The following is an up-to-date list of relevant Democratic candidates have declared for the 2016 presidential election. We have also noted candidates who are not running as well as noteworthy people who have yet to declare. Updated September 29th, 2015 Declared 2016 Democratic Presidential Candidates Lincoln Chafee Hillary Clinton Martin O’Malley Bernie
Last year Hillary Clinton was criticized for stating that Bill and her were “dead broke” after leaving the White House. But it appears things are looking up for Bill and Hillary Clinton. They recently reported that they earned more than $30 million in income from speaking fees and from book
Of late, there seems to be a list of sure things in American politics: Republicans will threaten to use their new Senate majority to undermine the policies of Democrats, African-American racial watchdogs will criticize the police, and Hillary Clinton will be the Democratic nominee for the presidential race of 2016.
Much is often made of Obamacare’s inevitable impact on the presidential election in 2016, usually with dire predictions for the fate of the democratic candidate, Hillary Clinton.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley are both leaders of “Blue States” and both are reportedly waiting for Hillary to decide on a second presidential race before deciding to make a go for the White House.
Sequestration is here and it raises interesting questions about the consequences for Republicans & Democrats in 2014 and 2016.
Clinton should prove to be a formidable opponent against any Republican vying for the White House. However, she’s not without some significant controversies in her past.
Who has the best claim to the mantle of party leader? And can that candidate keep the presidency in Democratic hands beyond 2016?
Whenever a popular and talented candidate is elected to the Senate, people almost always start chanting and editorializing that they should run for the White House, often as the vice-presidential candidate. Elizabeth Warren, the newly-elected senator from Massachusetts had not even been sworn in before the “Clinton – Warren 2016”
With the 2012 Presidential election in the books, we can begin looking forward to a presidential election in four years which we now know will not include an incumbent. In regards to the democratic ticket many pundits (including this website) have Hillary Clinton listed as a favorite for nomination. The