Today, November 8, 2015, Richard Grayson has a letter in The New York Times, one of a number of letters under the title "And the 2016 Nominees May Be . . . ":
Obviously, Hillary Rodham Clinton will be the presidential nominee of the Democrats, and her vice-presidential candidate will be the youngish HUD secretary, Julián Castro, to help her get the Hispanic vote against the Cuban-American Rubio and win Virginia, New Mexico, Nevada and Colorado.
The writer was a Democratic candidate for Congress in Wyoming in 2014.