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U.S. Presidential Election 2016
U.S. Presidential Election 2016-The Road to The White House
U.S. Parliamentary 2016
Who will win this U.S. Presidential seats in 2016?
Polls to U.S. Parliamentary 2016
2016 U.S. Polls from MediaFrom the media poll the election will beThree way competition between parties:Democratic partyRepublican partyThird party andIndependent candidates
Democratic Party Electoral Candidates
Bernie SandersRoque De La Fuente
Republican Party Electoral Candidate
Third party candidates
Jill SteinMichael Bloomberg
Ballot for Republican Party:
Ballot for Democratic Party:
State senatorsParty Number Percentage Democratic state senators 822 41.7% Republican state senators 1,086 55% Nonpartisan state senators 49 2.48% Independent state senators 2 0.10% Third party state senators 1 0.05% Vacancies 11 0.58%
State representativesParty Number Percentage Democratic state representatives 2,328 43% Republican state representatives 3,028 56% Independent state representatives 17 0.31% Third party representatives 9 0.16% Vacancies 29 0.53%
About Clinton Democratic Party The wife of former President Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton was the United States Senator from New York prior to serving as Secretary of State under President Barrack Obama, an office she held from 2009 until 2013. The runner-up in the 2008 Democratic primaries, her candidacy in the 2016 election is her second bid for the presidency.
As soon as Clinton ended her 2008 campaign there was talk of her running again in 2012 or 2016. Speculation picked up sharply after she ended her tenure as Secretary of State in 2013, particularly after she listed her occupation on social media as "TBD".
Anticipating a future run, a "campaign-in-waiting" began to take shape in 2014, including a large donor network, experienced operatives, the Ready for Hillary and Priorities USA Action campaign political action committees (PACs), and other campaign infrastructure.
By September 2013, amid continual political and media speculation, Clinton said she was considering a run but was in no hurry to decide.In late 2013, Clinton told ABC's Barbara Walters that she would, "look carefully at what I think I can do and make that decision sometime next year"; and told ABC's Dianne Sawyer in June 2014 that she would, "be on the way to making a decision before the end of the year".Source : Wikipedia.org
Donald Trump Republican Party The 2016 presidential campaign of Donald John Trump, real estate magnate and television personality, formally launched on June 16, 2015. Donald Trump announced his candidacy for President of the United States in the 2016 election at the Trump Tower in New York City with the slogan "Make America Great Again." His campaign manager is Corey Lewandowski.
In the 2016 Iowa caucus, Trump ranked second out of all the Republican nominees, garnering 24% of the vote, behind Ted Cruz with 28%. Trump later won the New Hampshire primary with slightly over 35% of the vote.
On August 21, 2015, the Federal Election Commission released the list of filings from Super PAC's backing candidates in the 2016 presidential race, which revealed that Trump is the only major presidential candidate among the GOP candidates who does not have a Super PAC supporting his candidacy.
On December 21, 2015, Trump attacked Hillary Clinton saying that her bathroom break during the last Democratic debate was just too "disgusting" to talk about and then stating she "got schlonged" by Barack Obama in the 2008 presidential race. Trump responded to critical coverage of these statements by saying the mainstream media is "dishonest," that the term "schlonged" was not vulgar, and citing a 1984 NPR report in which the term was used to mean "beaten badly.Source: Wikipedia.org
Democratic Party polls
Democratic Party of Wisconsin Straw Poll CandidateVotes Hillary Clinton252 Bernie Sanders208 Joe Biden16 Martin O` Malley16 Other19
Republican Party Washington DC
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