The Democratic Primary battle for the 2006 Democrat Nomination for President began in late 2005, all known candidates are listed below.

Declared Candidates:

President Bartlet's two-term presidency left a lack of strong candiates to retain the White House. Early front runner Pennsylvania Governor Eric Baker declined to run, giving Vice President Russell front runner status, winning 25 states during the primaries ("2162 Votes"). Leo McGarry, a prominent Democratic politician and then-counselor to Josiah Bartlet, believed, after Senator Arnold Vinick became the front runner for the Republican Nomination, that the Democrats had no one who could beat him.

Iowa CaucusEdit

Before the caucus: Edit

Russell was the frontrunner with Hoynes second and the other candidates polling very low (Santos is said to be polling at 3%)

Results: Edit

Vice President Robert Russell won the caucus.

New Hampshire PrimaryEdit

Before the primary : Edit

  • Seven candidates are on the ballot (Amy Gardner calls them the "Seven Dwarves")
  • Russell and Hoynes are the only candidates to poll at over 20%
  • Russell and Hoynes hit each other hard with a ton of negative ads with Russell highlighting Hoynes' pro-gun voting record when he was Senator, while Hoynes attacked Russell for being coy with the mining industry

Results : Edit

Vice President Robert Russell won the New Hampshire Primary. Santos came in third with 19%.

South Carolina Primary Edit

Former Vice President John Hoynes likely won this contest. It is likely Ricky Rafferty dropped out of the primary election after this one.

Arizona Primary Edit

Little is known about it, apart from the fact Matt Santos won it ("A Good Day")

New Mexico Primary Edit

Little is known about it, apart from the fact Matt Santos won it ("A Good Day")

Super Tuesday Edit

Before Super Tuesday: Edit

Super Tuesday results: Edit

Matt Santos wins California ("La Palabra")

Bob Russell wins in New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Vermont ("La Palabra")

Texas PrimaryEdit

Santos won the Texas Primary. ("2162 Votes")

Florida PrimaryEdit

Santos won the Florida Primary. ("2162 Votes")

Pennsylvania PrimaryEdit

Santos won the Pennsylvania Primary. ("2162 Votes")

Illinois PrimaryEdit

Santos won the Illinois Primary. ("2162 Votes")

New Jersey Primary Edit

This was the last primary of the cycle. Santos won it by less than 1% over Russell ("In God We Trust")

Preceded by:
Democratic Presidential Primary Elections
Succeeded by:

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