Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal said Sunday it's still way too early to announce whether or not he's running for President in 2016.
Jindal, the head of the Republican Governors Association and a former congressman, said he wants to focus on "winning the war of ideas" before making a definitive decision on his presidential ambitions.
"As Republicans, we have a lot of races we have to win before then," Jindal said.
But, joined by a number of Republican leaders vying for attention on the right, Jindal isn’t the only political heavyweight possibly giving a preview of the possible match in 2016.
Meanwhile, “the former Secretary of State and First Lady, who celebrated her sixty-sixth birthday on Saturday, is starting to look a lot like someone picking up the pace for a presidential campaign with a series of speeches,” McPike says.
“Right after giving three speeches in just three days last week, Hillary Clinton announced she’ll speak again on women’s issues Friday night in Philadelphia” McPike says.
“But we can't forget Vice President Biden. He is laying low, not getting the same attention as Clinton. But he has been poking around Iowa a little bit, so it’s pretty clear he’s still got a little skin in the game.”