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When Hillary Clinton announced that she'd be running for president in 2016, we were so excited to finally see a woman campaigning to become the Commander In Chief. However we couldn't help but ask ourselves, if we could nominate any woman for president, would Hillary still be our number one choice? 

So, we posed the question to you, our faithful readers, and got some interesting answers. Many of you suggested successful female politicians, and some of our favorite entertainers, were also thrown into the mix. Above all though, the answers showed one thing: America is ready for a female president and we've got plenty of qualified candidates to choose from.

Now without further ado, here are all of the woman you think deserve a term or two inside the Oval Office.

Condoleezza Rice

Condoleezza Rice certainly has the experience needed for presidency and already knows her way around the White House. Rice served as the 66th Secretary of State under President George W. Bush and held the title of National Security Adviser as well. 

Nominated by: Brynna L. and Darlene P. 


Who runs the world? Well according to many of you Beyonce should. As Facebook user Rania H. said, "She's already the queen, why not make her president?" 

Nominated by: Rainia H., Layne W., Baker O., Marina M. and Stefanie K.

Tina Fey 

One of our favorite funny ladies got a fare share of nominations from our Facebook followers. Fey already played a politician on TV, why not have her play the part in real life? Plus we can only imagine how hilarious her correspondents dinner speech would be. And if anyone can add some humor into the State of the Union address, it would be her. 

Nominated by: Andrea D., Jamie F., Cherryle F., Rylie V., Ariana M., Danielle P., Taylor D., Nerissa G., Michelle B., James Y., Vianca M., Heather G., Nancy B., Nicole D., Breyonna D., Candy G., April O., Isaiah W., Zachary R. and Danny S. 

Sarah Palin

The former governor of Alaska was very close to making it to the White House last election, maybe the second time will be the charm for this maverick momma? She's already got a vote from Facebook user Viki G. who says, "[Palin] speaks her mind, she has political experience, and she doesn't fit in the "good ol' boys club."

Nominated by: Blaine P., Viki G., Drango G. and Michael B. 

Angelina Jolie  

Although Jolie is primarily known as an actress and mother to a very large and very adorable broad of children, she's also an accomplished humanitarian whose work has positively impacted many people's lives. She's been a UNHRC Goodwill Ambassador for over a decade and in 2012 was appointed a special envoy. Plus we'd be extremely interested to see President Jolie's foreign policy. 

Nominated by: Linda G.

Julia Roberts

We have a feeling that this pretty woman's gorgeous smile would look great in a presidential portrait. Besides being one of the highest paid actresses of all time and one of People magazine's "50 Most Beautiful People in the World" eleven times, Roberts is known for giving her time and resources to UNICEF as well as many climate change causes. 

Nominated by: Heather O., 

Ellen DeGeneres 

If Ellen took over the White House, we can only imagine how many dance parties and pranks she'd play in the Oval Office. However the comedian and talk show host is also a well known humanitarian. Plus in 2011, she was named a special envoy for global AIDS awareness.

Nominated by: Dianna K., Susan L. and Candy G.

Elizabeth Warren

As a US Senator for Massachusetts, Warren already knows her way around Capitol Hill, so it's not too much of a stretch to imagine her as commander in chief. The former Harvard Law School professor, is known as an avid consumer protection advocate and for her progressive politics. 

Nominated by: Bonham S. and Marcus A.

Oprah Winfrey

As one of the most powerful (and richest) women in the world, we're sure Oprah could run one heck of a good presidential campaign. Can you imagine the talk show host's speeches? You get a tax break and you get a tax break! 

Nominated by: Jennifer D. and Fernando V.

Hillary Clinton

It seems that Hillary, after all, is still the favored female candidate for presidential office for many people. Which is good news, considering she's the only one for sure running in 2016. The former first lady and secretary of state hopes to receive the democratic party's nomination and make history as the first female president of the United Stated. 

Nominated by: Semaj M., Rosie H., Rusty I., Nivea R. and Jason H. 

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