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Condoleeza Rice Mitt Romney Michael Charles Smith Tom Tancredo
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Biography, Videos, and Latest 2008 Election Polls

Current President George W. Bush will be ineligible to seek another term and current Vice Present Dick Cheney has announced that he will not seek the Republican presidential nomination. This leaves the field wide open for the nomination. 

The Republican party is often referred to as the Grand Old Party, although it is the younger of the two major parties. The Republican Party is the more socially conservative and economically libertarian of the two major parties, and has close ties to both big companies and smaller private businesses.

Since the September 11 attacks, the party supports neoconservative policies with regard to the War on Terror, including the war in Afghanistan and the invasion of Iraq. The party strongly promotes free trade agreements, most notably NAFTA, CAFTA and has made an effort to go to underdeveloped nations like Brazil, Peru and Colombia.


The race toward the White House generally doesn't pick up any speed until well into the year before the election. But the 2008 presidental election is filled with so many hot hopefuls that the political buzzwire is going haywire. Several political bigwigs have expressed interest in joining the herds of politicans who would love to replace George W. Bush as America's Commander in Chief.

On the Republican Side of Things

In March 2006, Illinois conservative John H. Cox announced that he would be running for president. The University of Illinois at Chicago graduate formerly hosted his own talk radio program, "Progressive Conservative," on Chicago AM radio. He is the father of three teen girls.

As of yet, Cox is the only candidate who has officially announced a presidential run. Other politicans have announced a serious interest in bidding. Those candidates include:

Senator George Allen of Virginia: George Allen is the former governor of Virginia, and his political career has been marked with controversy since the start. Allen has been devoutly opposed to the nationally observed Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. African-American Virginians expressed frequent disgust at Allen's approval of the Confederate flag. In August 2006, Allen was accused of calling a young Native American man a "macca," which is a racial slur targeted toward Africans.

  • Allen's shaping up to be a George Wallace for the new age.
  • Senator Sam Brownback of Kansas
  • Senator Bill Frist, Tennesee
  • Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich
  • Rudy Giuliani: The former Mayor of New York City is credited with holding the city together following the September 11th terror attacks of 2001.
  • Senator Chuck Hagel of Nebraska
  • Governor Mike Huckabee, Arkansas
  • Senator John Cain, Arizona
  • New York Governor John Pataki
  • Governor Mitt Romney of Massachusetts
  • Representative Tom Tancredo, Colorado


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