Happy New Year to the more than a dozen people thinking about running for president. Now, get busy. It’s 2015 and time for prospective 2016 candidates to get serious about what they need to do to position themselves to have a chance at a successful campaign.
While the next election may seem distant, it really isn’t. The Iowa caucuses, the voting that starts the nomination process, are only about 13 months away, and some lesser-important events like candidate debates and straw polls will arrive much sooner. The legwork the prospective candidates do during the first quarter of 2015 will include trying to line up endorsements, recruiting staff and volunteers, and raising money.
“It’s the start of the invisible primary,” said Linda Fowler, a government professor at Dartmouth College and longtime New Hampshire primary watcher. “People who wait until the fall have been very disadvantaged and have typically not been able to put the resources together.”
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