After midterms, the race for the White House is on

Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at a campaign rally for Maryland gubernatorial candidate Anthony Gregory Brown and running mate for Lt. Governor Ken Ulman on October 30, 2014 in College Park, MarylandLet the campaign begin. Fresh off the resounding Republican win in midterm elections, all eyes — and political minds — in Washington are now narrowing in on the 2016 presidential election. For the Democrats, smarting from a sound Republican beating, Hillary Clinton — the former secretary of state and former first lady — is not officially a candidate, but is the presumptive nominee. While Tuesday’s big win for Republicans is a major slap in the face to Democrats, who lost control of the Senate, it is not necessarily bad news for Clinton if she decides to make another run for the White House, eight years after losing to Barack Obama in the primaries.

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