12 things to know about Hillary Clinton



Ready or not, here comes Hillary.

Clinton will today make official what for months — even years — has seemed inevitable: that she'll again run for president. 

All the while, a small political industry materialized around the Democrat's expected bid, including more than a dozen pro- and anti-Clinton super PACs that together have raised millions of dollars off her (until now) non-candidacy.

But the story of Clinton cash is as old as the Clinton political dynasty that began with husband Bill's election to the White House in 1992. Here's more about the former first lady, U.S. senator and secretary of state who could become the first woman to lead the nation:

Sources: Center for Public Integrity reporting, as well as the Center for Responsive Politics, ClintonFoundation.org, Federal Election Commission, Washington Post and U.S. Senate.

Image sources: Rona Proudfoot/Flickr, Richard Drew/AP, Dennis Van Tine/STAR MAX/IPx/AP, Kathy Willens/AP


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