I don't say this w/glee...
Hillary Clinton, and probably by a wide margin. I think Sabato at UVA is predicting 320 for HRC. He doesn't see the GOP candidate getting more than 190. His predictions are usually pretty close.
That could change with the election 7 months away. Kasich could get over 200 electoral votes easily. I hope he is the nominee, that way we won't get embarrassed.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
Who will WIN the American Presidency- Clinton OR Trump?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 24 months ago
Why won't some Americans realize that Trump is LOSING & Clinton is WINNING which is evidentby Republicans endorsing Clinton by leaps & bounds- one of the Bush daughters, Barbara is endorsing Clinton for President? Trump doesn't have a chance in hell of winning the...
by Ralph Schwartz 3 months ago
Hillary has hinted and has been fundraising in the last month, which some say indicates she is preparing for another run at President Trump. Others say she's just trying to make it look like she's a candidate to keep the law off of her tail.Thoughts?
by Yves 2 years ago
And The Winner Is? Who do you think wil become the next President of the United States of America?Trump's un-favorability rating is at 65%, while Hillary's is at 55%, but she also has a possible indictment hanging over her head, which could have an effect on voter turn-out---if she is indicted. And...
by Norma Lawrence 2 years ago
Do you think they will stop Trump from being president?It is really strange how this election has gone. Does not make much sense. Every time Trump is dong good something else comes up. Who do you believe. I think Trump should keep his mouth shut on some things but I do not...
by John Wilson 2 years ago
Clinton's popular vote win was basically her win in California - by 4 million + votes. Take California away from Clinton, and Trump wins by a landslide. The Electoral College prevented this bias of one state forcing it's will on the rest of the nation - which is why it was put into place when the...
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