illary Clinton is considering selecting another woman as her vice presidential running mate, according to campaign officials.
Following her convincing win over her Democratic rival Bernie Sanders in New York last week, she has already begun turning her attention to November’s general election.
This offers the intriguing possibility of not just the first female party nominee but the prospect of an all-woman ticket.
This week, John Podesta, her campaign chairman, told the Boston Globe that women would certainly be on the list of possible vice-presidential candidates: “We’ll start with a broad list and then begin to narrow it. But there is no question that there will be women on that list,” he said.
Such a bold move would stand in contrast to her failed run in 2008 when she shied from emphasising her historic status as potentially the first female nominee for America’s highest office.