lysnk2 replied to your post: fangirlinaredsundress replied to your post:…
Nope. I think that if the President runs again, I think he just gets to.

onelittleglassslipper replied to your post: fangirlinaredsundress replied to your post:…
Nope, since he’s running for a second term no one else from his party runs.

fangirlinaredsundress replied to your post: fangirlinaredsundress replied to your post:…
It’s not supposed to happen, but they’ve had two nominees from one party in the past. But that was like, way back in the early 1900s with one of the Roosevelts.

Oooh, and while we are on it…are those the only two parties to exists and that can run for president?

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  1. archivedfireworksinafield said: The U.S. has a two-party system, so the Republicans and Democrats are the two main parties that control Congress and get their people elected President. But there are a bunch of “third parties” that also run candidates. They never win, though.
  2. archivedjessthecoconut said: No, there’s always “independents”, who are neutral from the main two, and I *think* anyone in the US can start their own political party.
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