The Long, Long Presidential Campaign [INFOGRAPHIC]

The Long, Long Presidential Campaign [INFOGRAPHIC]

Yesterday, Ted Cruz was the first potential nominee to announce a campaign for the 2016 election. With Cruz’s announcement a long 596 days before the election date, today’s visualization from The Economist looks at how often in history the early bird gets the worm.

For the Republicans, the first to announce has not got the nomination since at least 1952. Last cycle, Newt Gingrich was first to throw his hat in the ring in on May 11, 2011. However, it was just under a year later on May 2, 2012 that he would withdraw and offer his support to the eventual nominee, Mitt Romney.

H/T Visual Capitalist

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The Long, Long Presidential Campaign

Presidential Campaign

Original graphic from: The Economist

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