President Obama is trammel by constitutional term limits from seeking re-election in 2016 his administration planning to hand over the keys may leave before may 2016. Now Nominations for the Presedinatl race are Twelve states cast votes in favor of candidates from either the Republican or Democratic party or both in a content seen as representing the moment of truth for the candidates.
US election 2016: Super Tuesday to test candidates
Contest stretch from Vermont in the east to Texas and Georgia in the south. After prior votes in four states, Donald Trump drives the Republican field and Hillary Clinton the Democratic.
The primary surveys opened in Virginia at 06:00 nearby time (11:00 GMT). Representative Ted Cruz can’t bear to lose to Mr. Trump in Texas, Mr. Cruz’s home state, while a converse for Mr. Trump in Massachusetts, with its moderate voters, could break the property head honcho’s across the country momentum.
Mrs. Clinton is planning to expand on her weekend Victory in South Carolina, where she surveyed vigorously among African-Americans, to restore her political fortunes after a wounding thrashing in New Hampshire to Bernie Sanders, she so called democratic Socialist Rival.
According to the BBC Sources, Opening Polls give Mr. Trump a lead in the greater part of the 11 states holding Republican challenges on Tuesday: Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Alaska, and Minnesota.
On the eve of the polls, Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse turned into the most astounding ranked elected party part to turn out and say he would not back him for president.
He said he was “frosted and saddened” and would search for a third alternative if Mr. Trump won the Republican nomination. Marco Rubio, the third-set Republican contender after Mr. Trump and Mr. Cruz, is wanting to stay aggressive, betting on a win in his home condition of Florida on 15 March.
List of Candidates for Presidental Race 2016:
The following candidates are running for the Democratic, Republican, Libertarian or Green Party presidential nomination.
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Third party candidates
Gary Johnson (Libertarian)
Jill Stein (Green)
Potential: Michael Bloomberg (I)
Potential: Jesse Ventura (I)
A total of 1,591 candidates had filed a Statement of Candidacy with the Federal Election Commission.
Source : BBC