Hillary Clinton may have lost the White House to President Donald Trump last November, but that isn’t going to stop the twice failed presidential candidate from making a campaign trail comeback.
According to The Hill, Clinton wants to play a central role in next year’s midterm elections by helping Democratic candidates win election and potentially retake Congress. Clinton has already launched a PAC for next year’s election, signaling her seriousness in fundraising and aiding grassroots candidates.
Sources who spoke with the Hill said Clinton is likely to target nearly two dozen Republican-controlled districts that she won in last year’s election.
“She’s very well aware of how she performed in those districts,” a “longtime Clinton confidant” told the Hill.