Hillary Supporters Launch ‘Ready for Hillary’ super-PAC for 2016

Monday, January 28, 2013


A group of Hillary Clinton supporters is launching a campaign to draft her to run for president — the first major push from an outside group for her to run.

Ready for Hillary, a super-PAC and filed with the Federal Election Commission late last week, plans to roll out a website in the coming weeks.

It has already been active online, with nearly 50,000 Twitter followers and almost 30,000 people following the group on Facebook.

The effort is being spearheaded by Allida Black and Judy Beck, two longtime Clinton supporters who were on Clinton’s Virginia Women’s Steering Committee in 2008 and helped her raise more than $100,000.

SOURCE: The Hill

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11 Responses to Hillary Supporters Launch ‘Ready for Hillary’ super-PAC for 2016

  1. Rachel says:

    I am thrilled. Hillary is running in ’16 and she will slay any and all Republican challenger. I love seeing these rightwing worms tremble in her presence. The Benghazi hearings was proof of her intellectual superiority. Just think? Democrats will hold the White House for sixteen years. Woo hoo!

  2. Adirondacky says:

    Count on me! I’m donating!!!

  3. DMason says:

    Plus, I read Hillary Clinton finally paid off her campaign debt from the 2008 election. I have no idea how much she was in the hole but it had to be a sizable sum of money. Now, Hillary can go into 2016 with no debt to carry over. Elections are shockingly expensive to operate. It’s all so exciting!

  4. Pechanga says:

    What a lovely campaign picture of Hillary. Just beautiful.

    As for her Super-PAC, is there any doubt she’s running in 2016? This is the start of her campaign launch and yes, I will be contributing too.

  5. Randy Arroyo says:

    Aren’t we a bunch of wonks? President Obama hasn’t been president a month and already, we’re talking about Hillary Clinton and 2016? I wasn’t so sure she would run but I think it’s inevitable now.

  6. feminazi says:

    I agree with Rachel Having watched the Benghazi hearings, I was floored by the behavior of several House and Senate Republicans seeking to score points by attacking Secretary Clinton with idiotic and nonsensical comments. Particularly, the bizarre question from Rand Paul about the U.S. sending arms to Turkey and Ron Johnson’s unprofessional argumentative questions. These men are petty and it was clear, they sought to injure Hillary before 2016. She dispensed of them easily.

  7. Harry says:

    This is the best picture of Hillary I’ve seen in 4 or 5 years. Very attractive and glamorous.

  8. ajihani says:

    I hope Hillary’s vision returns to pre-concussion levels. She’s a warrior and won’t let this idle her. I would be freaked out were it me.

  9. ChiTOM says:

    It’s curious President Obama has tacitly thrown his backing behind Hillary Clinton while ignoring his loyal vice president Joe Biden? Is there bad blood between Biden and Obama? Or is the president just acknowledging the historical reality that it is long past time the USA elected a female Commander in Chief?

  10. TOM339 says:

    The Democratic party would be hard pressed to find a more qualified candidate for president than Hillary Rodham Clinton.

    Personally, I hope she runs but I understand speculation that Hillary will be 69 years old in 2016. She wants to stay home, sleep in, eat, garden, write a book and shower her grandchildren (come on, Chelsea) with love and attention.

    Ultimately, the decision to run or not run will be hers.

  11. How or why someone would want to go through that ordeal, twice, is beyond me; but I’ve already cleared my calendar, for giving my all, to the next president of these United States, Hillary Rodham Clinton!

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