The AP reports on indicators from various sources including insiders and polls (reprinted in this morning's Daily Star).
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Joe Biden is sending out an unmistakable "forget-me-not" plea for 2016, brushing past signs of a Hillary Rodham Clinton resurgence with fresh and direct suggestions he could be on the verge of entering the presidential race.
The vice president's political team broke its months-long silence on the subject with a letter circulated by one of Biden's closest friends and top advisers. In the letter, though Biden is still officially undecided, former Sen. Ted Kaufman describes a "campaign from the heart" that Biden would wage and says a decision isn't far off.
Check out the report for views on what a Biden candidacy would do the the Democratic primary.