Presidential election in America
HILLARY CLINTON'S putative campaign for president was made official on April 12th. The announcement came in an e-mail from John Podesta, her campaign chairman, who told donors and supporters that she would soon head to Iowa for a meet-and-greet with voters. A video was also released on a new campaign website, Hillary for America, featuring lots of "everyday Americans" who "need a champion".
Mrs Clinton has been a fixture of national politics since the early 1990s: as First Lady, senator for New York, presidential candidate and secretary of state. (Before that, she was a big noise in Arkansas, where she advised the governor, her husband Bill.) She has always been controversial. Some see her as a feminist icon, who braved the insults of the vast right-wing conspiracy to push for women's rights and universal health care. Others see her as unprincipled and privileged, using her marriage as a springboard to power for its own sake. Our cover story this week asks: what does she stand for?
A separate report asks whether she can win. She has a higher approval rating than any other plausible contender, but also a higher disapproval rating. This is largely because many Americans have barely heard of her rivals, whereas only those who have been living in caves for the past quarter-century are unaware of Mrs Clinton. A poll for ABC News/Washington Post earlier this month found that only 4% of Americans had no opinion of her. By contrast, 47% had no opinion of Scott Walker, the Republican governor of Wisconsin.
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Who will win the presidential election in America?
The average of the top national presidential polls have Obama with a 6.9 percent lead over McCain. He may win! Vote Nov 4!
When is the next presidential election in America? | Yahoo Answers
The presidential election is always held on the first Tuesday in November in leap years. This year it is on November 6, 2012.
Many states allow for absentee and early mail-in voting, but they must be postmarked by the date specified in that particular state.