The 2016 Democratic Presidential nominee that won the vote but lost the election is getting back on the campaign trail for fellow Democrats….
While some Republicans still are saying ‘lock her up’?
Crowds greet the former First Lady, Senator and Sec of State with stand ovations when she arrives at evens….
Hillary Clinton is expected to campaign next month alongside Andrew Gillum, the Democratic nominee for Florida governor, sources told The Hill on Wednesday.
The sources say Clinton’s and Gillum’s teams are still ironing out the details, but they expect Clinton will appear at at least one public event with the Tallahassee mayor — and assist his campaign in other ways.
The commitment indicates Clinton is still considered a valuable asset even in states where she lost during her 2016 bid for the presidency. Allies say it proves she is also a draw even with progressive candidates like Gillum, who endorsed Clinton during the 2016 Democratic presidential primary and was on an early list of potential running mates.
“She’s trying to be helpful in any way she can,” said one longtime Clinton ally. “I think this is proof of those efforts. She’s doing everything she can to help Democrats in winning.”
The Hill has reached out to Gillum’s campaign for comment.
Polls have consistently shown Gillum leading former Rep. Ron DeSantis (R) in the race to replace Gov. Rick Scott (R). DeSantis, a vocal supporter of President Trump, stepped down from Congress earlier this month to focus on the campaign.
Clinton is set to have a dizzying schedule in the weeks leading up to the midterm elections in November.
In October, she will be headlining a fundraiser for Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.), and sources say she is also expected to appear alongside Democratic National Committee (DNC) Chairman Tom Perez for a dinner in Chicago.
“She’s an incredibly powerful force still in Democratic politics,”…