U.S. presidential election results; year candidate political party electoral votes 1 popular votes 2 popular percentage 3; 1 In elections from 1789 to 1804, each elector voted for two individuals without indicating which was to be president and which was to be vice president.: 2 In early elections, electors were chosen by legislatures, not by popular vote, in many states.
The data for the results on this site are reported by the Associated Press through the week of Nov. 8, 2016. Presidential results are updated as of Feb. 2017.
Essay The Presidential Election Of 2016. The recent Presidential election of 2016 was and still is rife with anger and disappointment. However, despite a growing distrust of the government and a lack of faith in the two-party system, statewide third party voting barely managed to surpass nine percent of the votes, with most states coming in at closer to one percent.
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The political geeks and pundits on the speculation of the 2016 presidential election have unveiled various possibilities on the possible nominees in both the Democrats and Republicans. However, it is clear that Barrack Obama will not be among Democrats presidential nominees, since he will either finishing his second term or be a discredited president due to failure to win the 2012 elections.
Use these themed journal prompts on the Presidential election to help your 6 th, 7 th, 8 th, and 9 th graders learn more about the political process—and to help them better understand why it’s so important to be informed! Presidential Election Writing Ideas for Tween and Teen Students. Which candidate do you support for President? Why?
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Around the time Sanders launched his 2016 campaign, Mother Jones unearthed a bizarre 1972 essay by the presidential hopeful, in which Sanders discusses rape, masturbation and gender roles. Sanders.