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United States Presidential Election 2016

Nowadays a hot issue is to know who is running for the President. There are close to 11 in which 2 Two Democrats and 9 Nine Republicans parties are nonetheless in the running 2016 for presidential recommendation.

TWO DEMOCRATS

Hillary Clinton

Clinton can expect little more for voting because of the so-called Barack Obama alliance of blacks and young people, as well as college-educated white voters who supported Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012. But on the other hand she will also need to sustain her base of support among white working-class women while join battle it out for college-educated women. As she always arose a voice for women and for women’s right.

She has another advantage facing is enormous financial help in her campaign that is expected near about $2.6 billion. This is all done with the help of Super PAC donation and support within the Democratic establishment. She has a bright chances to win in this election. As she has won in Iowa last week. Now two more crucial states are required to won is Florida and Colorado, to win there she will need to assure them that she is always with them.

Bernie Sanders

Mr. Sanders starts his with the livelihood of some of the most generous campaigners in the Democratic Party, the sort of progressives who preferential Representative Dennis Kucinich of Ohio in his committed presidential endeavors.

He has some different thoughts as he says about ISIS “We have come to be as aggressive as we force out after destroying ISIS, but we have to take the lessons of the past, and that means we cannot manage it alone.”

He acknowledged that he is facing financial issues, but nevertheless he is optimistic about his prospects as he says “We’re in this race to win.” He admitted that he is scaring away the financial challenge having $4 million against the $2 billion not even they reach for $1 billion even he passed up to avail the help from Super PAC.

NINE REPUBLICANS

Jeb Bush

Jeb Bush said “I do think we have a responsibility to help with refugees after proper screening. And I think our focus ought to be on the Christians who have no place in Syria anymore.” Mr. Bush’s campaign admits he almost positively must win one of the first four recommending contests – Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina or Nevada – to endure in contention when the sprint turns to a progression of states in March. But it is not clear which of those four meet the expense of Mr. Bush his best prospect. Bush wants to refer a message to both primary and general-election voters that he will follow a broad range of Americans not for any specific category. 

Ben Carson

Ben Carson is professionally renowned neurosurgeon but at this stage he is retired from his job since few years back. Mr. Carson’s campaign based on health care and he wants every American to have a "health empowerment account" to use for medical expenditures, but he would not have the administration pay for them for most of general public. He says about Syrian refuges that “To bring Syrian refugees to the U.S. “under these circumstances is a suspension of intellect.”



Chris Christie

“The president should just admit he underestimated these folks.” New Jersey has ruined on him, because of his tough talks and tough speeches more Republicans say they would not think through for supporting him even though he is not finding anywhere near the financial support he expected to secure him. He is just suited in business community as well as in party advocates who find his aggression appealing.

Chris Christie is a New Jersey Governor his thoughts about ISIS is like.

Ted Cruz

Ted Cruz is a senator in New York. Mr. Cruz’s message will be that he typifies the most vigorous turn away from Mr. Obama and liberalism. He believes as many Republicans have driven towards a more rigid brand of conservatism and away from the practice of nominating contestants affiliated with the organization. On Gun Control he stated as “You don’t get rid of the bad guys by getting rid of our guns. You get rid of the bad guys by using our guns.”




Carly Fiorina

Carly Fiorina is a former business executive. She is the only lady selected for the Republication nomination. In last year she was the Iowa elected senator, she was the first lady of either party who was selected as a senator or as a governor in the state. She stated on a Gun Control as “It’s ideology, not common sense, that causes the left wing, every time, in a knee-jerk reaction, to say the answer here is more laws, when we’re not enforcing the laws we have.”




Jim Gilmore


Jim Gilmore is a Former Virginia governor. He stated for the election as “I'm a candidate for president because our current Washington leadership is guiding America on a path to decline, and I can reverse that decline.”






John Kasich


John Kasich is a Governor of Ohio state. He stated on the ISIS as “We can’t wait any longer to build a military coalition that wipes them out, degrades and destroys them.”







Marco Rubio

Rubio is one of the senator in United States. Macro Rubio is the right person to unite his all party with proper management. He would look for a good presentation in the considerations, conceivably on foreign policy, a strong outfit.

He stated for the Syrian refugees as “We can’t background-check them. You can’t pick up the phone and call Syria, and that’s one of the reasons why I’ve said we won’t be able to take more refugees. It’s not that we don’t want to, it’s that we can’t.”


Donald J. Trump

J. Trump is a billionaire entrepreneur who made his prosperity as a New York real estate developer before revolving to reality television. Trump promises to use his all deal and decision making expertise to develop and enhance America. He has asserted to construct a wall along the southern border as well as cut down some taxes and crush ISIS as soon as possible.
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