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Declared 2012 Democratic Presidential Candidate
Current President of the United States
Presidential Candidate Barack Obama
Born to a Kenyan father and a Caucasian mother, the former community activist and lawyer came into national prominence with a show stopping keynote address at the 2004 Democratic National Convention in Boston, befitting his reputation as a brilliant orator. In 2008, after a hard fought win against Hillary Clinton to secure the Democratic nomination, the former Senator from Illinois crushed Republican John McCain to become the first African American to claim the presidency.
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Declared 2012 Republican Presidential Candidate
Former Governor of Massachusetts
Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney
Born in Detroit, Michigan, the son of George Romney (Governor of Michigan and HUD Secretary), Mitt Romney graduated from Brigham Young University, Harvard Law School and Harvard Business School, receiving both a law degree and an MBA. He stepped into the national spotlight as president of the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympic Games. A prominent and successful businessman, the former Governor of Massachusetts turned the debt-ridden Olympic Games from a $397 million dollar deficit into a $56 million dollar surplus toward future Olympic Games.
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