Clinton leads potential opponents in new poll
“We’re doing Google ads and Facebook ads to drive support in an effort to capture all the enthusiasm for Hillary across the country,” the group’s communications director, Seth Bringman, told Yahoo News. “Our goal is to build up that army of supporters as big as possible and show her the support that she has.”
Ready for Hillary, which has already held rallies in key battleground states like Florida and Michigan, hopes that its growing number of supporters will help push the former first lady and New York senator to run. Meanwhile, Clinton herself has drummed up large crowds at profitable speaking events across the country.
“We couldn’t speak for her,” said Bringman. “But we hope that the support is being seen every single day.”
Clinton hasn't lost any of her popularity since leaving the State Department in February. Yahoo has seen fairly regular searches for the keyword "Hillary Clinton" over the last two years — and while that may be the norm for high-profile celebrities, it’s something of a rarity for politicos other than the president.
It's way too early for this stuff. However, this is pretty interesting given how Republicans couldn't make Benghazi stick to Hilary. They can't even connect the IRS thing to the Obama administration. They've basically proven themselves completely incompetent to have anything really stick to the administration in the way they tried to do it with Clinton's administration. Given all of that, Hillary seems to be positioning herself for a 2016 run. Democrats don't seem to have any front runners other than her. So they may as well build on her popularity and try to cut off any rising Republican contenders.