As the primary process draws closer to convention, candidates on both sides of the aisle are beginning to consider possible running mates.
According to Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, John Podesta, the Democratic front-runner will be open to the possibility of an all-female ticket.
“We’ll start with a broad list and then begin to narrow it down,” said Podesta to the Boston Globe. “But there is no question that there will be women on that list.”
For many, this raises suspicions that Clinton will try to tap Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), who is wildly popular among some leftists for her far-left progressive ideology.
As the Democratic primary becomes more and more contentious, Clinton will need to find a means of creating inroads with disenfranchised supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders, and Warren may very well serve that purpose.
Warren is seen as an outsider of sorts who opposes the status quo through her relentless attacks on Wall Street and campaign contributions, a particular point of contention among supporters of Sanders. (Read more from “One Name Rises up as Campaign Chief Says Clinton Run May Be Doubly Historic” HERE)