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2016 Presidential Election (L's)
November 8, 2016
Nominee Mike Huckabee Hillary Clinton
Party Republican Democratic
Home state Arkansas New York
Running mate Jeb Bush Joe Biden
States carried 28+DC 21
Popular vote 64,915,796 61,000,521
Percentage 51% 48%
The United States presidential election of 2016 will be the 58th quadrennial U.S. presidential election, where former Governor Mike Huckabee ran as the Republican candidate and where former Secretary of State Hiltary Clinton ran as the Demoractic candidate. After a hard election, Hiltary Clinton ultimately to Mike Huckabee for several reasons. One was that she had moved further left while in the Obama administration and lost her moderate appeal, people weren't fans of Joe Biden, and people were tired of the Obama adminstration. This left  a prime opertunity for the Republicans to win, where they chose a Huckabee-Bush ticket which they hoped would win key votes, and it did.

Mike Huckabee was elected as the 45th President of the United States.

Nominees --

Democratic Party

Hilitary Clinton

Joe Biden

Andrew Cuomo

Republican Party

Mike Huckabee

Jeb Bush

Chris Christie

Rand Paul

Ted Cruz