Employee and interns pack up orders at the Ready for Hillary super Pac store in Arlington, Va. (AP/Andrew Harnik)
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Hillary Rodham Clinton will end months of speculation about her political future and launch her long-awaited 2016 presidential campaign Sunday, according to people familiar with her plans.Clinton has been a high-profile figure in American politics for more than two decades since her husband, Bill Clinton, won the presidency in 1992, and her fame still eclipses her other likely Democratic contenders and Republican opponents.One Democrat familiar with campaign rollout said Clinton's stops would include visits to people's homes in those early states.Clinton, 67, has sounded out potential campaign themes during public appearances, casting herself as both a love-filled new grandmother with a vested concern in the future and a wise ex-diplomat who understands how countries thrive and fail.In contrast to her 2008 campaign, Clinton has shown signs she will not play down how being a woman distinguishes her from the 44 men who have previously become president.Republicans have been preparing for a second Clinton campaign since she left Obama's administration in early 2013 .
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