Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta categorized a number of possible vice presidential picks by "food groups" in an email to office staff earlier this year.
Among the thousands of Podesta emails made public by WikiLeaks was a message from Podesta sent on March 17, 2016.
"Cheryl [Mills] and I met with Jim Hamilton on Friday to discuss lawyers who can help do the research and vetting that I outlined in the VP vet memo we discussed," Podesta explained in the email.
"Cheryl, Robby, Jake, Huma, Jennifer and I also did a first cut of people to consider for VP. I have organized names in rough food groups," he continued.
Below are the "food groups" of possible vice presidential candidates proposed by Clinton's campaign manager. The names include current members of Congress, current and former presidential Cabinet members, governors and even Fortune 500 CEOs.
Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine, who Clinton eventually picked as her running mate, is on the list, along with Clinton's Democratic primary opponent, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders — although he appears to be in a "food group" all to himself.