I think Kathleen Sebelius is ready for that Senate run.

Despite her reps' claims to the contrary, it's clear she's already got the fundraising part down. According to a GAO audit, the outgoing HHS Secretary hit the phones last year in a bid to shore up funding for Enroll America, the nonprofit charged with driving enrollment in the federal exchanges.

According to the report, first broke by the New York Times but reported here, as well, Sebelius started calling CEOs and "requested financial support for Enroll America from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and H&R Block," as well as "nonfinancial support, such as technical assistance, from Ascension Health, Johnson & Johnson and Kaiser, which consists of the Kaiser Foundation Health Plans and Kaiser Foundation Hospitals."

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