Who was the Democratic Party candidate in 2016?

Who was the Democratic Party candidate in 2016?

On July 26, 2016, the Democratic National Convention officially nominated Clinton for president and a day later, Virginia Senator Tim Kaine for vice president. On November 8, 2016, Republican nominee Donald Trump defeated Clinton in the general election, though Clinton won the popular vote.

Who ran in 2016 primaries?

Results of the 2016 Republican Party presidential primaries

Candidate Donald Trump Ted Cruz
Home state New York Texas
Delegate count 1,441 551
Contests won 41 11
Popular vote 14,015,993 7,822,100

Who won the Democratic nomination in 2016?

As of June 8, Hillary Clinton was considered the presumptive nominee according to media organizations. On July 26, the second day of the Democratic National Convention, Clinton was confirmed the Democratic nominee for the 2016 United States presidential election.

Who runs against Pat Robertson?

1988 Republican Party presidential primaries

Candidate George H. W. Bush Pat Robertson
Home state Texas Virginia
Contests won 42 4
Popular vote 8,253,512 1,097,446
Percentage 67.9% 9.0%

Who did Hillary beat?

2016 U.S. presidential election

Presidential candidate Vice presidential candidate Party Electoral votes
Donald Trump Mike Pence Republican 304
Hillary Clinton Tim Kaine Democratic 227
Gary Johnson Bill Weld Libertarian 0
Jill Stein Ajamu Baraka Green 0

Did Bernie win Michigan 2016?

Bernie Sanders’ narrow win was one of the largest upsets in American political history, with polling before the primary showing him trailing Hillary Clinton by an average of 21.4 points. Clinton lost Michigan by a narrow margin of 0.23% in the general election, against Republican nominee Donald Trump.