In honor of election season, Mike, Tommy and Kevin discuss each Mighty Duck’s presidential candidacy. They break the Ducks down by party and then discuss which Ducks make deep runs in the primaries and who wins each party’s nomination. But YOU have to vote for who wins the general election.
The party affiliations:
Adam Banks (“Adam take it to the Banks’)
Charlie Conway (“It’s either Conway or highway”)
Tommy Duncan (“Tommy “going to drop out soon” Duncan”)
Julie “The Cat” Gaffney (“The Cat”)
Greg Goldberg (“Goldberg the Goalie: Stopping incoming attacks”)
Dave Karp (“Dave Karp is very sharp”)
Peter Mark (“On the Mark for America”)
Dean Portman (“You can lean on Dean”)
Ken Wu (‘Wu America”)
Democrats (plus slogan):
Tammy Duncan (“Tammy ‘Slam’ Duncan”)
Jesse Hall (“Hall for one”)
Terry Hall (“Terry Hall on the ball”)
Fulton Reed (“Fulton Reed? Indeed!”)
Russ Tyler (“Don’t tussel with Russell”
Les Averman (Les is more)
Minnesota hasn’t voted the Republican nominee for president since 1972.
Maine is actually more Democratic than Republican. No Republican presidential nominee has carried the state since 1988, although George W. Bush hotly contested the state in 2000 and 2004.
The Oreo Line:
And just because:
Rubio is from Miami, but Miami-Dade County is traditionally Democratic.
The guy with the 9-9-9 plan was Herman Cain.
Let your voice be heard. The presidential tickets, plus an opportunity for a write-in:
Pod intro and outro by Josh Luecht