Early Thursday, Politico’s Mike Allen reported that Hillary might wait until July to announce her candidacy. With a weak Democrat field, Hillary Clinton is taking this time to develop her staff and her message.
"The danger–and a reason the plan could be scrapped–is that the comparatively leisurely rollout could fuel complaints among nervous Dems that she is treating the nomination fight as a coronation," Allen said. "Already, her allies are contemplating the possibility that she may not have to debate before the general election."
The delay in her announcement creates complications for the super PACs that have been built ahead of her announcement to run.
The "Ready for Hillary" PAC expects to go out of business once the campaign is announced. This delay causes them to fund their grassroots activities longer.