Intern Jessica Lis works at the Ready for Hillary super PAC offices in Arlington, Va., on April 3, 2015. The super PAC that has promoted Hillary Clinton on college campuses, at Democratic rallies and book signings for the former secretary of state will wind down their operations if and when Clinton announces her campaign for president.
Intern Jessica Lis works at the Ready for Hillary super PAC offices in Arlington, Va., on April 3, 2015. The super PAC that has promoted Hillary Clinton on college campuses, at Democratic rallies and book signings for the former secretary of state will wind down their operations if and when Clinton announces her campaign for president. AP
Intern Jessica Lis works at the Ready for Hillary super PAC offices in Arlington, Va., on April 3, 2015. The super PAC that has promoted Hillary Clinton on college campuses, at Democratic rallies and book signings for the former secretary of state will wind down their operations if and when Clinton announces her campaign for president. AP

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