It’s not going to come as a surprise. So, when is Hillary Clinton going to announce that she is running for President of the United States in 2016? And why is she waiting?
Recent Presidential Races have proven to be more media driven than ever before, and by announcing that she will be running for office, Hillary would be open to an even higher level of public scrutiny than she already is, and will have to manage gracefully during her 2016 campaign. Currently filling the role of Secretary of State, with her fellow Democrat Barack Obama as President, announcing that she is running for president would only be a distraction before it needs to be. And once she makes that special announcement, you can certainly expect anything she touches to become overshadowed by her next endeavor.
Before we get to far into her candidacy, and the circus it has the potential to become, we should answer your question. We expect that Hillary Clinton to announce that she is running for President in mid-2015. Meanwhile, it will become more and more evident that she is gearing up for the fight of a lifetime. With the Republican’s eager to take back the White House, and the potential to become the first female President of the United States of America, Hillary is most likely already preparing her campaign strategy.
Why is She Waiting?
Hillary Clinton knows that by running for President, she will be under the microscope of media Worldwide for a long period of time. With a job still at hand in her current position, she simply cannot afford to publicly announce her plans. Additionally, the sooner that she announces her intentions, the sooner that the opposition can begin running slander campaigns, and using her words out of context in their best interest. The anti-campaign has become as important as campaigning for the party you represent in recent elections, which is part of what makes it so difficult when deciding who to vote for.
If you can’t really trust either party due to all of the slander in both directions, is it a wise decision to vote? We think not. Unfortunately, there is no real transparency left in government at the highest level, which means that your vote is really going towards one particular agenda either way. The act of voting is meaningful to many, but pointless to all.
If you do support Hillary Clinton announcing her plans to run for President, how can you show your support? Voting for who you want to win the 2016 election online is a free and easy way to voice your opinion.
Vote For Hillary Online
As we compile our official list of candidates for 2016, you will be able to vote online for the president here. This is a mock online poll for everyone – registered voters, adults, kids, students, those from foreign countries – anyone! Once Hillary officially announces that she is running for President, you will be able to cast your vote for free!