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Alternatives to Hillary Clinton 2016

Updated 7:05 AM ET, Sun April 12, 2015
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Jim Webb: "I look forward to listening and talking with more people in the coming months as I decide whether or not to run." TOSHIFUMI KITAMURA/AFP/Getty Images
Joe Biden: "That's a family personal decision that I'm going to make sometime at the end of the summer." JOHAN ORDONEZ/AFP/Getty Images
Martin O'Malley: "I've been very encouraged as I travel around the country by a number of people who repeat again and again and again their desire for getting things done again as a country and also for new leadership to get those things done." Ethan Miller/Getty Images
Elizabeth Warren: "I'm not running for president....I don't get who writes these headlines or what they're about. I think there's just kind of a pundit world out there." SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images
Jerry Brown: "If no one runs and [everyone] says we'll have an absent Democratic nominee, would I rule that out? I mean, that would be a little silly, wouldn't it?" Justin Sullivan/Getty
Former Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee is a one-time Republican, turned independent, now Democrat and is exploring a run for the presidency. On Hillary Clinton, he told CNN "... anybody who voted for the Iraq War should not be president and certainly should not be leading the Democratic Party." Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images
Bernie Sanders: "I haven't made up my final decision and I've got to say a lot of my strongest supporters say, 'Bernie, you've gotta stay out of the damn Democratic Party, run as an Independent." Win McNamee/Getty
Kirsten Gillibrand: The New York senator has said she'll support Hillary Clinton "110 percent." Michael Kovac/Getty Images
Andrew Cuomo (in 2014): "I'm focusing on running for governor. And then I'm going to focus on being the best governor I can be." Getty Images
Brian Schweitzer: When asked by Time if he would be a better candidate for president than Clinton: "Well, I think so, of course. I think I have a background and a resume that isn't just in government." Alex Wong/ Getty