It looks like she’s finally ready, again.
Hillary Clinton, who unsuccessfully ran for the White House in 2008, is expected to announce her campaign for president on Sunday, according to a number of news outlets.
The Washington Post reported that an “announcement via social media and a video is planned for Sunday.”
The Guardian reported that the “former secretary of state is scheduled to declare her second run for president on Twitter at noon eastern time on Sunday…followed by a video and email announcement, then a series of conference calls mapping out a blitzkrieg tour beginning in Iowa and looking ahead to more early primary states.”
Should Clinton announce Sunday, she’ll be sharing the news cycle with another candidate: Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is expected to announce a campaign on Monday in Miami.