Hillary Clinton might be set to launch another campaign — although not on the same scale as her failed 2016 presidential bid. The former secretary of state is seriously considering running for mayor of New York City, reported the Real Deal, a real estate site, Tuesday, citing businessman John Catsimatidis.

Catsimatidis, a Clinton donor who has floated the idea running for mayor himself, said he talked with Clinton about the subject. Apparently, it might be a coin flip if she'll run against Mayor Bill de Blasio this year. 

"I spoke to her about it, but she didn't indicate or signal to me [whether she would run]," Catsimatidis told the Real Deal. "She didn't say never, she didn’t say no. In my personal opinion, it's 50-50."

Catsimatidis said his own potential campaign would be a no-go if Clinton jumps in the race. "If Hillary runs, I won't," he said.

Should Clinton decide to run, she would likely be the favorite. A Quinnipiac University survey released last week found that if she ran against de Blasio as an independent she would best him 49 percent to 30 percent. In a hypothetical race among Democrats, she would come out ahead 61 percent to 29 percent, the poll found. 

While it may remain unclear if Clinton actually runs, the rumors have continually surfaced, including in the New York Times and the conservative site Newsmax.

The New York Post, a traditionally conservative newspaper, even wrote an editorial urging Clinton to run in early January. The paper admitted it was "highly critical" of Clinton during her presidential bid, but said "we’d love to see you run for mayor" while laying out her many years of experience and praising her center-left stances. 

"While it's not the glass ceiling she hoped to break, New York has never had a woman mayor," the Post wrote. "Isn't it past time for that to change?"

Clinton, 69, has an impressive resume. After taking on a heightened role as First Lady during her husband Bill Clinton's eight-year term, she served as the senator of New York from 2001 to 2009. She left the Senate to become secretary of state, serving for four years.  

There are currently five mayoral candidates, including de Blasio and two former city councilmen.

The mayoral election will take place on Nov. 7, 2017.