In the left corner is former First Lady turned Senator turned Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who received the Democratic Party’s nomination against two-term Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.
Representing the Republican Party in the right corner is real estate developer turned television celebrity Donald Trump, who is the last person standing in a field that started with more than a dozen Republican presidential hopefuls.
A Clinton-versus-Trump decision is one many Americans are pondering with pinched noses and frowns if not outright calls for “do-overs.” But here we are.
There are two other nationwide candidates – Libertarian Gary Johnson and Green Party member Jill Stein. But their campaigns have so far failed to gain traction with polls falling below the 15-percent threshold set by the Commission on Presidential Debates to qualify for the primetime debates.
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