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18 candidates are running for president, nine Republicans and nine Democrats.

The chosen two will likely be selected just two months from now.

That's because more than half the states will be holding primaries on or before February 5th, including Alabama.

We will determine earlier than ever before who we want to be those two candidates.

If you haven't registered to vote yet, do it now.

The deadline is January 25th.

We don't need polls or pundits to tell us who may win or should win.

We can decide for ourselves.  We should inform ourselves on each candidate.

Check out wsfa.com to see links to each of the candidates websites.

Exercise one of our most important rights and decide who would be best to lead us.        

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