Presidential Election 2016: Who Has the Best Chance?
With less than 200 hundred days before the United States presidential election of 2016 on November 8, 2016 Tuesday. All topic about the presidential election keep heating up under great attentions from every citizen of the United States of America. The next president will be the leader of USA for four years, our life will be greatly affected by the decision he or she makes. Who do you like to vote for? Here is a list of the candidates who have the best chance to move into the White House after President Barack Obama.
Latest Result: Kasich and Ted Cruz were out.
- John Kasich, Republican, Ohio governor
“We can’t wait any longer to build a military coalition that wipes them out, degrades and destroys them.”— on ISIS
John Richard Kasich, an American politician and the governor of Ohio now. He was elected first in 2010 and re-elected in 2014. He has been a member of the United State House of Representatives from 1983 to 2001 and a commentator and a host for “Heartland with John Kasich “on Fox News Channel for many years. He defeated Ted Strickland in Ohio gubernatorial election of 2010.
- Bernie Sanders, Democrat, US Senator
“We have got to be as aggressive as we can in destroying ISIS, but we have to learn the lessons of the past, and that means we cannot do it alone.”—on ISIS
Bernie Sanders, an American politician and the junior United States senator from Vermont since 2007. He graduated from the University of Chicago in 1964 and served in the House of Representatives for 16 years before he was elected as the Senator of U.S. in 2006, besides, he has been chaired the Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee for two years.
- Ted Cruz, Republican, senator from Texas
“China is on a campaign of territorial expansion, the intent of which is to kick America out of the Pacific.”— on China
Rafael Edward Cruz (Ted Cruz), an American politician and the junior United senator from Texas since 2013. He graduated from Princeton University in 1992, from Harvard Law School in 1995.He won three contests on Super Tuesday and Idaho’s contest on March.
- Donald Trump, Republican, businessman
“We already have tremendous regulations. Now, if you look at my opponents, they are very weak on the Second Amendment. I ma very very strong.”— on Gun Control
Donald John Trump was born in June 14, 1946, he is an American businessman, politician, TV personality, author and the candidate for the next president election. He’s the chairman of the Trump Organization. He has entered the race last summer and won 15 of the 25 decided contests when he entered the race in June.
- Hillary Clinton, Democrat, former US Secretary of State
“Our goal is not to deter or contain ISIS, but to defeat and destroy ISIS.”— on ISIS
Hillary Clinton, former first lady of U.S. and the 67th United States Secretary from 2009 to 2013, was born in October 26, 1947. She serves as a United States Senator from New York from 2001 to 2009 and led Bernie Sanders a significant 60.5% to 39.5% margin as well as won a major victory in the New York primary on Tuesday.