Dreaming of the White House

Is it too early to think about who’s running for president in 2016, three years from now?

Not in Washington, a city with more campaign consultants than dry cleaners.

After all, we’re talking about a business that raised and spent more than $2 billion, employed thousands of people and consumed more than two years of planning, fundraising and campaigning during the last presidential election. And that was for a race in which Democrats knew who their nominee would be. This time, both parties have a wide-open field, at least in theory. CONT.

Doyle McManus, Los Angeles Times

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