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>> Because I'm with her.>>
Warren's getting a lot of the buzz right now. But a lot of the smart Democratic operatives we talked to say keep a close eye on three names that are getting much less attention, Virginia Senator Tim Kaine, Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown, and Julian Castro, the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development.
>> Cain is a well liked former Governor from the crucial swing state of Virginia. The harmonica playing son of an iron worker is also a former Catholic missionary in Honduras who speaks fluent Spanish.>>
> A big plus for courting the Hispanic vote in 2016. He wouldn't outshine Clinton as Warren is liable to do.
>> Understanding Cleveland->> Ohio Senator, Sherrod Brown, also seen as a shortlister.>> Like Warren from the progressive wing of the party, he's a low key senator with the air of a college professor hailing from a crucial battleground state where Donald Trump is trying to make inroads. But if he leaves his seat, a Republican would replace him.
The bolder move would be going with 41-year-old Julian Castro, the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, and a former mayor of San Antonio, Texas.>> She's gonna become the next president.>> An identical twin, he has a warm relationship with Clinton, endorsing her and campaigning with her early on.
He was a White House intern when Hilary was First Lady. And he started as a community organizer, just like President Barack Obama. Some argue he'd be too green for the job, but Castro could help rally younger voters and minorities, even though he's not fluent in Spanish. Let's throw in a dark horse here.
Tom Perez, he's President Obama's Labor Secretary. Known for bold ideas to help workers, pushing through new rules on overtime pay that big business hated, so he could help rally former Bernie Sanders' supporters.>> It'll be a tough decision for Clinton, as she weighs how to broaden her appeal while retaining the support of the Left leaning voters who backed her rival, Bernie Sanders, during the primary campaign.
Sanders isn't quite out of the race yet, but the two are less at odds than they were before. Still, it's less likely that he will be standing with her on stage when she makes her big announcement in the coming month.>>