QUOTE OF THE DAY: "I’m not with BoehnerJohn BoehnerDem drops out of race for Boehner's old seat Conservative allies on opposite sides in GOP primary fight Clinton maps out first 100 days MORE.” — Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.), on Speaker John BoehnerJohn BoehnerDem drops out of race for Boehner's old seat Conservative allies on opposite sides in GOP primary fight Clinton maps out first 100 days MORE’s (R-Ohio) leadership
POLL POSITION: Clinton, Rubio lead early 2016 front-runners
Hillary Clinton is the dominant 2016 primary favorite if she decides to mount a presidential run in 2016, while Sen. Marco RubioMarco RubioGroups unendorse Grayson after domestic violence allegations Trump postpones Hispanic roundtable Tim Kaine backs call to boost funding for Israeli missile defense MORE (R-Fla.) leads the GOP field, according to a new survey from Democratic pollster Public Policy Polling.
Clinton is the choice of more than six in 10 Democratic voters, vastly outpacing Vice President Biden, who is the choice of just 12 percent of those surveyed. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo pulls 5 percent of the electorate, Sen.-elect Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts earns 4 percent, and Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley is the choice for 2 percent of voters. Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick, Montana Gov. Brain Schweitzer and Sen. Mark WarnerMark WarnerTim Kaine backs call to boost funding for Israeli missile defense Democratic National Convention event calendar Liberal group: Kaine could be 'disastrous' VP pick MORE of Virginia each only earn 1 percent support from those surveyed.
Rubio is the early front-runner for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, according to a new national poll, the choice of 18 percent of Republican primary voters, with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) at 14 percent.
Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus says he has locked up the support needed for a second term in a new Web video.
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