Clinton advisers traveling to New Hampshire, Iowa
WASHINGTON (AP) Hillary Rodham Clinton's likely campaign manager is traveling to the early voting states of New Hampshire and Iowa this week for meetings with key Democratic activists as the former secretary of state prepares for an expected presidential campaign.
Robby Mook, who is expected to be Clinton's campaign manager, was visiting New Hampshire on Monday and Tuesday and Iowa on Wednesday and Thursday for meetings with party officials and activists, Democrats familiar with the plans say. The people were not authorized to speak publicly about internal planning.
Mook will be joined by Marlon Marshall, who is expected to play a senior role in Clinton's campaign. Clinton allies have said if she runs she will not take anything for granted.
The visits were reported by WMUR and The Des Moines Register.