- Joe Biden is not VPing for another 4-8 years. HRC can get him to campaign since he is a party guy. Because his pal, Bo, will be doing the same thing.
- Andrew Cuomo? Aside from not needing New Yorkers (a recurring theme here), Cuomo would best be described as embattled.
- Michael Bloomberg? Really? Again, New York? A billionaire to fight a billionaire? No thanks.
- Kristen Gillibrand? A NY Senator? Isn't there already one of those on the ticket?
- Terry McAuliffe? This would be just to troll the diehard HRC haters, but speaking of embattled governors.
- Jeanne Shaheen? NH is just not that important of a state, despite its quadrennial effort to make itself relevant.
- Bill De Blasio? FFS, what is it with the NY fixation.
- Martin O'Malley? Um, he proved what during the campaign? That he is a lousy campaigner.
- Bernie Sanders? Didn't he prove he is a lousy team player?
- Janet Napolitano? Homeland Security is the most messed up part of the government bureaucracy, and University of California has, um, had some problems lately.
If I had to bet, I would bet on an Hispanic as this would just give Trump all kinds of fits and help ensure the Hispanics would turnout. I don't know enough about any of the ones listed in the article although I like Tom Perez from his appearance on Keeping It 1600. Julian Castro would be interesting as it would be fun to see the GOP have to dedicate resources to keep Texas, but Texas is not yet ready to swing, so that might be a stretch.
I know I will be wrong, but I will not be as wrong as half of this list.