Black People Politics : Top 2016 Candidates: Your Choice?

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Who Would You Choose To Select For President?

  1. Hillary Clinton

    33.3%
  2. Bernie Sanders

    33.3%
  3. Ben Carson

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  4. Donald Trump

    0 vote(s)
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  5. Other

    33.3%
  6. None

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  1. UBNaturally

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    Democratic Candidates:

    Vice President Joe Biden (Delaware)

    Government Site: Office of Vice President Joe Biden
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    Former Governor Lincoln Chafee (Rhode Island)
    Campaign Site: Chafee2016.com
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    Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (New York)
    Campaign Site: HillaryClinton.com
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    Former Governor Martin O'Malley (Maryland)
    Campaign Site: MartinOMalley.com
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    US Senator Bernie Sanders (Vermont)
    Campaign Site: BernieSanders.com
    Government Site: Office of US Senator Bernie Sanders
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    Former US Senator Jim Webb (Virginia)
    Campaign Site: Webb2016.com
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    Republican Candidates:


    Former Governor Jeb Bush (Florida)
    Campaign Site: Jeb2016.com
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    Dr. Ben Carson (Florida)
    Campaign Site: BenCarson.com
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    Governor Chris Christie (New Jersey)
    Campaign Site: ChrisChristie.com
    Government Site: Office of Governor Chris Christie
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    US Senator Ted Cruz (Texas)
    Campaign Site: TedCruz.org
    Government Site: Office of US Senator Ted Cruz

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    Former IRS Commissioner Mark Everson (Mississippi)
    Campaign Site: MarkForAmerica.com

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    Businesswoman Carly Fiorina (Virginia)
    Campaign Site: CarlyForPresident.com

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    Former Governor Jim Gilmore (Virginia)
    Campaign Site: GilmoreForAmerica.com

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    US Senator Lindsey Graham (South Carolina)
    Political Site: LindseyGraham.com
    Government Site: Office of US Senator Lindsey Graham

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    Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee (Florida)
    Official Site: MikeHuckabee.com

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    Governor Bobby Jindal (Louisiana)
    Campaign Site: BobbyJindal.com
    Government Site: Office of Governor Bobby Jindal

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    Governor John Kasich (Ohio)
    Campaign Site: JohnKasich.com
    Government Site: Office of Governor John Kasich

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    Former Governor George Pataki (New York)
    Campaign Site: GeorgePataki.com

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    US Senator Rand Paul (Kentucky)
    Campaign Site: RandPaul.com
    Government Site: Office of US Senator Rand Paul

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    Former Governor Rick Perry (Texas)
    Campaign Site: RickPerry.org

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    US Senator Marco Rubio (Florida)
    Campaign Site: MarcoRubio.com
    Government Site: Office of US Senator Marco Rubio

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    Former US Senator Rick Santorum (Pennsylvania)
    Campaign Site: RickSantorum.com

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    Businessman Donald Trump (New York)
    Campaign Site: DonaldJTrump.com

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    Governor Scott Walker (Wisconsin)
    Campaign Site: ScottWalker.org
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    Other Candidates:


    AMERICA'S PARTY / AMERICAN INDEPENDENT PARTY:

    Daniel Jones (California)
    Alan Spears (California)
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    AMERICAN FREEDOM PARTY:

    Bob Whitaker (South Carolina)
    Presidential Nominee

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    CONSTITUTION PARTY:

    Roland Aranjo (Arizona)
    Darrell Castle (Tennessee)
    Rev. Scott Copeland (Texas)

    Former Congressman John Hostettler (R-Indiana)
    Gerald Jennings II (Colorado)
    Chad Koppie (Illinois)
    J.R. Myers (Alaska)
    Patrick Ockander (Texas)
    Don Rondeau (Maryland)
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    GREEN PARTY:

    Willita Bush (Missouri)
    Darryl Cherney (California)
    Bill Kreml (Illinois)
    Kent Mesplay (California)
    Robert Milnes (New Jersey)
    Sedinam Kinamo Christin Moyowasifza-Curry (California)
    Midge Potts (Missouri)
    Rhett Smith (Texas)
    Dr. Jill Stein (Massachusetts)
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    LIBERTARIAN PARTY:


    Keenan Dunham (South Carolina)
    Raymond Dupuis (Washington)
    Marc Feldman (Ohio)
    Henry Herford (Louisiana)
    Cecil Ince (Texas)

    Former Governor Gary Johnson (New Mexico)
    Steve Kerbel (Colorado)
    Kip Lee (California)
    Robert Milnes (New Jersey)
    Nathan Norman (Pennsylvania)
    Darryl Perry (Texas)
    Rebecca Pfleiderer (Missouri)
    Bill Pruitt (Oklahoma)
    Derrick Reid (California)
    Robert David Steele (Virginia)
    Dennis Torii Jr. (Florida)
    Joy Waymire (California)
    Mike Wiley (Nevada)

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    OBJECTIVIST PARTY:

    Tom Stevens (New York)
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    PARTY OF SOCIALISM AND LIBERATION:


    Gloria LaRiva (California)
    Presidential Nominee

    Eugene Puryear (District of Columbia)
    Vice Presidential Nominee
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    PEACE & FREEDOM PARTY:


    Roseanne Barr (California)
    Gloria LaRiva (California)
    Donovan Raymond (Oregon)

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    PROHIBITION PARTY:


    Ex-Township Tax Assessor Jim Hedges (Pennsylvania)
    Presidential Nominee

    Bill Bayes (Mississippi)
    Vice Presidential Nominee

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    REFORM PARTY USA:


    Ken Cross (Arkansas)
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    SOCIALIST PARTY USA:


    Dean Capone (Florida)
    Emidio "Mimi" Soltysik (California)

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    VETERANS PARTY OF AMERICA:

    Chris Keniston (Texas)
    Presidential Nominee

    Deacon Taylor (Nevada)
    Vice Presidential Nominee

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    INDEPENDENT, OTHER & WRITE-IN CANDIDATES:

    William Oren Adams (Independent-Louisiana)
    Robert Aldridge (Independent-Tennessee)
    Frank Atwood (Approval Voting-Colorado)
    Dennis Ball (America's Party of America-California)
    Don Barnhart Jr. (Independent-Nevada)
    Randy Bizzle (Independent-North Carolina)
    Piotr Blass (Write In-Florida)
    David Boarman (Independent-California)
    Matthew Borman (American-Florida)
    Michelle Braithwood (Independent-Florida)
    Brian Briggs (Independent-Mississippi)
    Peter Breyfogle (Independent-Minnesota)
    Harley Brown (Independent-Idaho)
    Pamela Pinkney Butts (Independent-Ohio)
    Michael Castillejos (Federal-New York)
    Paul Chehade (Independent-Florida)
    Todd Clayton Jr. (Chivalry Party-Washington)
    Phil Cornell (Independent-Washington)
    Regis Costello (Independent-Washington)
    J.D. Criveau (Constitutionist-Virginia)
    Frank DeCota (Independent-Massachusetts)
    Art Drew (Independent-Pennsylvania)
    Christopher Dunn (Independent-Indiana)
    Mark Dutter (Independent-South Dakota)
    Roderick Edwards (Write In-Indiana)
    Claire Elliott (Independent-Georgia)
    Frank Erwin (Independent-Indiana)
    John Paul Eurton (Independent-Indiana)
    John Ferguson (Eco/Green-Texas)
    Edward Gardner Jr. (Independent American-New York)
    Neven Gibbs (Independent-Washington)
    Steve Gladstone (Independent-Maryland)
    Mark Graham (Write In-Florida)
    Martin Hahn (Independent-Oregon)
    David Hendrix (Independent-North Carolina)
    David Christopher Holcomb (Independent-Nebraska)
    Bill Howard (Independent-Indiana)
    Richard Howenstein (Independent-Indiana)
    Tom Irwin (American-Pennsylvania)
    Zoltan Istvan (Transhumanist-California)
    Steven Jacobson (Independent-California)
    Michael Jenkins (Independent-Virginia)
    Terry Jones (Independent-Florida)
    Keith Josephs (Independent-New York)
    Lynn Kahn (Independent-Maryland)
    Thomas Keister (US Marijuana Party-Indiana)
    Temperance Lance-Council (Anti Hypocrisy-California)
    Abbey Laurel-Smith (Pilgrims Alliance-Louisiana)
    Michael Lednovich (Independent-California)
    Michael "Lev" Levinson (Write In-Florida)
    Bishop Julian Lewis Jr. (Independent-Texas)
    David Librace (Write In-Arkansas)
    Tom Lineaweaver (Freedom Party USA-Pennsylvania)
    Mark Linn (Write In-New Hampshire)
    June Lloyd (Independent-Washington)
    Donald Eugene Lowe (Independent-Texas)
    Robert MacLeod Jr. (Independent-Georgia)
    Mike Magolnick (Independent-Texas)
    Maher Maher (Independent-New Jersey)
    Devon Manelski (Independent-Michigan)
    Christian Jay "Cjay" Marshall (Independent-Tennessee)
    Roland Menard III (Moderation Affiliation-Hawaii)
    Merlin Miller (American Eagle-California)
    Robert Milnes (Progressive Libertarian Alliance-New Jersey)
    Hilary Myers (Independent-Ohio)
    Bill Nees (Independent Statesmen-Georgia)
    Deonia Neveu (Independent-Virginia)
    Mark Pendleton (Independent-Utah)
    Dinesh Ravishanker (New White-California)
    Don Reaux (Independent-Louisiana)
    C.C. Reed (Independent-Florida)
    Darwin Misha Reedy (Indendent-Texas)
    Dave Sartin (Veterans Party-West Virginia)
    Donald Sauter (Independent-Delaware)
    J.W. Scroggie (Independent-Tennessee)
    Ryan Shepard (Independent-New York)
    Richard Shrum (Independent-Texas)
    David Sponheim (America's Third Party-Washington)
    Tami Stainfield (Independent-West Virginia)
    Scott Stephens (Independent-New York)
    Shawna Sterling (Independent-Kentucky)
    Damian Stone (Independent-Florida)
    Ricky Joe "Average Joe" Story (Independent-Florida)
    Karin Swanson (Socialist Democrat-Texas)
    Paul Tape Jr. (Tea-Florida)
    Morris Kent Thompson (Independent-Florida)
    Sheila "Samm" Tittle (Independent-Virginia)
    Darrell Trigg (Christian Party-Tennessee)
    Mathew Tyler (Independent-California)
    Da Vid (Light-California)
    Phlllip "Andy" Vineyard (Independent-Kansas)
    Doris Walker (Independent-Illinois)




    http://www.pbs.org/newshour/tag/what-the-candidates-believe


    Out of these candidates who would be your choice to be the head of state for the next four years, and potentially eight years?

    Seems that four candidates of the two more prominent political parties have been viewed as the top electable choices:

    Democratic Party:

    Hillary Clinton
    Bernie Sanders

    • Hillary Clinton 48.3%
    • Bernie Sanders 22.8%
    • Joe Biden 13.9%
    • Martin O'Malley 1.7%

    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/ep..._democratic_presidential_nomination-3824.html

    http://elections.huffingtonpost.com/pollster/2016-national-democratic-primary

    Republican Party:


    Donald Trump
    Ben Carson

    • Donald Trump 30.7%
    • Ben Carson 12.1%
    • Jeb Bush 8.0%
    • Carly Fiorina 6.2%

    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/ep..._republican_presidential_nomination-3823.html

    http://elections.huffingtonpost.com/pollster/2016-national-gop-primary


    Do any of the others outside of these four top candidates draw interest or need some attention?
    Can or will an independent party be of any value, or will it be status quo again with the two party system?

    • Clinton (white female Democrat) Wants to make history on two levels
    • Trump (white male Republican) Wants to make more money?
    • Sanders (white male Democrat) Timid, but straight talker
    • Carson (black male Republican) Timid and intelligent, but may be pushed over easily;
      has been an inspiration for black youth
    http://tellusdetroit.com/city-gov/schools/Ben-Carson-School-092811.html
    http://detroitk12.org/content/2014/...oom-for-benjamin-carson-high-school-students/
    http://www.bencarsonhs.com/


    Carson Scholars total 164 in Lee County
    http://www.news-press.com/story/new...rs-total-lee-county-awards-saturday/25568911/


    Each year, the fund recognizes and rewards students grades 4-11 who have earned a high level of academic achievement and display humanitarian qualities with $1,000 college scholarship awards.

    To date, the fund has awarded 6,700 scholarships. This year 526 students from across the country have been named Carson Scholars. In addition, 769 students have renewed their scholar status.

    A total of $6,700,000 has been awarded, and this year $526,000 has been awarded... with 769 students still achieving and excelling to continue receiving another $1,000 as long as they do! That's another $769,000?

    So if my math serves me right, if a student does well for 7 straight years, they could potentially receive $7,000 in scholarship funds?

    That's what I call incentive, sure wish we had something like this when I was younger.


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    Still interesting how so many think they have had only two choices.
     
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