With 2016 in distance, Clinton keeps up supporters

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FILE - In this July 9, 2013 photo, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton applauds international delegates to the during the Women in Public Service Project leadership symposium, at Bryn Mawr College in Bryn Mawr, Pa. For all the talk that the former secretary of state intended to slow down after two decades in national political life, Clinton is keeping a busy schedule that amounts to a training camp for a second presidential campaign if she decides to run. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

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CHICAGO (AP) — Whether she runs for president or not, Hillary Rodham Clinton is making sure she stays connected to important Democratic constituencies — from college students and black women to the gay and lesbian community.

In recent months, the former secretary of state has spoken to an array of groups.

And here are some of the events on her schedule this fall: appearances before college students in New York, an award from the Elton John AIDS Foundation, a speech at a Minneapolis synagogue and an event involving a Mexican-American initiative in California.

For all the talk she intended to slow down, Clinton is keeping a busy schedule that could help a future presidential campaign.

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