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It is believed that the 2008 U.S. presidential race will be "the most expensive election in American history. The estimated expenditure is close to $1 billion. A candidate who is serious about his or her presidential bid is expected to raise at least $100 million by the end of 2007.

The 2008 race for US President will be the first time in 80 years that both major parties will have open contests for the Presidential nomination without a sitting President or Vice President in the running. Candidates for the 2008 election began to emerge during 2006. In 2007, fundraising began in earnest. Many politicians have formally expressed their desire for the presidency in the form of "exploratory committees".

The key states to watch throughout the battle will be the "battleground" states. These states include New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Florida, West Virginia, Ohio, Iowa, Wisconsin, Colorado, and New Mexico. Unlike the rest of the states, these states are not believed to be in favor of one candidate or the other.

The biggest election issue this time round is undoubtedly going to be the war in Iraq. All the presidential candidates have an opinion on the war and how America should proceed in order to clear up the mess. As an increasingly war-weary nation looks for some direction for the future, the issue of Iraq will clearly have a huge impact on the outcome of the polls.

Democrats

  1. Evan Bayh
  2. Joe Biden
  3. Wesley Clark
  4. Hillary Rodham Clinton
  5. Christopher Dodd
  6. John Edwards
  7. Al Gore
  8. Mike Gravel
  9. Dennis Kucinich
  10. Barack Obama
  11. Bill Richardson
  12. Al Sharpton
  13. Tom Vilsack

 

 

 

Republicans

  1. Sam Brownback
  2. John H. Cox
  3. Bill Frist
  4. Jim Gilmore
  5. Newt Gingrich
  6. Rudy Giuliani
  7. Chuck Hagel
  8. Mike Huckabee
  9. Duncan Hunter
  10. John McCain
  11. George Pataki
  12. Ron Paul
  13. Condoleeza Rice
  14. Mitt Romney
  15. Michael Charles Smith
  16. Tom Tancredo
  17. Fred Thompson
  18. Tommy Thompson

 

 

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