With the recent backing of senate majority leader Harry Reid and growing support from other party bigwigs it looks like Hilary Rodman Clinton will be the Democratic Party’s strongest contender for nomination as presidential candidate in the 2016 elections.
Clinton lost the party’s nomination in 2008 in a close match with Barack Obama. This year, most polls show not only her popularity with the voting public but with party stalwarts as well. There is talk that she is “too old” for the presidency but that is all her detractors could put up against her. Most party leaders say that, considering her tenure as a senator and as secretary of state, Clinton is the most experienced in foreign as well as domestic policy among the ranks of possible Democratic Party candidates.
It is also time the U. S. elected a female president.