You’re going to be voting on who is the candidate you want to be president, and that means making your vote count.
That’s because, as President Donald Trump put it, the country is in “the biggest and most exciting race in history.”
And the candidates aren’t stopping there.
We’ve put together a comprehensive list of the top five candidates that you can vote for, as well as their opponents, in order to help you get the most out of your vote.
Donald Trump (US President) If you’re a Trump supporter, it’s important to remember that he has a lot to say.
His election as president has been the most polarizing in US history, with the majority of voters rejecting him and voting for Jill Stein, who is currently leading in the polls.
That doesn’t mean you can’t get excited about him, however.
He’s the most popular politician in the US right now, and the fact that he’s even running for office is a welcome development for the country.
His policies, like his hardline stance on immigration and trade, are a refreshing change from other major-party candidates.
There’s no doubt he’s going to do great things for the US. 2.
Bernie Sanders (US Democratic presidential candidate) Sanders, the self-described democratic socialist, is not a Trump fan.
While Trump’s campaign has been a bit rocky lately, it is a good thing to note that he still has a chance of winning the election.
In fact, Sanders has been polling at around 50% nationally.
He has a clear path to victory, and his supporters are ready to get behind him.
He also has a long history of building a strong base among the youth of the country, and this could play well with younger voters.
Ben Carson (US Republican presidential candidate): While Carson has been on the receiving end of a lot of negative press lately, he’s still one of the most trusted figures in American politics, especially among younger voters who could be looking to pick a different path.
His position on immigration, which has been one of his strongest points in the past, is a huge draw in the country’s youth.
He could be a great addition to the Trump administration.
Elizabeth Warren (US Senator) Warren, the former Harvard Law professor, is also a former senator from Massachusetts.
Her populist views and anti-establishment rhetoric could be appealing to many voters, especially if they want a president who is also someone who can stand up to Wall Street.
She has already announced her candidacy for president, so this isn’t just a one-off opportunity to get excited.
Bernie McMillan (US Vice President) McMillans support for the Trump-Pence ticket is clear, as is his belief that he will work with Congress to make the US more economically and socially progressive.
He will also try to improve the health of America’s working class.
It’s not just about the economy.
This election will have a lot more to do with the environment and health of the planet, which is what’s going on right now.