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2016 Presidential Election

Does America need to change how it elects its presidents? – BBC News
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The US presidential election is the greatest democratic show on earth, but it is also blighted by a deficit of reason, says Nick Bryant. [...]
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US election: Michael Bloomberg ‘ponders White House run’
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The billionaire former mayor of New York, Michael Bloomberg, is thinking about running for president as an independent candidate, US media report. [...]
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Democrats argue over Islamic State fight after Paris attacks
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The Democratic presidential hopefuls clash at a debate in Iowa over how to deal with Islamic State, in the wake of deadly terror attacks in Paris. [...]
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It’s Not (Just) a Joking Matter: Why Last Night’s GOP Debate Should Terrify the Left
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The race to the right has never been this swift. Almost every candidate promised to repeal Obamacare in last night’s debate—the first of 12 to be held over the coming months. [...]
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Republican presidential candidates ready for first debate
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The top 10 Republican candidates, including Donald Trump, are gearing up for their first debate of the US 2016 election. [...]
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2016 presidential candidates ramp up their campaigns
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Hillary Clinton to unveil economic strategy in New York and meet congressional Democrats in DC [...]
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Americas Next President Hopefuls
americasnextpresident.com
Hi and thank you for spending a bit of your time with us today. We are starting a series to take a look at all of the folks who have thrown their hat into the ring to become Americas Next President. First up, we'll have Rand Paul explain his stance on taxes in America.   Here is a video from Rand, with his idea of a Fair and Flat tax, both on Corporations and Individuals. Enjoy the video and be sure to leave a comment below, let us know what you think. [...]
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US 2016: Meet the possible candidates
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The field of candidates eyeing a White House run in 2016 is a wide one. Here's a rundown of runners and riders. [...]
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Three Republican ‘colonels’ plot their coup
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What do Senators Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Marco Rubio have in common? They're young, hungry and ready to be president - never mind the party establishment's wishes. [...]
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Campaignspotting: The BBC’s new US presidential blog
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Given that he has won the previous two contests, it's not much of a surprise that Kentucky Senator Rand Paul captured the top spot in the 2015 Conservative Political Action Conference straw poll on Saturday. Slightly more interesting is who finished second. Here are the top results: [...]
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Unusually large Republican 2016 field sparks ‘staff primary’
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With a dozen Republicans thinking seriously about running for president in 2016 [...]
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Not Your Father’s (or Grandfather’s) GOP Field
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None of the top-tier GOP contenders for the party's presidential nomination have formally entered the race yet, but it's already clear the field will be unique in the party's modern campaign history... [...]
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Bush, Romney Climb The Chase As Paul, Christie Drop – US News
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The first GOP front-runner of 2015 is Jeb Bush. The former Florida governor’s assertive moves in recent weeks to assemble staff and set an ambitious fundraising goal for a 2016 presidential bid has lifted his credibility among GOP voters in Iowa and New Hampshire, polls show. [...]
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Potential 2016 candidates building records to run on
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Doing nothing but getting ready to run for president may be fine for Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush. But five of the most likely 2016 candidates still have day jobs in the U.S. Senate and statehouses. [...]
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Does No Mean No When It Comes to Running for the White House?
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Emily tells us that Elizabeth Warren won't be seeking the White House in 2016 citing her interview with Fortune magazine in which she said no when asked, "So are you going to run for President?" [...]
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