Who ran for president in the 2012 election?
Incumbent Democratic President Barack Obama and his running mate, incumbent Vice President Joe Biden, were re-elected to a second term. They defeated the Republican ticket of businessman and former Governor Mitt Romney of Massachusetts and Representative Paul Ryan of Wisconsin.
Who ran for president in 2004 election?
2004 United States presidential election
|Nominee||George W. Bush||John Kerry|
|Running mate||Dick Cheney||John Edwards|
Who was elected president in 2013?
January 20 – Barack Obama is sworn into his second term as President of the United States by Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts at the White House.
Who ran for president in 2005?
|Presidential candidate||Party||Home state|
|George Walker Bush||Republican||Texas|
|John Forbes Kerry||Democratic||Massachusetts|
|John Reid Edwards||Democratic||North Carolina|
Who was president 2011 2014?
|The Obama Cabinet|
|Vice President||Joe Biden|
|Secretary of State||Hillary Clinton|
Who were the presidential candidates in 2005?
|Presidential candidate||Party||Popular vote|
|George Walker Bush||Republican||62,040,610|
|John Forbes Kerry||Democratic||59,028,444|
|John Reid Edwards||Democratic||5|
Who did Mitt Romney defeat in the 2012 election?
Romney was officially announced as the 2012 Republican presidential nominee on August 28, 2012. He was defeated by incumbent President Barack Obama in the general election on November 6, 2012.
Where can I find information about the 2012 US presidential election?
Democracy in Action: P2012 – A great site has lots of detailed information on the 2012 Presidential contest. Published by Eric Appleman of GWU. Eric has been covering the White House races starting with the 2000 elections.
Will Obama run for president in 2012?
President Obama is seeking re-election to a second term in 2012. A large crowd of Republican candidates are competing for the GOP nomination. Plus there are LOTS of third party and independent P2012 hopefuls.
Will Jim DeMint run for president in 2012?
Retrieved May 22, 2011. ^ (June 14, 2011) “Sen. Jim DeMint says he will not seek presidency in 2012” Archived July 26, 2011, at the Wayback Machine, The State Column. Retrieved June 20, 2011.