Hillary Clinton is preparing to hit the campaign trail again in a variety of appearances for Democratic candidates across the country, Politico reports.
Clinton will be devoting time especially to races for the Senate — the body in which she previously served for eight years, and where Democrats are locked in a tight battle to hold on to their majority. She will be making appearances for Democratic-held seats in Colorado, Iowa, New Hampshire, and North Carolina, and for Democratic challengers in Georgia and Kentucky.
"She is working to help Democrats win in order to help protect core Democratic values. That is the goal," Clinton spokesman Nick Merrill told the site. Though one can also imagine that at many of these campaign stops, quite a few attendees (and media commentators) will be speculating about whether her stump speeches might be a sneak preview of another presidential campaign in the 2016 cycle.