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Benjamin S. "Ben" Carson
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Democratic Party
Democrats: Bernie Sanders
Bernard (Bernie) Sanders is a United States Senator and former Congressman of Vermont. Sanders formally announced his intention to seek the presidential candidacy on May 26, 2015 in Burlington, Vermont. He has been considered as a potential candidate for both Independent and Democratic tickets since November 2013. Involved in political activism most of his adult life, Sanders once led a week-long sit in against housing segregation, fought against police brutality and worked as an organizer for the Congress of Racial Inequality.
Democrats: Hillary Clinton
Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton has a long history of Public Service. In fact, Mrs. Clinton is arguably the most qualified person to ever run for President. Mrs. Clinton was the 67th United States Secretary of State, serving in the administration of President Barack Obama. From 2001 to 2009 she was a United States Senator from New York. As the wife of the 42nd President of the United States, Bill Clinton, she was the First Lady of the United States from 1993 to 2001. And of course, as an attorney, the former First Lady of the State of Arkansas and as an advocate for children and equality for the past 30 years, her accomplishments are universally acknowledged. On April 12, 2015 , Clintonâ??s 2016 presidential campaign was announced via a YouTube video. Her candidacy in this election was her second bid for the presidency and anticipated to be a cake walk. Unfortunately, a distant personality, public distaste, and multiple political hiccups derailed what some had come to call her entitlement train.
Democrats: Tim Kaine
Tapped as the Vice Presidential running mate of Hillary Clinton, the first female presidential candidate of a major US political party has pretty much synched Tim's otherwise unanticipated place in the history books. But that is typically the way of Vice Presidential picks - not to spicy, not too plain. Considering that the Clinton/Kaine ticket did not win the day, that could be the end of it; but Tim is a plucky politician and as of this writing, has plenty of days left to increase his footnote by fighting again.
Republican Party
Republicans: Donald John Trump, Sr.
Donald "The Donald" John Trump, Sr. ultimately emerges as the Republican presidential nominee in the 2016 Presidential Election. This is Trump's second run, having first announced his presidential candidacy in 2000 and then again in June 2015 . Trump's slogan "Let's Make America Great Again" has been the rallying cry of blue collar workers in hopes of change; but his appeal seems to paint a broad stroke across all of "White" America. His passion for change quickly won the hearts of these "blue collar" voters and has been a strength in his campaign. Originally considered the "not gonna happen" candidate, Trump has defied all odds and is the current President Elect of the United States of America.
Republicans: Benjamin S. "Ben" Carson
Benjamin S. "Ben" Carson is an American Neurosurgeon. After graduating from Yale, Carson continued his education at University of Michigan Medical School and later was accepted to John Hopkins University. He was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2008 by George H. Bush. Carson formally announced his intention to seek the Republican nomination in the 2016 election on May 4, 2015.
Republicans: Cara Carleton "Carly" Fiorina
Cara Carleton "Carly" Fiorina was a candidate for the United States Senate in 2010. Fiorina ruled out running for the U.S. Senate in 2016, but formally announced her intentions to run for the Republican nomination on May 4 2015. Republican strategists considered her business background and status as the only female CEO amongst a sea of â??suited menâ?쳌 as positives for her campaign.
Republicans: Rafael Edward "Ted" Cruz
Rafael Edward "Ted" Cruz is the United States Senator-elect for the state of Texas since 2012. A Republican, Cruz is also endorsed by the Tea Party Movement. He announced his presidential campaign through the use of social media and while attending an event at Liberty University. The Republican party have viewed Cruz as a potential nominee for President of the United States since shortly after taking office in 2013. He was the first announced major Republican candidate in the 2016 campaign.
Republicans: Mike Pence
Tapped as the Vice Presidential running mate of Donald Trump may be a technical career highlight, but Trump and Pence have had some tense moments on the political trail. At one point, it looked like Pence was either going to be fired or quit, but with the election so close, the two seemed to agree to keep their distance from one another and... well, they won, didn't they?

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