Thursday, January 22, 2015

2016 Could Be Clinton's (To Win or Lose)

According to early public opinions polled by the Washington Post, former First Lady, former NY senator, and former secretary of state, Hilliary Clinton, should have more than a decent chance at winning the presidential election in 2016 to become the first female president of the United States.

Of course, we all kinda thought that back in 2008, right before an relatively unknown junior senator threw a wrench in that and got himself elected president.  However, it's unlike the Clinton team will allow anything like that to happen a second time. 

Furthermore, her numbers against potential GOP candidates are quite decent and should pit her well against candidates from other political dynasties. 

While the post remained focused on the numbers, we are still months away from any official announcements by any candidates, including Clinton, and much political, economic, and international events or dramas can cause a shift in the climate around Washington. 

But if things goes smoothly with the economy continuing to pick up and Russia and ISIS continue to be put in check or resolutions come to fruition, it'll definitely put the pressure on her opponents more than Clinton. 

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