Presidential Elections And The Presidential Election

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A Presidential Election, determines how the next four years would be. The election is a fight between different political parties, and they fight to win and represent the political beliefs and values of their followers. In the 2016 Presidential Election, there are many candidates who ran for president. There are main two main parties, the Democrat party and the Republican party, there were also many Third-party candidates. Donald Trump the primary candidate for the Republicans ran with no political experiences and won while Hillary Clinton the primary Democrat candidate who was the former sectary of state ran and lost. Not only was there a fight between the different parties, there also was fighting among each other and in individual parties. Many parties had many different views on the issues of today world. They both made many different promises on each issue. When it came to domestic issues the primary two parties agreed and disagreed on many things such as when it came to induvial rights. They both took many different stances on the issues whether it was gun control, abortion and racial judgment in the criminal justice system. An example would be when came to the right to have an abortion. Clinton who believed that the right to have an abortion should remain legal. She said “but it needs to be safe and rare. And I have spent many years now, as a private citizen, as first lady, and now as senator, trying to make it rare, trying to create the conditions where women
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