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  • Democratic Presidential Candidates

    Democratic Presidential Candidates

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  • Republican Presidential Candidates

    Republican Presidential Candidates

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  • Senator Joe Biden (D)

    Joe Biden

    First elected to the Senate in 1972, a few weeks shy of his 30th birthday, Biden won the sixth term in 2002. Bide, the new chairmen of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, officially jumped into the race Jan. 31st, 2007, calling the Iraq War "the greatest foreign policy disaster of our time"More >>
  • -Senator Sam Brownback (R)

    Senator Sam Brownback (R)

    Brownback, who captured the seat vacated by Bob Dole in 1996, has received national attention on a number of issues including abortion, stem cell research, and same sex marriage. In Kansas, he is considered the head of teh GOP's conservative wing. More >>
  • Senator Hillary Clinton (D)

    Hillary Clinton

    In 2000, Hillary was elected to the United States Senate from New York. As Senator, Hillary has continued her advocacy for children and families and has been a national leader on homeland security andMore >>
  • Duncan Hunter (R)

    Duncan Hunter (R)

    Since first being elected to Congress in 1980, Duncan Hunter has devoted himself to ensuring that our military is second to none, securing our nation's borders, and protecting American workers from unfair competition.More >>
  • Senator John Edwards (D)

    John Edwards (D)

    John Edwards was born in Seneca, South Carolina and raised in Robbins, North Carolina, a small town in the Piedmont. There John learned the values of hard work and perseverance from his father, Wallace, who worked in the textile mills for 36 years, and from his mother, Bobbie, who ran a shop and worked at the post office.More >>
  • Rudy Giuliani (R)

    Rudy Giuliani (R)

    Giuliani pulled out of a 2000 Senate race against Hillary Clinton after being diagnosed with Prostate Cancer. He gained worldwide recognition after the terrorist attacks of 9-11-02. More >>
  • Mike Gravel (D)

    Mike Gravel (D)

    Gravel's campaign is based primarily on his ardent support for direct democracy (The National Initiative), but also emphasizes his support for a national sales tax and abolition of the IRS, immediate withdrawal from the war in Iraq, and a single-payer national health care system, and term limits during his campaign."More >>
  • Mike Huckabee (R)

    Mike Huckabee (R)

    Term limits prevent Huckabee from serving any longer as Arkansas governor; the conservative Republican announced the first steps of an underdog White House bid in January 2007. The staunch opponent of abortion rights and gay marriage faces a tough fight from other conservatives vying for support from the GOP's right flank.More >>
  • Dennis Kucinich (D)

    Dennis Kucinich's courageous and visionary presidential campaign excited a new generation of young Americans to involvement in the 2004 Democratic Primary elections. More >>
  • Senator John McCain (R)

    Senator John McCain (R)

    A maverick sometimes at odds with his own party, he made an unsuccessful White House bid in 200. He is a champion of campaign finance reform and is liked by some Democrats as well as Independents. A vocal backer of President Bush's plan to add more troops in Iraq, he is becoming increasingly linked to an unpopular war. More >>
  • Senator Barack Obama (D)

    Senator Barack Obama (D)

    The son of a black father from Kenya and a white mother from Kansas, Obama has a blended political savvy and personal charm to take him from the streets of Harlem to Chicago to the floor of the US Senate. The freshman senator, D-Ill., was being touted as a possible presidential candidate even before taking office.

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  • Congressman Ron Paul (R)

    Congressman Ron Paul (R)

    Congressman Ron Paul (R) is the leading advocate for freedom in our nation's capital.   As a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Dr. Paul tirelessly works for limited constitutional government, low taxes, free markets, and a return to sound monetary policies. More >>
  • Gov. Bill Richardson (D)

    Gov. Bill Richardson (D)

    Richardson, with a career in politics and diplomacy, including a stint as the U.N Ambassador, has being called New Mexico's Govenor "the best job I ever had." He is the nation's only hispanic govenor. More >>
  • Mitt Romney (R)

    Mitt Romney (R)

    Romney may be best known nationally for organizing the Salt Lake City Winter Olympics. As governor, Romney championed the reinstatement of the death penalty and opposed gay marriage - headline - makers in liberal state. He also closed a $3 billion dollar budget gap without imposing new taxes.More >>
  • Tom Tancredo (R)

    Tom Tancredo (R)

    An outspoken opponent of illegal immigration who has criticized fellow Republicans as being too soft on the issue, Tancredo has said immigration would be a central focus of his presidential campaign. More >>
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