It’s never too early to be ‘Ready for Hillary’

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U. S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton waits to speak as she is introduced at Singapore Management University, Saturday, Nov. 17, 2012, in Singapore.
U. S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton waits to speak as she is introduced at Singapore Management University, Saturday, Nov. 17, 2012, in Singapore.
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The current president delivered his inaugural address just one week ago, but fans of Hillary Clinton have already started their financial engines for 2016.

Supporters of the outgoing Secretary of State registered a new super PAC called “Ready for Hillary” Friday with the Federal Election Commission, reports the Center for Public Integrity. The money-raising committee is the second pro-Clinton organization of its kind this cycle; an Iowa resident created the “Hillary Clinton Super PAC” in January.

The latest effort comes from Allida Black, a George Washington University professor who supported similar efforts for Clinton in 2008. Her group then–called WomenCount PAC–raised over $350,000 in its first month, fueled by donors eager to keep Clinton in the Democratic primary.

It's never too early to be 'Ready for Hillary'

Updated