Hilary Clinton’s presidential nomination in 2016 is not a sure bet. Far left groups are “building a grassroots army in Iowa and New Hampshire in hopes of stopping” a Clinton nomination. The Hill,
At a minimum, the groups hope their efforts will push Clinton to the left. And if the political winds blow just right, the activists hope Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) will take the plunge — and turn their organizing work into the foundation for her candidacy.
Officials form Democracy For America, a liberal group, are getting involved in local-level politics by endorsing state House and Senate candidates in Iowa and New Hampshire in an effort to flip the states’ legislatures — and build momentum for 2016…
This is the first year DFA has included Iowa and New Hampshire as part of its Purple to Blue Project, which began in 2013 and aims to flip legislature seats in “purple” states to Democratic control.
Ready For Warren, a group that is trying to draft Warren to run for president, is planning to open field offices in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina, three early-contest states crucial to the primary process, said Erica Sagrans, the group’s campaign manager.
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