What’s in a name? Not much it seems for a U.S. presidential hopeful whose first name is Hillary.
On her U.S. Senate Web site, she is New York Democratic Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton. But on her 2008 presidential campaign site, she is Hillary Clinton.
Does she have a preference? “No,” campaign spokesman Phil Singer said on Friday.
It’s not just an Internet thing. The candidate used Rodham on her official campaign forms, but the name is missing from her campaign bumper stickers, and she is often introduced as just Hillary Clinton.