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Clinton advisers explored a campaign strategy at least two years before she entered the race.
Despite statements by Mrs. Clinton and her allies insisting she had not made up her mind about seeking the presidency in 2016, the emails reveal that her advisers had begun to test messages and contemplate a campaign strategy at least two years before she officially declared her candidacy in April 2015.
Mr. Podesta, who would become campaign chairman, and Robby Mook, the eventual campaign manager, grappled with how to best position Mrs. Clinton, a career politician, as a change agent, how much to play up the history-making potential of her candidacy and how to address anger over income inequality.
“Gender will be a big field and volunteer motivator, but it won’t close the deal,” Mr. Mook wrote to Mr….