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2012 Presidential Election

By | August 2012
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2012 Presidential Election

The United States presidential election of 2012 is scheduled for Tuesday, November 6, 2012. It will be the “57th quadrennial presidential election, in which presidential electors, who will elect the President and Vice President of the United States on December 17, 2012"(2012 Presidential”). Incumbent President Barack Obama is running for a final term during this election. Who will be more than likely running against Obama is Mitt Romney? There are several candidate issues to consider when deciding whom to vote for in the upcoming presidential election such as health care, and the economy. There are radical differences between the candidates concerning healthcare and the economy. People need to think long and hard regarding which candidate for which they will to vote for. All need to make certain that the candidate he or she selects has a plan in place for helping the US in regards to the economy and healthcare. Mitt Romney should be elected as president because of his keen business sense. The first election occurred many centuries ago. The idea of holding an election came about because of an overwhelming desire of human nature to make the choice. When thinking about it, one can say that the process of carrying out a democratic election has improved over the years. This seems to be true because, today we have publicity. It is extremely easy for a citizen to receive full information about the candidate, but the advertising can be confusing. Moreover, today people are more familiar with their rights and obligations they have, as well as they are willing to rule the sway of their and the countries’ destinies. Though, at the same time, the stated above is rather controversial, because the more developed humans get, the more immoral, they appear to be. The Democrats did not fare as well in the “2010 midterm elections, losing control of the House of Representatives” to the Republicans (Green and...
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