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2016 Presidential Race

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Barack Hussein Obama will retain his Presidential office for another four years after winning the 2012 Election, but we continue to look forward to see what the future may have in store for the United States.  The recent election was tight up until the very end, coming down to key swing states and a small poll of electoral votes.  There is no doubt that the Republican party is already trying to determine who they should nominate as their Presidential candidate in 2016 – but who will run for the GOP in four years?

There is already strong speculation about who will run for President in 2016, for both the democratic and republican parties.  While we are still years away from official nominations at the national conventions, both sides are already working on putting the best candidate forth in the next election.  Republican President George W. Bush served eight years from 2000 to 2008, and Democrat Obama will hold the office from 2008 until 2016.  Many names are already being tossed around for the 2016 election, but you shouldn’t expect to see any official announcements for quite a while.

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While no official presidential candidate announcements for 2016 are expected for years to come, many political experts and correspondents already think that they know who will be running.  Below are some of the top contenders for the 2016 Presidential Election Race.  We will continue to bring you the most updated news about local and national elections so that you can make the most informed decision possible when it comes time to vote for the President in 2016.

GOP Candidates for 2016

Chris Christie, Marco Rubio and Sarah Palin are all potential Republican candidates for the 2016 Presidential race.  The GOP will fight hard to put forth the best candidate for President for 2016 after a very difficult election race in 2012.  Mitt Romney’s disappointing loss has sparked a fire under the GOP to do all they can to win the 2016 election and take complete control over Washington.

Chris Christie appears to be the best qualified candidate as of now, but Marco Rubio will make his case that he should be the next President of the United States in the coming years.  Sarah Palin has become famous for much more than politics, with her recent reality tv shows and public appearances, leading many to think that the American people wouldn’t take her seriously if she were to get the Republican nomination in 2016.

Democratic Candidates for 2016

Hillary Clinton, Mark Warner and Tim Kaine are leading the way for democratic presidential nominees in 2016.  Clinton could become the first female President of the United States if she ran, and won the election in four years.  Tim Kaine does stand a chance of surprising the American people by winning the Democratic nomination, but currently wouldn’t be considered a front runner.

When is Election Day 2016?

Whether you plan to support Hillary in 2016, or will vote for whoever the GOP candidate may be, you need to know when Election Day date will be.  Election Day in 2016 will be Tuesday, November 8th.  Mark your calendars now, and be sure to register to vote online far in advance of the election.  In four years, it may be possible to vote for the President Online, rather than making the trip to your local polling location.  Check back here to stay up to date with all of the 2016 Presidential Election News.