By David Hylton
With the Republican National Convention in full swing this week, presumptive Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton is narrowing her focus on her vice presidential choice.
Virginia's Tim Kaine remains on top of that list, according to many reports. Richmond's former mayor, former Virginia governor and now U.S. senator "has been a favorite for the job for months and is the name most often mentioned by Democrats as the front-runner," the Washington Post reports.
The Post says that Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack is also at the top of Clinton's list, along with Labor Secretary Thomas Perez.
Clinton is expected to announce her choice on Friday or Saturday, ahead of the Democratic National Convention that begins Monday in Philadelphia.