Politics changes rapidly and politicians are in the spotlight now more than ever before. Thanks to the 24 hour news cycle and the blogosphere, we know more about politicians and how their work affects us all. Here are some of the most popular politicians in the 2012 election :
President Obama managed to ride a wave of support all the way to the White House in 2008. The success of “hope and change” is at the center of many political debates today, but the most powerful man in the world remains the most popular person in politics.
The presidential candidate and Congressman from Texas took the political landscape by storm in 2008, and shows no sign of fading. His constructionist, libertarian, and free market views are resonating in a big way with young people. Despite a virtual media blackout, his popularity has soared thanks to YouTube videos, blogs, and strong grassroots efforts dedicated to his cause.
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Although Hillary lost out to Obama in the 2008 Democratic primary, she is now more popular than ever before. She is considered by many to be the most powerful woman in the world, and is even the beneficiary of some buyers’ remorse commentary within the Democratic Party.
Bill Clinton is one of the most charismatic politicians in the world. The former president may no longer hold political office, but he remains very relevant as a kingmaker within the Democratic Party. That he has created one of the largest and most successful global nonprofits in the world only adds to his influence.
Justin Amash is the second youngest Congressmen in the United States, and he has already fostered a deep following across the country. He is the most popular Congressman on social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter, adding sunshine to the political process by explaining every vote he makes.
The first true Tea Party candidate is poised to pick up the mantle that his father, Ron Paul, created. The junior Kentucky Senator has the ability to bridge political gaps that his father never did.
The presumptive Republican Presidential nominee is poised to offer a real challenge to President Obama in the November election.
The host of The Colbert Report has been a political commentator for years, but has recently become a driving force in the campaign finance debate with the creation of his SuperPAC, Americans for a Better Tomorrow Tomorrow. He has launched similar mock-political efforts with a presidential campaign in his home state of South Carolina, and is one of the most recognizable people within the political sphere.
The former Speaker of the House was a long shot for the Republican nomination, but he put in a surprisingly successful effort. His political acumen and gruff manner earned him plenty of television time, and might even earn him a spot back at the GOP’s conference table during the mid-term elections.
Santorum had a big following during the 2012 Republican primary. He eventually bowed out of the race, but his brand of social conservatism earned him a legion of loyal supporters across the country. Politicians 2012.
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