Take former Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer. In December, with just weeks left his term, he was asked on CNN whether he might run for president.
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"I'm governor of Montana until January," he said. "At that point, I'll no longer have a governor's mansion, I won't have a driver, I won't have security, so I'll have a little time on my hands. I think I did mention that I have a warm regard for the people of Iowa and New Hampshire."
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But if Clinton doesn't run and no one is sure what is doing then Gillibrand could have just got a head start.
Before Gillibrand's trip, no Democrat remotely considered a potential presidential candidate would even set foot in the state fearing it would somehow offend Team Hillary Clinton.
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Yes, Gillibrand was on the right message. When asked by WMUR if she was thinking about a presidential run, she quickly demurred to Hillary talk.
potential candidates for president like Jon Huntsman, Rand Paul and Bobby Jindal have all visited the state.
away with the nomination and then beats whichever Republican," Schweitzer told AP. "It's lights out."
It didn't grab a lot of headlines, but New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand's quiet trip to the state last week, could have raised the curtain for the 2016 New Hampshire Primary on the Democratic side.
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