(CNN) - The pro-Republican anti-Clinton forces are already adding to their teams and mapping out strategy for the next few years.
On Thursday, the Stop Hillary PAC tells CNN that it plans to announce three more political firms working with it in its quest to keep Hillary Clinton out of the White House.
Already, the Strategy Group for Media, a major Republican TV firm based out of Columbus, Ohio, has produced a video for the organization. That video, first seen on CNN, will eventually be turned into a paid advertisement on TV, according to the group's spokesman Garrett Marquis.
Campaign Solutions will bring some heft to the group's fundraising effort. The firm raked in about $100 million for John McCain's 2008 presidential campaign and counts the past two Republican National Conventions as its clients. A second firm, Strategic Fundraising, will also join the mission to dial for dollars.
And Response America will oversee the PAC's direct mail program.
The Stop Hillary PAC intends to respond to Clinton when she stumps for candidates in this year's and next year's elections, as well as run TV ads. Marquis says the group is on target to raise nearly $250,000 this summer, and have received pledges for donations into the six figures.
Thursday's announcement suggests that the attempt to stop Clinton before she starts will operate on a level that's much bigger than simply a rapid response effort. Instead, it's being run as a fully functional campaign.