Data Map: Former US First Lady, former Secretary of State Hillary · Clinton. Li Yangshe
Data Sheet: New Jersey Governor Christie.
China News Service, February 11th Although the 2016 US presidential election is still far away, the topic of the two-party popular candidates has always been the focus of attention. On the 10th, the US media took stock of the popular presidential candidates for the 2016 general election. Among them, the current hot Hillary is naturally the No. 1 candidate in the Democratic Party. The specific list is as follows:
Democrats’ popular candidates
The number one, of course, is Hillary. Although the former First Lady, former New York State senator, and former Secretary of State have not officially announced their candidacy, the Democratic Party’s final candidate seems to be none other than her.
Vice President Biden. Earlier, when he was interviewed by CNN, he hinted that he might be interested in participating in the presidential campaign. However, some of Obama’s senior policy advisers have been involved in supporting Hillary’s campaign team.
Maryland Governor Martin · O’Malley. At present, Martin has done some basic work for the presidential election. If Hillary claims to not participate in the election, then he may take action.
Former Montana Governor Brian · Schweitzer. It is reported that Brian has been in contact with a campaign team and publicly criticized Hillary.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth · Warren. Although Warren claimed that he would not stand for election, some radical and populist forces in some Democrats hinted that she would be able to stand for election.
At the beginning of the year, New Jersey Governor Christie was the Republican’s hottest candidate. However, the current scandal-ridden Christie, political image and popularity plummeted.
Former Florida Governor Jeb & Middot; Bush, as the son of the former president and the younger brother of the former president, and the two governors of Florida, if Jeb really wins, then Bush will once again appear against Clinton. Interesting scene.
Wisconsin Rep. Paul · Ryan. As the vice presidential candidate nominated by the last Republican Party, Paul is currently the chairman of the House Budget Committee. Young is his advantage.
Texas Senator Ted Cruise. He has won the admiration of many tea parties. Last fall, his insistence on budget issues and Obama’s health insurance was an important factor in the government’s closure in October.
Kentucky Senator Rand · Paul. The liberals in the Republican Party, his father, Texas Rep. Ron · Paul’s supporters will support him as well.
Florida Senator Marco · Rubio. His Hispanic immigration status will either win a large number of Hispanic votes for the Republican Party.
Other popular candidates include Wisconsin Governor Scott · Walker, Louisiana Governor Bobby · Jindal, and Ohio Governor John · Kasic.
Responsible Editor: Zhang Xiaofang