Memo Clinton camp sent to advance team staffers indicated there was nothing on Clinton’s schedule beyond Wednesday morning speech at the AIPAC conference in D.C.
Advance staff were told Sunday they can attend Clinton’s election night event at Baruch College in New York City, but their roles on the campaign are over.
Another potential clue: Clinton staffers are being urged by the campaign’s finance department to turn in outstanding expense receipts by end of the week.
Newsday reports she’s headed home to Chappaqua Monday night and will “huddle with advisers and husband Bill Clinton at her mansion tomorrow.
Plus: Earlier interviews with the Washington Post and New York Times offer more possible clues about her plans. Read more here.
And: Howard Dean and Jim Roosevelt doubt there will be a Clinton appeal on Michigan, Florida rulings.
But: Clinton tells voters in Rapid City, South Dakota Monday that they “will have a big influence on what people think going forward.”
And Clinton hints there’s a chance she’ll stay in, telling reporters on her plane Sunday night, “One thing about superdelegates is that they can change their minds.”