Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
appears to be on her way to Georgia next week.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Jim Galloway reported Thursday that the presumed Democratic frontrunner for the 2016 presidential election will speak before the National Association of Convenience Stores on Tuesday, Oct. 15 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.
And she’ll make some serious coin in the process as she reportedly commands speaking fees of around $200,000. Since departing office in February, the former first lady has been on the speaking circuit as she considers another run for president after her failed attempt in 2008.
St. Louis Park Patch reports that Clinton will be speaking at the Beth El Synagogue later this month as part of the temple's National Speaker Series.
The next presidential election is still three years away, but Clinton did discuss recently with New York magazine her current thoughts on another run for the White House:
“I’m both pragmatic and realistic. I think I have a pretty good idea of the political and governmental challenges that are facing our leaders, and I’ll do whatever I can from whatever position I find myself in to advocate for the values and the policies I think are right for the country. I will just continue to weigh what the factors are that would influence me making a decision one way or the other.”