have a favorable view of former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and think she will win the 2016 presidential election, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Thursday.
Liz Kreutz, ABC News – May 7, 2014
Hillary says we should “crack the glass ceiling” and elect a woman President.
Byron York, Washington Examiner – April 24, 2014
Warren is repeating previous statements that she will not run for president in 2016. But her denials aren’t really denials, and her party’s unique presidential circumstances give Warren plenty of room to run.
Ed O’Keefe, Washington Post – April 22, 2014
With the release of her memoir, political insiders are wondering, will Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) run for president? If she does, Warren poses the biggest threat to expected Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton.
Jennifer Steinhauer, New York Times – April 22, 2014
Never has there been so much rising female talent in the Democratic Party, with a record 20 women in the Senate, 16 of them Democrats.
Jackie Kucinich, Washington Post – April 16, 2014
Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.), fresh off a barn-burner of a speech in New Hampshire this weekend, is also the latest Republican who’s name is being floated as a contender for the top of the GOP ticket in 2016 – whether she likes it or not.
Scott Conroy, Real Clear Politics – April 11, 2014
Tennessee Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn will consider running for president in 2016 — if she sees an opportunity to do so, an aide to the 7th District Republican told RealClearPolitics.
Jay Newton-Small, TIME – March 11, 2014
New York Democratic Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand tells TIME she’ll consider running “someday,” but says Hillary Clinton will be “our first woman president.”