Race for the White House: Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton inch closer to final showdown

| Wednesday, May 11, 2016 - 16:31
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Race for the White House: It's Donald Trump vs Hillary Clinton

Race for the White House: It's Donald Trump vs Hillary Clinton

New York: Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are running neck-and-neck in three key battleground states deemed crucial to winning the White House in November’s presidential election.
According to the poll conducted nationwide, Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania are the key states where they are giving a tough fight to each other. 
Incidentally, since the year 1960, no candidate has won a presidential election without winning at least two of the states. Barack Obama won all three in his successful 2008 and 2012 presidential election campaigns.
More than 1,000 voters in each state were interviewed for the surveys between April 27 and May 8, partially covering the period when Donald Trump wrapped up the Republican nomination by winning last Tuesday’s Indiana primary, claim reports.  
Hillary Clinton Donald Trump
Secretary of State 2009–2013
Senator for New York 2001–2009; First Lady 1993–2001
Chairman & President, Trump Association; 2016-Trump's first official foray into politics
Age: 68
Party: Democratic
Education:Wellesley College and then Yale Law School
Age: 69
Party: Republican
Education: University of Pennsylvania
Campaign slogan: Make America Great Again
Strengths: Experienced and just one Democrat opponent. Has the chance to make history as first US female president
Strengths: Name recognition, deep pockets, and a no-holds-barred style 
Weaknesses: Seen by some as a throwback to a previous generation. Also faces accusations she is untrustworthy and out of touch Weaknesses: His statements have caused controversy and accusations of incitement to violence from his supporters against protesters


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