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2016 Presidential Campaign

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Parent Category: US Presidents
This category is for questions and answers about the 2016 political race for presidency of the United States.
Hillary Clinton received 1,677,928 votes from Maryland, winning 10 electoral votes. Trump received only 943,169 votes.
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The most important member of a campaign's staff is the fundraiser.
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Gary Johnson believes in a woman's right to choose up until the viability of the fetus, at which point he believes abortion should be banned. Johnson also believes that the issue of abortion should be decided at the state level.
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As a resident of a Western US state (New Mexico) he's familiar with a lot of people who own and use guns regularly for hunting, pest control, etc. His stated position on guns is that he opposes most restrictions on guns. Johnson says Americans would be safer if guns were more readily available, not …
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Some people say no, citing the "natural born citizen" wording as meaning only born in the geographic boundaries of the country. Others say that the phrase has meant (since before the American Revolutionary war) a more expanded interpretation of citizenship, and that yes, he is eligible, as the nat…
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Whether a state has a presidential caucus actually depends on the government. Some states will have a primary and some will have a caucus
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NO, cuz Hillary has more votes ==== A different perspective It is very possible that Donald Trump could win the Presidency. Polls can be deceiving. Although polls seem to show that Hillary Clinton is in the lead, anonymous polling indicates that Trump has a huge lead. One of the apparent reaso…
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The pdf of the 2016 Republican Party Platform is 66 pages long. It doesn't make sense to pull one item from it, but one principle addressed simplifying the tax code.
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First wait for Tuesday, November 8, 2016
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Because throughout the course of history Socialism has never made a country prosper. Its why we had the cold war and won. Because capitalism is the driving force behind whatever device you are using right now to type this question.
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Obama respects some American values, but not all that are found in the Constitution.
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37% of Republicans who have voted so far chose Trump.
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It is different between Democratic and Republican sides, but the precinct delegates are bound for the first "ballot" (actually a second caucus), and then free to do what they want in the second. That being said delegates usually have views that agree with those of the candidate they support and it i…
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Ted Cruz' full name is Rafael Edward "Ted" Cruz. Edward is his middle name
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There are a total of 95 delegates for the state of New York.
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Eleanor Roosevelt, besides being married to former President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, was known for her leadership in a variety of civil rights issues. She was one of the most active First Ladies ever. She was a quintessential part of her husbands political campaigns as well as being the first whi…
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Donald Trump
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Delegates are the ones that vote for the president.
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Sadly, yes.
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Trump is leading California polls by an average of 9 points. He gets about 40% of the vote to Cruz's 31 and Kasich's 16 most recently.
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I've seen a lot of memes that have convinced the younger population to vote Bernie Sanders.
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He associates Muslims with terrorists and jihadists, and thinks that banning all Muslims will keep them out.
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That is a matter of opinion which will vary greatly from one person to another.
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Based on the 2016 US Presidential campaigns of all candidates (former and current ones) and reports of citizens who've been vocal in the campaigns, the primary issues seem to be: dissatisfaction with established parties (Dem-Rep)fears over ISIS and terrorist attacksJOBS being kept in the US specific…
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The election is not held until November 8th. We will not know the final vote tally until probably a few days later. If you mean in the party primaries, as of July 14, Hillary Clinton has received the most votes, with over 16.8 million votes in the Democratic primaries. Donald Trump has the most vo…
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The first Tuesday after the first Monday in November during a presidential election year. In 2016, that falls on November 8th.
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There are a lot of Trump supporters because Americans have become fed up with the status quo of political establishment elites.
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Interesting question because most primaries are a secret ballot. You might be able to find out how many registered Republicans voted in the primaries, but you won't know how they voted. The records might show that someone switched parties or that someone selected the Republican ballot over the Democ…
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Trump won 30 states. Clinton won 19 states and the District of Columbia. They split the 4 electoral college votes from Maine 1 for Trump, 3 for Clinton.. Trump: Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas Florida Georgia Idaho Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine 2nd district Michigan Mississippi Mi…
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We keep letting him speak his mind. Most of his statements, he's shooting himself in the foot before it goes in his mouth.
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If we knew that there would be no point in having the election.
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It has not been confirmed by any source that her clearance has actually been stripped, it has only been heavily speculated on. When asked, her campaign declines to comment. It would be standard to strip clearances after incidents, such as the email incident that has been under so much scrutiny. Ac…
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Some people took this as a veiled threat against Hillary Clinton's life, but he says it was out of context. He was playing off of the fact that Hillary Clinton has anti-gun views. He was saying if all the supporters of the second amendment united together to vote against her, that it would be eno…
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Answer 1 He will say anything for attention, and to distract from his inadequacies. Answer 2 Donald Trump says Obama and Hillary are the founders of ISIS because the Administration's actions and inactions led to the rise of ISIS.
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In my opinion, America is not great while so many are suffering. Why would anyone vote for someone that can't see that. Other people have grave doubts about Donald Trump's policies.
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According to a CNN/ORC poll, Hillary Clinton won 62% to 27%. It's tough to say who won. Both candidates were pugnacious and spent a large part of the time calling their opponent a liar and delusional. Recent polls indicate that the greatest motivation of their respective supporters is more to prev…
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Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY
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because they're going through audit
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I think that the second presidential debate will be on October 9th of 2016
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Donald Trump did.
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Here are some of the third-party candidates for the 2016 election: On the ballot in more than 30 states (2 candidates): Gary Johnson, Libertarian Party (on the ballot in 50 states) Jill Stein, Green Party (on the ballot in 40+ states) On the ballot in more than 10 states (2 candidates): Darre…
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The only way to permanently stop hacking is to stop using the internet. Blocking access from Russian servers is pointless, they will just use proxies in other countries.
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"As a husband and father, I was offended by the words and actions described by Donald Trump in the eleven-year-old video released yesterday, I do not condone his remarks and cannot defend them."
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In my opinion, the idea might have been to pair Donald Trump with a more traditional conservative such as Mike Pence. If so, their personalities were "at odds" to begin with, and they will never mirror each other. But it doesn't appear they communicate much, either, or listen to what each other says…
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If I were hem give one warning that a fleet of bombers would drop a pay load of bombs and ISIS is no more
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Hilary's Plan for ISIS is to gain help from bordering countries and within the country to attack them and wipe there savagry from existence
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If Hillary loses the election, President Obama will pardon her after the election. If she wins he may do some pardoning to stop Congressional investigations about her handling of classified data, and other crimes to clear the deck for her administration.
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Nobody knows if Donald Trump is going to win; nobody has a crystal ball. As for whether further information about Hillary Clinton's email controversy is going to change voters' opinions of her, it will not have a likely effect. Most Americans already believe that she is extremely corrupt and disen…
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The earliest they could announce is about 9pm eastern time. At that point, 40 out of 50 states will have voted and it is possible someone could go over 270 by that point. By 11, only Alaska will still be voting, so almost certainly it will be called between 9 and 11, or very shortly thereafter. …
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red states vote usually republican and blue states vote usually democrat purple like florida is a battle ground between the to parties.
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Donald Trump won the presidency. He will take office at noon on January 20th, 2017. He had 276 electoral votes. Hillary Clinton gained 218, but won the popular vote by 3 million.
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Hillary because U.S need a president ho is not rich.
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DONALD TRUMP won the election.
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No. Minnesota has voted Democrat for the last 11 elections. This time also, it voted for Hillary Clinton.
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No, Clinton won the popular vote but Trump won the electoral vote by A LOT!
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As of November 9, 2016, the new president-elect of the USA is Donald John Trump.
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Almost. He nearly won the state but more people voted for Hillary.
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Donald Trump won the election on November 8, 2016.
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In the election Hillary against trump, trump only won because we use a system called the electoral college. This means that people (who are called electors) are chosen to represent a state. The number of electors in each state will depend on the number of people in each state, with a minimum of thre…
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Springsteen was going to perform a 4 song set including Born in the USA when he realized this would offend Obama and highlight the fact that President Trump was born in the USA and Obama wasn't
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Hillary Clinton received 729,547 votes to Donald Trump's 1,318,255 votes, losing Alabama's 9 electoral votes.
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In the 2016 Presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton received 729,547 votes to Donald Trump's 1,318,255 votes, losing Alabama's 9 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 116,454 votes to Donald Trump's 163,387 votes, losing Alaska's 3 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 1,161,167 votes to Donald Trump's 1,252,401 votes, losing Arizona's 11 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 380,494 votes to Donald Trump's 684,872 votes, losing Arkansas's 6 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 8,753,788 votes to Donald Trump's 4,483,810 votes, winning California's 55 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 1,338,870 votes to Donald Trump's 1,202,484 votes, winning Colorado's 9 electoral votes. One of Hillary's electors attempted to vote for John Kasich, but his vote was ruled as invalid and he was replaced as an elector.
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Hillary Clinton received 897,572 votes to Donald Trump's 673,215 votes, winning Connecticut's 7 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 235,603 votes to Donald Trump's 185,127 votes, winning Delaware's 3 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 282,830 votes to Donald Trump's 12,723 votes, winning the District of Columbia's 3 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 4,504,975 votes to Donald Trump's 4,617,886 votes, losing Florida's 29 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 1,877,963 votes to Donald Trump's 2,089,104 votes, losing Georgia's 16 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 266,891 votes to Donald Trump's 128,847 votes. Hawaii has 4 electoral votes, but only 3 electoral voters voted for Hillary, with a faithless elector instead voting for Bernie Sanders.
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Hillary Clinton received 189,765 votes to Donald Trump's 409,055 votes, losing Idaho's 4 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 3,090,729 votes to Donald Trump's 2,146,015 votes, winning Illinois's 20 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 1,033,126 votes to Donald Trump's 1,557,286 votes, losing Indiana's 11 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 653,669 votes to Donald Trump's 800,983 votes, losing Iowa's 6 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 427,005 votes to Donald Trump's 671,018 votes, losing Kansas's 6 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 628,854 votes to Donald Trump's 1,202,971 votes, losing Kentucky's 8 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 780,154 votes to Donald Trump's 1,178,8 votes, losing Louisiana's 8 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 357,735 votes to Donald Trump's 335,593 votes, winning 3 of 4 electoral votes from Maine: the 2 at-large electoral votes, and 1 from the 1st congressional district. In the 1st, Hillary Clinton received 212,774 votes to Donald Trump's 154,384 votes. In the 2nd, Hillary Clin…
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Hillary Clinton received 1,995,196 votes to Donald Trump's 1,090,893 votes, winning Massachusetts's 11 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 2,268,839 votes to Donald Trump's 2,279,543 votes, losing Michigan's 16 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 1,367,716 votes to Donald Trump's 1,322,951 votes, winning Minnesota's 10 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 485,131 votes to Donald Trump's 700,714 votes, losing Mississippi's 6 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 1,071,068 votes to Donald Trump's 1,594,511 votes, losing Missouri's 10 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 177,709 votes to Donald Trump's 279,240 votes, losing Montana's 3 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 284,494 votes to Donald Trump's 495,961 votes, losing Nebraska's 5 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 539,260 votes to Donald Trump's 512,058 votes, winning Nevada's 6 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 348,526 votes to Donald Trump's 345,790 votes, winning New Hampshire's 4 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 2,148,278 votes to Donald Trump's 1,601,933 votes, winning New Jersey's 14 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 385,234 votes to Donald Trump's 319,667 votes, winning New Mexico's 5 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 4,556,124 votes to Donald Trump's 2,819,534 votes, winning New York's 29 electoral votes.
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Hillary Clinton received 2,189,316 votes to Donald Trump's 2,362,631 votes, losing North Carolina's 15 electoral votes.
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