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Default Potential 2016 Presidential Candidates....

Who do you want to see win the nomination for both parties?

Preface: I thought this website was great in that it lists every possible candidate for President.

As per the website:

BOLD = Announced Candidate (or Filed an Exploratory Committee)
Italics = Possible Candidate

Please be civil in your responses.

There are links to the candidate's websites/PACs if they have one at the source link.

Personally, I'm still doing my homework on the ones who have PACs that I'm not already familiar with.

That said, I think Scott Walker for the Pubs and Jim Webb for the Dems would be an interesting campaign......



President Obama is barred by constitutional term limits from seeking re-election in 2016. A large crowd of candidates will likely compete for the Democratic and Republican nominations. Plus there are LOTS of likley third party and independent P2016 hopefuls. So, if a person is running, or thinking of running -- regardless of party, ballot status, or chances of winning -- we have him or her listed below. Incumbent party first, following by the main opposition party, then the third party candidates, and finally the independent and write-in hopefuls.

DEMOCRATIC PARTY:


Vice President Joe Biden (Delaware)


Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (New York)


US Senator Joe Manchin (West Virginia)


Governor Martin O'Malley (Maryland)


US Senator Bernie Sanders (Independent-Vermont)


Former US Senator Jim Webb (Virginia)

OTHER DEMOCRATS:
Jeff Boss (New Jersey)
Philip Bralich (California)
President Emperor Caesar (Florida)
Willie Carter (Texas)
Brittany Clark (California)
Kristi Dutton (Arizona)
Ronald Emrit (Nevada)
Charles Hodge (California)
James "Titus The Great" Law ( California)
Lee Mercer Jr. (Tennessee)
Patrick McKart (Florida)
Loretta "Leah Lax" Miller (Pennsylvania)
Rome Murphy II (New Jersey)
James Ogle III (California)
Daniel Owens (Oregon)
Harry Pavilack (South Carolina)
Mary Aku Quartey (Maryland)
Doug Schreffler (California)
Angelo Scrigna (Hawaii)
Nicholas Sopkovich (California)
Michael Steinberg (Florida)
Robby Wells (North Carolina)
Elaine Williams (Florida)
Thomas Winterbottom (Pennsylvania)


REPUBLICAN PARTY:


Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn (Tennessee)


Former UN Ambassador John Bolton (Maryland)


Governor Jan Brewer (Arizona)


Former Governor Jeb Bush (Florida)


Dr. Ben Carson (Maryland)


Governor Chris Christie (New Jersey)


US Senator Bob Corker (Tennessee)


US Senator Ted Cruz (Texas)


Businesswoman Carly Fiorina (California)


US Senator Lindsey Graham (South Carolina)


Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee (Florida)


Governor Bobby Jindal (Louisiana)


Governor John Kasich (Ohio)


Congressman Pete King (New York)


Congressman Steve King (Iowa)


Former Governor George Pataki (New York)


US Senator Rand Paul (Kentucky)


Governor Mike Pence (Indiana)


Governor Rick Perry (Texas)


US Senator Rob Portman (Ohio)


Former Massachusets Governor Mitt Romney (California)


US Senator Marco Rubio (Florida)


Congressman Paul Ryan (Wisconsin)


Former US Senator Rick Santorum (Pennsylvania)


Governor Scott Walker (Wisconsin)

OTHER REPUBLICANS:
Pogo Mochello Allen-Reese (Texas)
Skip Andrews (Kansas)
George Bailey Jr. (Mississippi)
Kerry Bowers (Nevada)
Dale Christensen (Missouri)
Brian Ari Cole (Pennsylvania)
Scott Cole (North Carolina)
Ezekiel George Crotzer (Michigan)
Tim Day (Texas)
Paul DeBow (Louisiana)
Michael Diggs (Arkansas)
Patrick Drake (Georgia)
John Dummett Jr. (California)
Jack Fellure (West Virginia)
Christin Noel Griskie (Florida)
Jim Hayden (Tennessee)
Eugene Hunt Jr. (Michigan)
Kins Jeroboan (New York)
Roger Jewell (Arizona)
Tyrone Julius (District of Columbia)
Brenda Justice (New York)
Tim Kalemkarian (California)
Marc Keller (Oregon)
Michael Kinlaw (Colorado)
John Lee (Texas)
Jerry Leonard (North Carolina)
Bartholomew James Lower (Michigan)
Dennis Michael Lynch (New York)
Joan Malone (District of Columbia)
Barbara Mae Markovich (Montana)
Mike Martisko (Pennsylvania)
Mickey Meade (California)
Tiffani Mims (Texas)
Brian Russell (Florida)
Ole Savior (Minnesota)
Silvia Stagg (New York)
Sherlene Stevens (District of Columbia)
Dwayne Tomlinson (Florida)

THIRD PARTY and
INDEPENDENT CANDIDATES:

(Note: Parties with ballot status in at least one state -- based on 2012 ballot status -- listed first, then all others under the INDEPENDENT & WRITE-IN CANDIDATES header).

AMERICA'S PARTY / AMERICAN INDEPENDENT PARTY:

Tom Hoefling (Iowa)

CONSTITUTION PARTY:

Darryl Castle (Tennessee)
Betsy Elgar (Washington)
Former Congressman Virgil Goode (Virginia)
Jim Hayden (Tennessee)

GREEN PARTY:

Charles Brannan (California)
Ed Rabel (West Virginia)
Dr. Jill Stein (Massachusetts)


JUSTICE PARTY:

Former Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson (Utah)

LIBERTARIAN PARTY:

Former State Superior Court Judge Jim Gray (California)
Former Governor Gary Johnson (New Mexico)
Joshua Katz (Connecticut)
Robert Kuffel (New Jersey)
Kip Lee (California)

Former State Superior Court Judge Andrew Napolitano (New Jersey)
Darryl Perry (Texas)

OBJECTIVIST PARTY:

Tom Stevens (New York)

PARTY OF SOCIALISM AND LIBERATION (PSL):

No Candidates Yet Identified

PEACE & FREEDOM PARTY:

No Candidates Yet Identified

PROHIBITION PARTY:

Rev. Greg Seltzer (Maryland)

REFORM PARTY USA:

Ken Cross (Arkansas)

SOCIALIST PARTY USA (SP-USA):

Dean Capone (Florida)

SOCIALIST EQUALITY PARTY:

No Candidates Yet Identified

SOCIALIST WORKERS PARTY (SWP):
No Candidates Yet Identified

INDEPENDENT, OTHER & WRITE-IN CANDIDATES:


Robert Aldridge (Independent-Tennessee)
James Allen (Independent-Kentucky)
Brandon Armstrong (Independent-South Carolina)
Ed Baker (Independent-Oregon)
Jacob Baker (Work-South Carolina)
Sheila Bolar (Independent-Alabama)
Matthew Borman (American-Florida)
Eric Borrell (Independent-District of Columbia)
J. Boydston (Write In-Colorado)
Harley Brown (Independent-Idaho)
Pamela Pinkney Butts (Independent-Ohio)
James Byers (Independent-Indiana)
Johnnie Campbell (Independent-Iowa)
Paul Cannaday (Independent-Michigan)
Jerry Leon Carroll (Independent-California)
Paul Chehade (Independent-Florida)
Doris Cintron (Independent-California)
Douglas Clement (Independent-Missouri)
Amy Conger (Independent-Ohio)
Michael Dename Jr. (Independent-New York)
Steve Dillon (Independent-North Carolina)
Mark Dutter (Independent-South Dakota)
Jenny Edwards (Independent-Alabama)
Katee Edwards (Independent-Alabama)
Roderick Edwards (Write In-Indiana)
Stuart Farber (Independent-Florida)
Todd Glore (Independent-Indiana)
David Hendrix (Independent-North Carolina)
David Christopher Holcomb (Independent-Nebraska)
Michael Hubbell (Independent-Maryland)
Eugene Hunt Jr. (Independent-Michigan)
Khadijah Jacob-Fambro (Revolutionary-California)
Steven Jacobson (Independent-California)
Michael Jenkins (Independent-Virginia)
Barry Johnson (Independent-Texas)
Terry Jones (Independent-Florida)
Vincent Jones II (Bull Moose-South Carolina)
Temperance Lance-Council (Anti Hypocrisy-California)
Robert Lehigh (Inspiration-Utah)
Bishop Julian Lewis Jr. (Independent-Texas)
David Librace (Write In-Arkansas)
Mark Linn (Write In-New Hampshire)
June Lloyd (Independent-Washington)
Donald Eugene Lowe (Independent-Texas)
Deborah MacKimzey (Independent-Texas)
Shawna Martinez (Independent-Kentucky)
Angie McCall (Independent-Florida)
Roland Menard III (Moderation Affiliation-Hawaii)
Merlin Miller (American Freedom-California)
Robert Milnes (Progressive Libertarian Alliance-New Jersey)
Tony Mullikin (Independent-Florida)
Bill Nees (Independent Statesmen-Georgia)
Mark Pendleton (Independent-Utah)
Matthew Pinnavaia (Independent-California)
Samuel Powell (Independent-District of Columbia)
Dinesh Ravishanker (New White-California)
Don Reaux (Independent-Louisiana)
Donald Sauter (Independent-Delaware)
John Graham Schwartz (Independent-Illinois)
James Sewell III (Independent-Texas)
Keith Smith (Independent-Ohio)
Scott Andrew Smith (Independent-Colorado)
David Sponheim (Independent-Washington)
Tami Stainfield (Independent-West Virginia)
Scott Stephens (Independent-New York)
Karin Swanson (Socialist Democrat-Texas)
Paul Tape Jr. (Tea-Florida)
Deacon Taylor (Rational-California)
Sheila "Samm" Tittle (Independent-Virginia)
Mathew Tyler (Independent-California)
Joshua Usera (Independent-South Dakota)
Andre Ventura (Independent-Michigan)
Phlllip "Andy" Vineyard (Independent-Kansas)
Doris Walker (Independent-Illinois)
Victor Walker (Independent-Maryland)
Todd Willey (All Mother Earth-Michigan)
John Wood (Independent-Utah)
Chuck Zeiger (Independent-Arizona)
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JIM WEBB

seems ok


need to whittle about 87.2% of them folks off the R's side

a quick check through this site ought to help in decision making

https://www.conservativereview.com/
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JIM WEBB

seems ok
Didn't say I'd vote for him. I just like him over the rest of the Democrat field. He's a Veteran and did a lot for Vets in the Senate.

need to whittle about 87.2% of them folks off the R's side

a quick check through this site ought to help in decision making

https://www.conservativereview.com/
Why is that?

Thanks for the link.
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Why isn't Charlie Crist on any of those lists? I checked the D's, the I's, and the R's, but he wasn't on any of them. Surely he isn't just going to go back to ambulance chasing.
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Why isn't Charlie Crist on any of those lists? I checked the D's, the I's, and the R's, but he wasn't on any of them. Surely he isn't just going to go back to ambulance chasing.
Not sure. I too was surprised he wasn't on the list.
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Didn't say I'd vote for him. I just like him over the rest of the Democrat field. He's a Veteran and did a lot for Vets in the Senate.



Why is that?

Thanks for the link.
most of the R's are recycled crapastic folks. the others just suck at being R's.
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most of the R's are recycled crapastic folks. the others just suck at being R's.


That's why I think Walker could win the nomination if he runs. He's a fresh face with a track record.
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That's why I think Walker could win the nomination if he runs. He's a fresh face with a track record.
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I pick Manchin as the dem, and Walker or Rubio as the Pub

Whoever won out of these 3 would be a breath of fresh air compared to what we the dems have thrown up for their two past winners.

Reagan was the last true POTUS this country has had.
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I'll keep my eye on Walker, Pence, and Jindal.

the last democrat I ever liked was Truman.
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Huge list of possible choices. I didn't see Nancy Pelosi on that list. Did I miss something?
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I pick Manchin as the dem, and Walker or Rubio as the Pub

Whoever won out of these 3 would be a breath of fresh air compared to what we the dems have thrown up for their two past winners.

Reagan was the last true POTUS this country has had.
Manchin's voting record is worse than Sanders i BELIEVE
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Walker.
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Walker/Bolton would be outstanding.

Love to see those two debate the best of the democrats.
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Mr. Carson and Mr. Paul are interesting candidates...
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No jerry brown? Cal if ready to export our leader for the rest of the country!
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Don't want this to happen ... but my prediction for 2016:

Dem = Hillary takes it and advances to "the Finals"

Rep = not sure who takes it and advances to "the Finals"


Finals:

Hillary wins and is in the White House 2016-2024 (Health permitting, of course .... -- if she were to get ill or pass away ... that would be beyond my prediction already).


I want Rep to take control of the WH in 2016 ... but that, unfortunately, is not the way I see it .. to-date anyhow ...


Time will show ... and I hope I am wrong.
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Manchin's voting record is worse than Sanders i BELIEVE
That's a surprise.
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Mr. Carson and Mr. Paul are interesting candidates...
carson seems to be a very fine man, but he's far from national leadership material.

paul scares me a bit on foreign policy, but on the domestic front he's 100% dead nuts on.
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