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originally posted by: ketsuko
originally posted by: amazing
If she gets the nomination, I think she'll wait to see who her Republican adversary picks first.
Generally, I thought VPs were announced prior to conventions and the Republicans are going in July this cycle with the Dems going later on, so she will have plenty of time to wait on her announcement. They generally like to make the big, official announcement at the convention although it may be known earlier.
originally posted by: queenofswords
My prediction: Julian Castro
Castro offered to endorse Clinton the third time he was ever in the same room as her, when they ran into each other at the National Council of La Raza convention in Kansas City in July. She wanted to wait, but when her campaign was trying to accelerate the end of Vice President Joe Biden’s 2016 flirtation, they quickly came calling. Standing in the back of the ballroom of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute gala at the beginning of October, they sealed it.
Their event together in San Antonio, when Clinton said she’d “look really hard” at Castro, was the only time she’s said anything about any potential vice presidential pick. These days, all a campaign official would say is, “Hillary Clinton greatly appreciates the endorsement and support he’s shown for her campaign.”
originally posted by: matafuchs
Keith Ellison. I have mentioned this before in this thread.
originally posted by: ~Lucidity
This might make a few heads explode.
If HRC is the nominee, she'd be better off with BS, if he doesn't go independent, than with EW. But those are just random ramblings, as I've decided not to care. It doesn't matter.