2016 Campaigns Have Already Begun
The shorter campaign cycle is dead. Long live 2016.
Barely eight months removed from the 2012 presidential saga, super PACs are sprouting to buck up Hillary Clinton, and GOP hopefuls are already hitting the early-state circuit — and attempting to woo donors.
All but absent is the (somewhat disingenuous) lamenting about a permanent campaign driven by a horse race-obsessed media; some of the likely GOP candidates are practically flaunting their efforts to get an early jump on the competition.