Hilary Clinton will officially announce her presidential candidacy on Sunday in the form of a video message, according to CNN.
Following the announcement, Hillary plans to make a trip to
early-voting states of Iowa and New Hampshire to start appealing to
to Iowa, where a third-place finish in 2008 ultimately led to the
collapse of her presidential aspirations, illustrates what aides say is a
commitment to not take anything for granted in her second bid for the
White House, even though she dominates the likely Democratic field in
has already filmed her campaign video, a person close to the campaign
said, which outlines the central themes of her second bid for the White
House. The message is intended to send a signal to Democrats that she
intends to aggressively fight for the party’s presidential nomination.
offers a glimpse into why she is embarking on another presidential
campaign. She writes about her new granddaughter, Charlotte, and calls
for equal opportunity for her generation.
grandmother has made me think deeply about the responsibility we all
share as stewards of the world we inherit and will one day pass on,”
Clinton, 68, writes in the epilogue. “Rather than make me want to slow
down, it has spurred me to speed up.”
decision will sweep aside more than a year of speculation about her
political aspirations and allow her to start making her case to voters.
Advisers say she knows that Democratic activists are not interested in a
coronation and she intends to campaign as though she has a tough