Email for President! Clinton vs. Trump
Are we there yet? It was just over a year ago Ted Cruz became the first official candidate for the next president of the United States of America. Since then, some 20 other candidates have come and, mostly, gone. With more than half the primaries having taken place, Cruz is still in the race, but second to Donald Trump for the Republican ticket. On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton leads Bernie Sanders with strong superdelegate support.
Given the lengthy election cycle, many voters might not be willing to see who wins, they’re just ready for the whole thing to be over. Those seeking an escape might want to check out Japan, whose law mandates elections take no more than 12 days. The rest of us will endure another six months of speeches, ads, and, yes, emails. But we like emails. Here now, is a look back at how frontrunners Trump and Clinton approached the medium since they began running.
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