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The United States presidential election of 2010 would have been scheduled to occur in November 2010.

Democratic CandidateEdit

Incumbent President Matt Santos would have likely sought reelection to a second term with his designated Vice President Eric Baker as his running mate.

Republican CandidateEdit

Although former candidate Arnold Vinick has previously expressed interest in running again in 2010, his position as Secretary of State in the Santos Administration deems it unlikely.

Both prior to[1] and after the 2006 election, Governor Ray Sullivan was considered the frontrunner for the 2010 election, having moved toward the center and becoming a "Vinick republican." [2]

Former Speaker of the House and Acting President, Glen Allen Walken would have been considered a front-runner for the Republican nomination.


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