Today, the 2016 presidential election day is exactly one week away. November 8 is the day voters across the United States have to decide who they want as President. The winner will, without a doubt, be one of the candidates from the two big political parties, the Democrats and the Republicans. However, the question remains, will it be the Democrat Hillary Clinton or the Republican candidate Donald Trump?
After the Last Super Tuesday in the 2016 Primary Election process, Hillary Clinton has emerged as the winner of the Democratic nomination. The primaries in big states, such as California, New Mexico and New Jersey, has provided Clinton with enough delegates to become the presumptive nominee before the Democratic National Convention next month. Continue reading “Clinton Wins Last Super Tuesday and The Nomination”
With under a month and half left of the primaries, April 26th marked one of the last “Super Tuesdays”. In other words, this was one of the last opportunities for the challengers to strike a blow against the front-runners. And this, of course, leaves the questions, who won? Who lost? And what do these results mean? Continue reading “Clinton and Trump Cruise Towards Nominations”
After a period with no major primary days on the schedule for the hopeful presidential candidates, the state of New York was up on Tuesday. For Hillary Clinton this meant to strike back against Bernie Sanders after he has won seven out of the last eight primaries. On the Republican side, Donald Trump was looking to crush Ted Cruz and build upon his lead. And as always, the questions then are, who won? Who lost? And what do these results mean? Continue reading “Trump and Clinton Claim New York”
After last week’s delegate-heavy Super Tuesday, which provided the frontrunners from each party with a big leap towards securing the nominations, this week was different – especially for the Democrats. While the Republicans had a quiet week with only two states, six states were on the line for the Democrats. The questions then are, who won? Who lost? And what do these results mean? Continue reading “Sanders Gains Momentum in the West”
One of the last big days in the Primary Election 2016 is concluded. Five states with a lot of delegates were on the line for both parties, on a day that could go a far way in deciding who wins the nominations. The questions then are, who won? Who lost? And what do these results mean? Continue reading “Clinton and Trump Almost Secure Nominations”
One week after the big Super Tuesday and three days after “super Saturday,” the second “Super Tuesday” occurs. The big state on the line for this day is Michigan. The Republicans will battle for three more states, while the democrats will compete in just one other, Mississippi. The questions then are, who won? Who lost? And what do these results mean? Continue reading “Sanders in Huge Suprise Win”
After the notorious Super Tuesday, the smaller “super Saturday” follows. The remaining four Republican candidates compete in four states, while the two Democrats still left in the race had three states on the agenda. The questions then are, who won? Who lost? And what do these results mean? Continue reading “Cruz and Sanders Fight Back”