2020 Candidates

The following is a list of the candidates at the state and federal level that have announced intentions to run for office. This is reasonably accurate as of April 27, 2019.

President of the United States

Democratic Party

Michael Bennet (D)
U.S. Senator

Joe Biden (D)
Vice President, United States
U.S. Senator

Cory Booker (D)
Mayor, Newark NJ
U.S. Senator

Steve Bullock (D)
Governor of Montana
Attorney General – Montana

Pete Buttigieg (D)
Mayor, South Bend, IN

Julian Castro (D)
Mayor, San Antonio, TX
U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development

Bill de Blasio (D)
Mayor, New York City

John Delaney (D)
U.S. Representative

Tulsi Gabbard (D)
U.S. Representative
Major – Army National Guard

Kirsten Gillibrand (D)
U.S. Senator
U.S. Representative

Mike Gravel (D, L)
U.S. Senator

Kamala Harris (D)
Attorney General – California
U.S. Senator

John Hickenlooper (D)
Governor of Colorado
Mayor, Denver, CO

Jay Inslee (D)
Governor of Washington
U.S. Representative

Amy Klobuchar (D)
U.S. Senator

Wayne Messam (D)
Mayor, Mirimar, FL

Seth Moulton (D)
U.S. Representative

Beto O’Rourke (D)
U.S. Representative

Tim Ryan (D)
U.S. Representative

Bernie Sanders (D)
U.S. Senator
U.S. Representative
Mayor, Burlington, VT

Eric Swalwell (D)
U.S. Representative

Elizabeth Warren (D)
U.S. Senator

Marianne Williamson (D)
Author, Lecturer, Activist

Andrew Yang (D)
Entrepreneur

Green Party

Howie Hawkins (G)
Co-Founder of the Green Party

Dario Hunter (G)
Youngstown Board of Education


Libertarian Party

Adam Kokesh (L)
Activist

John McAfee (L)
Businessman

Vermin Supreme (L)
Performance Artist

Arvin Vohra (L)
Vice-Chair of the LNC


American Solidarity Party

Joe Schriner
Journalist


Prohibition Party

C.L. Gammon
Writer and Historian


Independent or Unaffiliated

Ronnie Kroell
Activist


Republican Party

Donald Trump (R – Incumbent)
Businessman

Bill Weld (R, L)
Governor of Massachusetts


U.S. Senate

Democratic Party

Republican Party

Joni Ernst (R – Incumbent)

Paul Rieck (R)


U.S. House of Representatives

Democratic Party

Republican Party

Randy Feenstra (R)

Steve King (R – Incumbent)

Bret Richards (R)

Jeremy Taylor (R)