Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and his fundraising team have planned to raise a good amount of money for the presidential primaries when she will launch her much-awaited election campaign for 2016.
According to the reports, she will be avoiding general election fundraising initially.
Democrats, who were familiar with the fundraising plans, said that the campaign finance strategy will help in avoiding anything being taken for granted despite her influential and dominant position among the potential candidates from the party for presidential election.
The Democrats revealed the plans on condition of anonymity, saying they are still not authorized to publicly disclose Clinton’s plans for election campaign.
News portal BuzzFeed first reported the news of Clinton’s fundraising plans.
Dennis Cheng, who was a member of the fundraising team for the Clinton Foundation and Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign in 2008, will be leading the finance operation of the former Secretary of State.
The fundraisers behind Clinton’s last presidential campaign raised money together for both primary and general elections. This limited the use of some funds for the campaign in the primary election against President Barack Obama.