They’re smelling weakness. As Hillary Clinton’s popularity dips, more Democrats are jumping into the 2016 race. The former Rhode Island governor threw his hat into the ring yesterday, joining the likes of former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley and Sen. Bernie Sanders. Chafee, who chose not to seek gubernatorial re-election last year, was voted into the Senate as a Republican in 1999, serving for eight years before leaving both the legislature and the party. He’s hoping to give Clinton a run for her money with his staunch anti-war record.