Can a non-traditional, neither Democrat or Republican, win a National office in our lifetime?
If you're talking about American elections, this has actually happened, though not often. There are several senators and house members currently in office who ran and won as independent candidates. Also, let's not forget Jessie Ventura who ran and won as governor of Minnesota. You may be too young to remember that one.
by shazz011098 years ago
I'm curious. Why do you affiliate yourself with a particular Party, especially with being a Democrat or Republican?
by Denise13 days ago
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by Grace Marguerite Williams3 years ago
Do you contend that politics is a game and that the average politician whether Republican orDemocrat cares nothing at all about his/her constituents but only his/her self-aggrandizement, celebrity, and next career move?
by Graham Gifford5 years ago
Would it be wise to have both a republican and a democrat occupy the oval office?With the up-and-coming presidential election and both side expressing their willingness to be bipartisan, would it be best for these...
by Grace Marguerite Williams2 years ago
WHO do you as the American voter FEAR THE MOST- a Democrat or Republican president? Why?
by G. Diane Nelson Trotter10 days ago
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