Republican win shapes 2016 presidential race

2014-11-10 05:10
Former Secretary of State Hillary  Clinton addresses the American Jewish Committee (AJC) Global Forum closing plenary in Washington. (Cliff Owen, AP)

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton addresses the American Jewish Committee (AJC) Global Forum closing plenary in Washington. (Cliff Owen, AP)

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Washington - Republicans and Democrats are speeding into a 2016 presidential campaign suddenly reshaped by last week's midterm Republican rout.

For potential Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton, there's an opportunity to run against the Republican-controlled Congress.

Republican governors considering the White House race are ready to use any further gridlock in Washington to their advantage.

Republican senators in the 2016 mix now have a stronger springboard into the contest.

Republicans are facing their most unpredictable presidential primary campaign in a generation.

On the Democratic side, Clinton remains the overwhelming favourite.

Possible candidates from both parties are expanding their networks of supporters and working out strategies as they contemplate their next step.

The first contests on the 2016 nominating calendar are roughly a year away.

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