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|Candidate||Hillary Clinton||Rick Perry|
|Home State||New York||Texas|
|Running Mate||Martin O'Malley||Ben Carson|
Hillary Clinton (69, New York) Former First Lady 1993-2001, Former Senator (New York) 2001-2009, Former Secretary of State 2009-2013
Joe Biden (74, Deleware) Former Senator (Deleware) 1973-2009, Vice-President 2008-2016
Mark Warner (62, Virginia) Former Governor (Virginia) 2002-2006, Senator (Virginia) 2009-2016
Amy Klobuchar (56, Minnesota) Senator (Minnesota) 2007-2016
The Democratic Primary was a hard fought campaign between Biden and Clinton. Clinton took 23 States, Biden took 22 States, Klobuchar took 4 States and Warner took 1.
Rick Perry (66, Texas) Former Governor (Texas) 2000-2014
Chris Christie (54, New Jersey) Governor (New Jersey) 2010-2016
Rand Paul (53, Kentucky) Senator (Kentucky) 2011-2016
John Huntsman (60, Utah) Former Governor of Utah 2005-2009, Ambassador to China 2009-2011
Ben Carson (65, Maryland) Surgeon, Activist
Ted Nugent (68, Michigan) Musician, Activist
The Republican primary was highly divisive. Rick Perry reprsented the traditional conservative faction, Chris Christie the moderate faction, Rand Paul the libertarian faction, and John Huntsman, the liberal faction. Perry captured 26 states, Chris Christie 15 states, Rand Paul 7 states, and John Huntsman, 2. Perry picked prmary challanger Ben Carson as his running mate.
|Candidate:||Party||Home State||Votes:||Percent||Electoral Vote||Running Mate||Home State||Electoral Vote|
|Hillary Clinton||Democratic||New York||68,100,000||54.41%||373||Martin O Malley||Maryland||373|
|Rick Perry||Republican||Texas||53,700,000||42.90%||165||Ben Carson||Maryland||165|
|Gary Johnson||Libertarian||New Mexico||1,900,000||1.51%||0||Carl Person||New York|
|Jill Stein||Green||Massachusetts||950,000||0.75%||0||Pat LaMarche||Maine|