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  • McMullin 2 ways

    1. Win Utah and only Utah. Trump and Hillary tie and the vote goes to the house where each state gets (1) vote. Hillary does not win in the house. Not even close. GOP may not like the Trump option. So votes swing to the remaining state winner because she cannot win and both despise Trump...

    2. Is there anyone who does not believe that there is a significant opportunity for Mr. Trump to perform an epic collapse of his own candidacy? Just a few words... Funding from the GOP gets cut... He claims the whole thing is rigged and quits for lack of support and funding. This would leave a significant hole in the right wing offering. Pence would probably be hard pressed to carry the standard at that time and who do you plug in that won't have baggage or a previous political commitment or current campaign for another office?

    About 60% of the GOP didn't want Trump in the first place. Many Dems would rather not have Clinton. In the right scenario... It is all up for grabs...

    Good luck America!

  • Yes he can!

    He can be president, it is simple!
    1. Get grass roots support from volunteers.
    2. Get on the ballot in as many states as possible.
    3. Get on the best tv news shows and popular radio talk shows.
    4. Make it to the debate stage and impress the voters.
    5. Win enough votes in the general election to send the election to the House.

  • Yes he can!

    He can be president, it is simple!
    1. Get grass roots support from volunteers.
    2. Get on the ballot in as many states as possible.
    3. Get on the best tv news shows and popular radio talk shows.
    4. Make it to the debate stage and impress the voters.
    5. Win enough votes in the general election to send the election to the House.

  • Becoming president requires more name recognition than McMullin currently has

    One of the main requirements of becoming a U.S. president is a war chest of money from influential business owners. Successful candidates also have support from many key politicians who bring the votes of their own supporters. It is also necessary to have name recognition. EVan McMullin does not have enough of these things to stand a chance at being president.

  • No, Evan McMullin will not be president.

    I do not believe Evan McMullin has any shot at becoming president, and that opinion has nothing to do with his political beliefs. Since McMullin is a Republican, yet he he is not the Republican nominee for president, history shows us that his chances of winning are slim to none. In an overwhelmingly dualistic political scene, the majority of votes will undoubtedly be for either of the main party's nominees, largely, in my opinion, due to the ignorance of the general public. The last time a president was elected who was not an official nominee of his party was Franklin Pierce as the 14th president in 1852, and he was the only president ever elected who was not a party nominee. I may be wrong, but the history books often give the most accurate odds of what will happen in the future.

  • No, he does not.

    Unfortunalty the race for the President of the United States of America is a popularity contest. That popularity contest may be backed by facts about public policy, and the like, but it still boils down to who is better like. Nobody has any idea who Evan McMullin is, so he cannot become president.

  • Evan McMullinhas no chance to be president

    Evan McMullin has no chance to get elected president of the United States. He is running as an Independent, which historically does not get a meaningful share of the vote. Even in a strange political year, he is facing competition from other third party candidates that are polling at higher numbers.


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