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U.S. Presidential Elections 2012: Profiling the Next Republican Candidate, Part 1
The GW Post (2011)
  • Marianna Karakoulaki
Abstract

With the next US elections being more than a year away the presidential campaigns have already started. It is no surprise that the current president of the United States, Barack Obama, will run for a second term. Even though there is another democrat who has announced he will run for president, pro-life activist Randall Terry, everyone knows that Barack Obama will be the final democratic candidate for the next US presidential elections. For the republicans, on the other hand, the air is not that clear yet. For the time being 15 republicans have declared candidacy, from the Tea Party Leader, Michele Bachmann and gay rights activist Fred Krager to Jonathon Sharkey, a perennial candidate who is also the founder of the Vampires, Witches and Pagans Party. However, only a few names stand out. Ron Paul, Mitt Romney and Michelle Bachmann are the first three who will be introduced in a series of articles that will follow.

Publication Date
Summer August 4, 2011
Citation Information
Marianna Karakoulaki. "U.S. Presidential Elections 2012: Profiling the Next Republican Candidate, Part 1" The GW Post (2011)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/marianna_karakoulaki/2/