2016 Presidential Election

The 2016 presidential election is quickly approaching. No matter what your stance, there are plenty of ways to immerse yourself in the election process. Will you do your research, watch the debates, or simply avoid all of the bickering?

“We would all like to vote for the best man but he is never a candidate.” – Kin Hubbard

“The candidate out front on Labor Day has historically been the one who stayed ahead in November.” – Peter Jennings

“We do not owe allegiance to any candidate because they share our party or our color, but because they share our principles and our conscience.”—Benjamin Todd Jealous

“Every now and then, a presidential candidate surprises us with a truly human and honest moment.” – Ron Fournier

“No matter what name we give it or how we judge it, a candidate’s character is central to political reporting because it is central to a citizen’s decision in voting.” – Roger Mudd

“I would caution all of us or I would remind all of us that any candidate that we support, they are going to be flawed.” – J.C. Watts

“Our political institutions work remarkably well. They are designed to clang against each other. The noise is democracy at work.” – Michael Novak

“People often say that, in a democracy, decisions are made by a majority of the people. Of course, that is not true. Decisions are made by a majority of those who make themselves heard and who vote – a very different thing.” – Walter H. Judd

“Politics, it seems to me, for years, or all too long, has been concerned with right or left instead of right or wrong.” – Richard Armour

“The most important political office is that of the private citizen.” – Louis Brandeis

“Democracy is being allowed to vote for the candidate you dislike least.” – Robert Bryne

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