2016 Election

Why Elizabeth Warren Should Take on Hillary Clinton and Run for the US Presidency

Mehdi Hasan | Posted 16.06.2014 | UK Politics
Mehdi Hasan

Will Warren dare to run against Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination for the presidency? She repeatedly tells reporters that she is "not running" for president, but hasn't ruled it out. She is 64. If Clinton runs, wins and serves two terms, there won't be a White House vacancy until 2024, when the Massachusetts senator will be 75. It's 2016 or never.

Campaigner-in-Chief Bill Clinton Makes Way for Hillary

Jon-Christopher Bua | Posted 18.07.2014 | UK Politics
Jon-Christopher Bua

Did anyone ever think that Bill Clinton, perhaps the greatest politician of our time, even rivaling LBJ, would ever go "gently into that good night"? WJC now seems to be in his element, relishing the fact that GOP hitman-in-chief Karl Rove has thrown down his chain-mailed gauntlet and gone after his beloved Hillary, questioning her health and ability to serve as president.

Why Two Lanes Of Traffic Could Influence The 2016 Election

The Huffington Post | Paul Vale | Posted 25.01.2014 | UK Politics

Since becoming governor of the American state of New Jersey in late 2009, Chris Christie, a straight-talking former attorney from the city of Newark, ...

Why the Electoral College Works

Courtney Mower | Posted 23.12.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Courtney Mower

I acknowledge the Electoral college system may not be perfect, but it has many positive features and for now it's the best option the United States has.

Who Will Be Running for the Republicans in 2016?

Nick Purves | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Politics
Nick Purves

Following on from looking at who will be running for the Democrats in four years time, these are some of the likely Republican contenders in the event of a Romney loss.

Who Will Be Running for the Democrats in 2016?

Nick Purves | Posted 31.12.2012 | UK Politics
Nick Purves

If President Obama loses this year, it is highly unlikely that he will run again in 2016. Only one president in US history has served non-consecutive terms and Obama would leave office with the perception that he was the man who failed to get the American economy going again. So it will be left to others to put themselves forward as possible candidates.