- Iowa Caucus – Mon, Feb 1st
- New Hampshire – Tue, Feb 9
- Nevada Caucus (D) 43 Proportional Closed Results – Sat, Feb 20. (R) 30 Proportional – Tue, Feb 23
- South Carolina (R) 50 Winner Take Most – Sat, Feb 20. (D) – Sat, Feb 27
- Super Tuesday – Mar 1st
Oct 15th, 2016
We are now just over 3 weeks away from the election. What ever the outcome of this election turns out to be, there will be some significant head scratching following it. There better be some head scratching, some real reflection.
How did we get here?
Oct 23rd, 2015
- Feb 27th, ’16 – South Carolina (Dem)
- Feb 23rd, ’16 – Nevada (GOP)
- Feb 20th, ’16 – Nevada (Dem), South Carolina (GOP)
- Feb 9th, ’16 – New Hampshire
- Feb 1st, ’16 – Iowa Caucus
- Nov 6th, ’15 – Second Democratic Debate (Rock Hill, South Carolina,
- Oct 23rd, ’15 – Lincoln Chafee drops out of Democratic primary race
- Oct 20th, ’15 – Jim Webb drops out of Democratic primary race
- Oct 13th, ’15 – First Democratic Debate (Las Vegas, Nevada, CNN)
- GOP Primaries
- Democratic Primaries
George W Bush wins the presidency for the second term.
- More than 59 million people voted for him (and 55 for John Kerry)
- He won 279 Electoral College (and John Kerry 252)
In his acceptence speech President George W. Bush mentioned that he wants to do his best to reach to the other side (people who voted for Sen. John Kerry) to bring the nation closer. He also mention that we were one nation with one Constitution bound together with one future1.
Also, in the same election, the Repulicans have gained a few seats in the Senate. They now have 55, the Democrats 44 and there is 1 indipendent.
1 – not exact quote