Black People Politics : Joe Biden camp to allies: Be ready

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    (CNN)Vice President Joe Biden has personally made a series of calls this week to Democratic strategists from Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina, asking a final round of detailed questions about how -- not whether -- to launch a 2016 presidential campaign.

    People familiar with the conversations tell CNN that Biden has been making the calls throughout the week, including on Wednesday, just as many leading Democrats argued the window to a potential candidacy was closing in the wake of
    Hillary Clinton's strong performance in the party's first presidential debate. He is asking these people to work for him if he runs.

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    EXCLUSIVE: Draft Biden Group Just “Waiting For The Vice President To Decide”

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    Joe Biden is likely to finally decide in the next three days whether he will run for president after serving as second-in-command for nearly eight years in the Obama administration, reports CNN.

    The decision comes amid looming filing deadlines in primary states and lots of ground to cover to raise money to fund the campaign.

    In Alabama, November 6 is listed as the filing deadline for Democratic candidates, followed by November 9 in Arkansas, November 10 in Texas, November 20 in Louisiana, November 27 in New Hampshire and November 30 in Illinois, according to
    Ballotpedia.

    On the money front, Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders have each
    raised more than $25 million in the last three months, highlighting just how much ground Biden has to make up if he does decide to jump into the race.

    One thing Biden apparently does not have to worry about is a campaign apparatus, thanks to the
    Draft Biden 2016 Super-PAC, which has garnered 200,000 signatures from voters urging him to run for president.

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    http://newsone.com/3211459/exclusive-draft-biden-group-waiting-for-joe-biden-election-2016/
     
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