Nati Harnik, Associated Press
In this Dec. 4, 2015, photo, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks during a campaign stop in Sioux City, Iowa. As a young girl, Hillary Rodham decided she'd never change her last name— no matter who she ended up marrying. Yet today, they hear from Hillary Clinton.

WASHINGTON — As a young girl, Hillary Rodham decided she'd never change her last name— no matter who she ended up marrying.

Yet today, they hear from Hillary Clinton.

That's the name aides to the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination say she now prefers. You might not know that from looking at her campaign website, on which she's simply referred to as Hillary.

It's the latest change for Clinton, who has also been Mrs. Bill Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton at times in her career.

Citing Clinton's preference, The Associated Press said this past week it would change its style and refer to her as Hillary Clinton. Several other news organizations have done the same.