Will 2016 turn out to be the year when American voters get tired of the testosterone-laden, heavy hand of a man sitting in the big chair behind the desk of the Oval Office?
Will 2016 be the year when American voters turn to the more gentle, estrogen-laced woman to lead our military in times of peace and war?
Many across this nation are crying out that it is indeed the time for a female president. The leader of the free world is the prize and the top of the “glass ceiling” which the “gentler” and “fairer” sex has yet to break through.
The choice of a Madame President is not limited, as many seem to believe, to either a Democrat or a Republican. Most people immediately think of Her Royal Consort Hillary Rodham Clinton as the woman to make the break. Some talk of former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina as the right female.
But not all women are Republicans nor Democrats. There are countless independents out there who sway this way or that way depending on the issue or the candidate.
If you are ready for a woman president, but want someone other than a Democrat or Republican – read Clinton or Fiorina – or maybe a Democrat or Republican you haven’t heard about, here are some options:
Declared Republican Candidate
Shawna Sterling – MORE
Possible Democratic Candidates
Amy Klobuchar – Minnesota Senator – MORE
Claire McCaskill – Missouri Sneator – MORE
Janet Napolitano – Former Homeland Secretary & Arizona Governor – MORE
Elizabeth Warren – Massachusetts Senator – MORE
Declared Green Party Candidate
Jean Stein – 2012 Green Party Nominee & Physician – MORE
Potential Green Party Candidate
Cynthia McKinney – Former Georgia Congresswoman – MORE
Libertarian Party Declared Candidate
Joy Waymire – Veteran & Spiritual Visionary – MORE
Independent Declared Candidates
Lynn Sandra Kahn – Executive Consultant – MORE
Tami Stainfield – Computer Science & Political Studies – MORE
Samm Tittle – Entrepreneur – MORE
From the Cornfield, looking through the stalks and the cacti in the Desert, while at this point in the political time clock it is not possible to know how valid the claim that 2016 will be the year that estrogen beats out testosterone, there are choices to be made.
American voters are not limited to HRC or Carly. The chances of the other women running to stake a claim for Americans hearts are slim, but doable.