2013 AP Government Election Project by Jamie Kyle
Answer by Destroy things
Answer by Mike
Obama – Biden
Romney – Huckabee
Colbert – Stewart
Answer by SkumDeTuFreak
i think the Mc,D clown he’s everywhere!
and if he was president i bet we’d be Overly fat..more then we are
2013 Presidential Elections Predictions?
Tell us your political party. Who do you think will win. What key states will be won by either democrats or republicans. And if you think republicans will win, which nominee.
Answer by Ozzy Botkins
Chris Chistie Is New On The National Political Scene But Is generating A Lot Of Interest As A Potential Presidential Candidate
Christie Comes Across As A Straight Forward Breath Of Fresh Air When He Is On The Podium
I Watched His AEI Speech The Other Day He Talked For Just Over An Hour And He Held My Interest The Entire
I Know Governor Christie Is A Fiscal Conservative I am Not Sure Of His Views On Social Issues
I Like Mike Huckabee But I think He Or Someone Like Haley Barbour Should Be Considered For A VP Slot .This Would Solidify The Southern Social Conservative Vote Which The Republicans Must Win
Other Possible VP Candidates Might Be , Herman Cain , Rick Perry , Sam Brownback, Jan Brewer
Some One Like Ron Paul Would Add Depth and Experience To the GOP
The Same As Joe Biden Added Depth To Obama’s Candidacy
In 1960 JFK (Mass.) Choose LBJ (Texas) As His Running Mate
That Strategy Won The Election For Them
The Republican Could Win Using A Similar North/south regional plan
A lot of liberals think Obama is invincible
and they are delusional
Obama only won 52.7 percent of the vote
Which is not a landslide
obama’s approval rating is under 50 percent
also because of the last census
there has been a 12 point swing in electoral votes going to strong republican states
Key States Definity Florida Wisconsin Arizona Colorado Ohio
Obama may not going to be easy to beat
but he can definitely be defeated
Answer by MisterTattiePie4U
The only real electable republicans at this point are Mit Romney, Tim Pawlenty and maybe Mitch Daniels. The other lists of Palin, Paul, Gingrich among others are more of wishful thinking on the Conservatives part for a big field to present to the Primary voters. With Romney being Mormon, which is a cult to a lot of Conservative Christians, and Daniels not saying if he’s interested, it’s more of a “Hobson’s choice” if you know what I mean. The Dem’s will definitely bring out the big guns like the Clinton’s to get Obama reelected. Neither party has had a big advantage in past elections so it may come down to the electoral college again as it did with Bush 2.
Answer by Will
The economic upswing means that President Obama will get more than 400 electoral votes. The repubs will win in Alaska, Idaho, Utah, The Dakotas, Texas, Mississippi, South Carolina, Tennessee, Ohio and Virginia.