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hello, please let me know if you disagree with these candidates for 2008 :)

Republican

John McCain

Rudy Guiliani

Bill Frist

George Allen

Richard Chaney

Condoleezza Rice

Democratic

John Kerry

John Edwards

Hillary R. Clinton

Wesley Clark

Dick Gephardt

Al Sharpton

You may suggest third party, but I don't plan to use them this time around!

Thanks,

ktitus

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CapA2040 replied:

For the GOP, I'd add:

Chuck Hagel

Sam Brownback

For the Dems, I'd add:

EVAN BAYH

Mark Warner

Bill Richardson

Thanks, I will! I don't know how I left Bill Richardson out. Oh, well.

Thanks,

ktitus

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progressivedem replied

I would ditch Dick Cheney, he ain't gonna run, and tack on George Pataki and Mitt Romney, maybe Jeb. For Dem's I would maybe add Schumer, Feingold, Gore, maybe Blagodevich, Tom Vilisack.

Thanks for your reply. I will keep that in mind.

Thanks,

ktitus

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I'd do

Republican

George Allen

Sam Brownback

Bill Frist

Newt Gingrich

Rudy Giuliani

Chuck Hagel

Mike Huckabee

John McCain

George Pataki

Tim Pawlenty

Mitt Romney

Tom Tancredo

Laura Bush

Haley Barbour

Dick Cheney

Elizabeth Dole

Mike Pence

Condi Rice

Mark Sanford

Rick Santorum

Christine Todd Whitman

Democratic

Evan Bayh

Joe Biden

Wes Clark

Hillary Clinton

Tom Daschle

John Edwards

Russ Feingold

John Kerry

Bill Richardson

Mark Warner

Barb Boxer

Phil Bredesen

Mike Easley

Al Gore

Dennis Kucinich

Barack Obama

Al Sharpton

Green

Rebecca Rotzler

Kat Swift

Pat LaMarche

David Cobb

Medea Benjamin

Elaine Brown

Peter Camejo

Matt Gonzalez

Winona LaDuke

Cynthia McKinney

Susan Sarandon

Cindy Sheehan

Libertarian

Lance Brown

Mike Badnarik

Independent

Jesse Ventura

Ralph Nader

Just opinions

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I'd do

    Republican

George Allen

Sam Brownback

Bill Frist

Newt Gingrich

Rudy Giuliani

Chuck Hagel

Mike Huckabee

John McCain

George Pataki

Tim Pawlenty

Mitt Romney

Tom Tancredo

Laura Bush

Haley Barbour

Dick Cheney

Elizabeth Dole

Mike Pence

Condi Rice

Mark Sanford

Rick Santorum

Christine Todd Whitman

    Democratic

Evan Bayh

Joe Biden

Wes Clark

Hillary Clinton

Tom Daschle

John Edwards

Russ Feingold

John Kerry

Bill Richardson

Mark Warner

Barb Boxer

Phil Bredesen

Mike Easley

Al Gore

Dennis Kucinich

Barack Obama

Al Sharpton

    Green

Rebecca Rotzler

Kat Swift

Pat LaMarche

David Cobb

Medea Benjamin

Elaine Brown

Peter Camejo

Matt Gonzalez

Winona LaDuke

Cynthia McKinney

Susan Sarandon

Cindy Sheehan

    Libertarian

Lance Brown

Mike Badnarik

    Independent

Jesse Ventura

Ralph Nader

Just opinions

Thanks. this will REALLY help!

Thanks,

Kevin

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You know, I'd almost be tempted to completely ditch the Libertarians. They seem to have such a minimal force these days it's almost not worth having them.

I do think that a moderate independent could do pretty well in '08.

Republican

George Allen - Probably will run and win.

Sam Brownback - Probably will run.

Bill Frist - All depends on how his insider trading thing comes out, so he's a maybe.

Newt Gingrich - Could happen.

Rudy Giuliani - I really don't think he'd make it past the primaries. Just me?

Chuck Hagel - He actually may run as an indy, but has indicated some interest in the GOP. Maybe make a GOP and an indy file?

Mike Huckabee - Probably.

John McCain - Probably, but may not get it.

George Pataki - I'm not sure. Isn't his popularity sliding in NY, or am I just crazy?

Tim Pawlenty - Don't know much about him, but being the governor of Minnesota it could happen.

Mitt Romney - Probably.

Tom Tancredo - Isn't this the "immigration only" guy? If so, I doubt it.

Laura Bush - Doubt it.

Haley Barbour - Maybe, but depends on Katrina's backlash.

Dick Cheney - After all of the CIA stuff, I doubt it. Plus, he said he doesn't want to.

Elizabeth Dole - She has before.

Mike Pence - Don't know him.

Condi Rice - She may run, but I doubt she'll win. Also said isn't interested.

Mark Sanford - Probably.

Rick Santorum - Has said he won't run.

Christine Todd Whitman - Depends, but I doubt it. I'd love her as Prez though.

Democratic

Evan Bayh - Will run and, hopefully, win.

Joe Biden - Will run.

Wes Clark - Yup.

Hillary Clinton - Yup, but she may wait until 2012 too. Who knows.

Tom Daschle - I doubt it.

John Edwards - Yup.

Russ Feingold - Yup

John Kerry - Yup

Bill Richardson - Yup

Mark Warner - Either this or Senate.

Barb Boxer - Doubt it.

Phil Bredesen - Maybe (a darkhorse).

Mike Easley - Maybe.

Al Gore - Who knows. He's said he won't, but seems to be getting the spotlight more.

Dennis Kucinich - Doubt it.

Barack Obama - Really doubt it. He's just become a senator. He'd be a good VP though.

Al Sharpton - Doubt it.

I'm not going to comment on the third parties because they're so random it's hard to tell who will or won't run.

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Mark Sanford - Probably.

Actually at the moment Mark Sanford is on a perpetual skid in the polls in South Carolina because he's seen as a pretty inept leader by Republicans & Democrats alike & its not even likely he'll be reelected in 2006. I would doubt you'd see a bid for the presidency outta him.

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I agree, but she ain't a Democrat. She's just there kind of all on her own. I could see an Independent run out of her. Or something like her forming a "RESPECT" Party specifically designed around the Iraq war.

From what I hear, the Libertarians are trying to get her to run for NY Senate in 2006. Her political views are a tad off, though.

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From what I hear, the Libertarians are trying to get her to run for NY Senate in 2006. Her political views are a tad off, though.

Yea, and she's said she won't move to run for a public office, which means it would have to be in California. She could change her mind though, I wouldn't be too surprised.

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Actually at the moment Mark Sanford is on a perpetual skid in the polls in South Carolina because he's seen as a pretty inept leader by Republicans & Democrats alike & its not even likely he'll be reelected in 2006. I would doubt you'd see a bid for the presidency outta him.

Yeah, you're right. I must've seen an older poll or something.

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