Hillary Clinton to visit Florida often in 2014

Former U.S. Secretary of State Clinton will be in Florida often in 2014.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Clinton will be in Florida often in 2014.

There can be no doubt that Florida Democrats love Hillary Clinton and the feeling is mutual. While Clinton has been very careful not to even hint at a possible run at the White House in 2016 there is little doubt she will do some traveling to see if the love is still around.

That will bring her to central Florida as well as to the greater Miami area. You can also expect her to be talking to her big money donors in Florida and the Sunshine State has been a pot of gold for Ms. Clinton in the past.

She is also expected to do plenty of work for Charlie Crist in his run to defeat Rick Scott in the governor’s race.

According to POLITICO it seems that Ms. Clinton is becoming an avid user of Twitter. She was busy this past week  tweeting holiday wishes to her growing number of followers, Clinton noted the year ahead, which will be a big one for her and her supporters. In an interview with Barbara Walters that aired last week, Clinton said that she would decide in 2014 whether she’ll launch a long-speculated presidential bid for 2016.

Clinton also took time last week to weigh in on congressional developments — again on Twitter — questioning the cuts to food stamps and unemployment benefits.

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