BOSTON — A group working to support Hillary Clinton's prospective presidential bid has raised more than $1 million.
An official with the Ready For Hillary super PAC confirmed Tuesday that the organization hit the million-dollar threshold since beginning to collect donations in earnest this spring. The total will be reported in the group's financial report on Wednesday.
Clinton, who resigned as secretary of state in February, has not announced whether she will seek the presidency in 2016. But the super PAC dedicated to her political future has attracted several prominent donors and campaign operatives in recent months.
Clinton is not formally connected to the group. She has been making public appearances and working on a book since leaving the State Department.
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