In the Republican party, John McCain is running for president. McCain isn’t change, He’s more of the same. He voted 90% of the time with George W. Bush. At
In 2016 Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton in the presidential race to become the president of the united states. Including the likes of Zachary Taylor, Ulysses S. Grant, Herbert Hoover, and Dwight D. Eisenhower, Donald Trump is one of five presidents that has never been elected to public office before becoming President. Instead, Donald Trump gained majority of his notoriety for being a businessman, real estate developer, and former reality tv star. During his presidential race, it was clear the Donald Trump would be like no other president. During the elections
“The Profound Genius Doctor Has My Vote” In a little over one year the people of the United States will elect a new president into office. There are over twenty candidates currently campaigning for the position. Hilary Clinton, Jeb Bush, Donald Trump, and Dr. Ben Carson are four I have mainly heard mentioned. Making a decision on who I would want in office has actually not been that difficult. I first narrowed it down between Dr. Ben Carson and Donald Trump. These two candidates are similar in ways but also very different. I personally believe that Dr. Ben Carson is a profound genius. Donald Trump is an intelligent man, but is nothing compared to Dr. Ben Carson. When it comes to speaking the mind Donald Trump gives no filter. Dr. Carson speaks his mind also but does it in a more intelligent meaningful softer way. There are three things that concern me when deciding on who the next president should be. Health care, abortion, and religion are three issues I believe need to be addressed when running for president. After much research on both Dr. Ben Carson and Donald Trump, I was able to make the decision that I believe Dr. Carson is exactly what the United States needs as the next
Both McCain and Obama have impressive resumes when viewed objectively. They are both committed to protecting and defending the United States against both foreign and domestic
Ted Cruz for President in 2016: The Top 5 Reasons Why He is the Best Candidate to take on the Democrats.
Presidential Election 2016 “The 2nd truism that we must understand is that our poverty does not create our social problems, our social problems create our poverty,” stated Republican party candidate, Marco Rubio. He was the senator of Florida. Rubio is 44 years old. He has been interested in politics and volunteer work since he was a juvenile. U.S. citizens should vote for Marco Rubio because he is against gay marriage, he is against abortion, and is for legal immigration.
Some People if they hear his name Colin Powell they say who is that but he is well known for being secretary of state and serving in the army and saving his friends for a burning helicopter. He joined the ROTC after college
Senator John He retired from the Navy in 1981 when he and his second wife, Cindy moved to Phoenix Arizona where he worked in the public relations section of his Father- in- law’s beer distribution business. It was in this position that he was able to begin making his first political contacts. John McCain’s first election to public office was in November of 1982 when he was elected to the House of Representatives as a Republican Representative from the First Congressional District of Arizona. His war record was beneficial in paving the way to his future political career. He won re-election as a representative in 1984 and became known as a staunch supporter of the Reagan Administration. In 1986, when Berry Goldwater, who was a longtime Arizona Senator retired, McCain ran for and won the vacant US Senate seat. From that day to the present he has served undefeated as one of the US Senators for
Bernie Sanders has been involved in politics for much of his lifetime. In the year of 1981, he was elected to be the mayor of Burlington, Vermont, and was reelected in the next three consecutive elections. Sanders became a United States senator in 2006. He has served 16 years in the House of Representatives, making him the longest-serving independent member
Pat Toomey could have a problem come November — or so says Curtis Blessing, a South Philadelphia Democrat who says a “polarizing” Republican presidential nominee could endanger the first-term GOP senator from Pennsylvania’s re-election bid. Sean Shamany, a Republican from Hazleton, isn’t buying it: He says that if frontrunner Donald Trump
This year, voters will again have to choose who they think would be the most qualified candidate. But before this can be determined, it has to
Now a day, it is very difficult to find a person like this. Many people are focusing for themselves and does not care about their country anymore. He also admires the military people and giving respect to the soldiers. He wants to create jobs for the people and lowing tax to the business owner. In my viewpoint, he will be a good leader for this American country and I will reelect him again for the next term.
Ben Carson vs. Donald Trump Presidential elections have existed in the United States for almost as long as the nation itself. Our first President, President George Washington, won the first presidential election in 1789. Although the voting process has been modified tremendously since the first election, the electoral college system remains our country’s way of collecting the nations votes. In this upcoming 2016 presidential election, I will practice my right as a United States citizen to vote. I have done extensive research on a couple of candidates and feel confident in my knowledge on their views on important issues that have been addressed in our country. The purpose of this paper is to compare presidential candidates, Ben Carson and
Contrast of presidential *campaign positions of McCain and Obama. From year to year, presidential elections face many controversial problems that involve candidates’ personality and ideas, and they have a great influence on voters’ decisions. Many journalists and politicians express their feelings about upcoming presidential elections in provocative articles, revealing accomplishments of one and limitations of another, but the only right way to find out who our candidates are, and what are their real intentions, is to let them turn their ideas into life. Just remember the words of President George Bush during the 2000 campaign about building a nation. His position was very clear and stated that it is none of the government’s business, and
Donald Trump was elected president of the United States of America on November 8th, 2016, and now has been running our country for over a year. As Trump’s first year in office slowly began, his reputation seems to be creating different outside views of our nation and arguments started producing everywhere. After competing with Hillary Clinton for the presidential term in office, Trump defeated her along with her democratic supporters causing one of the most shocking elections in U.S. history. Using public media web pages, we are reviewing both sides of the argument regarding Trump’s election and we are going to decipher why each arguer supports their side, and why each side is reasonable for the benefit of our country.