Sean F Kennedy Posted May 1, 2022 Share Posted May 1, 2022 (edited) In the lead up to a new millennia and the end of the Presidency of Bill Clinton both parties look to identify themselves after a divisive impeachment trial. Al Gore is seen as Clinton’s heir, although left wing Democrats who are dissatisfied with Clinton’s more moderate policies could potentially mount a challenge. Meanwhile Republicans have a wide open field, the impeachment of Bill Clinton backfired on the party, preventing the usual trend of a President losing seats in the congress in the midterms, although still in control both houses of congress with Democrats rising popularity and the resignation of Newt Gingrich the Republicans are without a clear leader. Many point to Texas Governor George W. Bush or Arizona Senator and former POW John McCain. Although it’s anyone’s game at this point. Potential Candidates Democrats Al Gore Hillary Cilinton @Zenobiyl Bill Bradley Russ Feingold @Rezi Robert Byrd Joe Lieberman Ann Richards Paul Wellstone @Fbarbarossa Dennis Kucinich @Murrman104 John Kerry Bernie Sanders @Rodja Evan Bayh Republicans George W. Bush @ShortKing John McCain @WVProgressive Dan Quayle @Pringles Pat Buchanan @The Blood Bill Weld @Cenzonico John Kasich Orinn Hatch Steve Forbes Elizabeth Dole @Hestia George Pataki Newt Gingrich Reform Pat Buchanan Donald Trump @mark2 Ross Perot Jesse Ventura Green Ralph Nader @Timur Edited May 1, 2022 by Sean F Kennedy Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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