The 2012 presidential campaign of Herman Cain, an American businessman and radio host, began shortly after the 2010 midterm elections.He ran for the 2012 Republican Party nomination for President of the United States.. Although he was frequently mentioned as a possible candidate, Cain stopped short of a full-fledged candidacy before the beginning of 2011.Affiliation: Republican Party
Nov 02, 2020 · Stop number 3 was in Pittsburgh, where the largest crowd so far greeted him. It also featured an Omaha style bus snafu, with parking several miles from the rally site, and people waiting hours for transport. Temps were in the 40’s The final stop had him in the center of the state, near Williamsport, with a crowd still in the thousands.
Nov 15, 2020 · Despite the record number of new cases, and deaths a day or two short of a quarter million, some of Trumps more rabid supporters gathered more than 10,000 of their number in Washington DC, in hopes of overturning the election. With some of them starting in Texas, forming a caravan of pickup trucks, etc, they… Read More
Herman Cain (December 13, 1945 – July 30, 2020) was an American businessman and activist for the Tea Party movement within the Republican Party.Born in Memphis, Tennessee, Cain grew up in Georgia and graduated from Morehouse College with a bachelor's degree in mathematics. He then earned a master's degree in computer science at Purdue University while also working full-time for the U.S ...Education: Morehouse College (BS), Purdue University …
Dec 04, 2011 · ATLANTA, GA - DECEMBER 03: Herman Cain announces that he is suspending his campaign as a Republican presidential candidate during the scheduled opening of a local campaign headquarters on December ...
Dec 03, 2011 · The final death warrant for Cain's hopes for a campaign that stretched into 2012 came when Ginger White, a longtime friend of Cain's, came forward to say that she had sustained a sexual relationship with Cain for several years.
The 9–9–9 Plan was a tax proposal that was a centerpiece of Herman Cain's 2012 campaign for the Republican Party's nomination for president of the United States. It was introduced in August 2011. The plan called for the replacement of all current taxes, such as the payroll tax, capital gains tax, and the estate tax, with a 9% personal income tax, 9% federal sales tax, and a 9% corporate tax.