WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has visited Hillary Clinton's Washington home as the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee ponders her choice for vice president.
Hickenlooper was in a car that departed Clinton's Washington home Friday afternoon.
The Democratic governor declined to comment on his visit.
The apparent meeting came after Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren visited Clinton's house earlier Friday.
Other candidates Clinton is known to be vetting are Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine and Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro.
A person who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss internal matters said earlier that Clinton was holding meetings Friday about her running mate selection.