Who ran for president republican 2012?
Romney was officially announced as the 2012 Republican presidential nominee on August 28, 2012. He was defeated by incumbent President Barack Obama in the general election on November 6, 2012.
What was voter turnout in 2012?
Note: The Bipartisan Policy Center has stated that turnout for 2012 was 57.5 percent of the voting-age population (VAP), which they claim was a decline from 2008. They estimate that as a percent of eligible voters, turnout was: 2000, 54.2%; in 2004 60.4%; 2008 62.3%; and 2012 57.5%.
Who opposed Obama in 2012?
Along with his running mate, Vice President Joe Biden, Barack Obama was opposed in the general election by former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, along with various minor candidates from other parties. The election took place on Tuesday, November 6, 2012.
What is the complete list of candidates for president for 2012?
Here is your complete list of the 2012 candidates for President. We bring you each political party’s Presidential nominee, along with their running mate, picture, background, a brief summary, web site, email and physical address, phone and other interesting details.
Where can I find the list of candidates for President?
We bring you each political party’s Presidential nominee, along with their running mate, picture, background, a brief summary, web site, email and physical address, phone and other interesting details. Also, be sure to vote for your favorite candidate in our online poll located at WhiteoutPress.com. Ballot-qualified in 50 States.
Who was the Justice Party candidate in 2008?
The Justice Party did not field a candidate in 2008. Ballot-qualified in 3 States. Roseanne Barr is a mother, grandmother, activist, leader, feminist, and successful business woman that is addressing the concerns of the 99%. She is the lone voice of courage and reason who is unstoppable as she holds corporate-funded politicians feet to the fire.