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Major 2020 Presidential Candidates #1

Name as many 2020 U.S. Presidential candidates as you can!
FEC-Recognized "Major" Candidates running for POTUS
Including anyone who announced before 1 September 2019
Excluding anyone who dropped after 1 September 2019
Quiz by WillA25
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Last updated: January 10, 2020
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First submittedOctober 3, 2019
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Party
Office
Candidates
D
CO Senator
Michael Bennet
D
Former VP
Joe Biden
D
NJ Senator
Cory Booker
D
MT Governor
Steve Bullock
D
South Bend, IN, Mayor
Pete Buttigieg
D
Former Sec. HUD
Julian Castro
D
New York City, NY, Mayor
Bill de Blasio
D
MD Congressman
John Delaney
D
CA Senator
Kamala Harris
D
HI Congresswoman
Tulsi Gabbard
Party
Office
Candidates
D
MN Senator
Amy Klobuchar
D
Miramar, FL, Mayor
Wayne Messam
D
TX Congressman
Beto O'Rourke
D
OH Congressman
Tim Ryan
D
VT Senator
Bernie Sanders
D
Vice Admiral of US Navy
Joe Sestak
D
Billionaire Hedgefund
Tom Steyer
D
MA Senator
Elizabeth Warren
D
Author, New Age Lecturer
Marianne Williamson
D
Tech Executive
Andrew Yang
Party
Office
Candidates
R
SC Congressman
Mark Sanford
R
Presidential Incumbent
Donald Trump
R
IL Congressman
Joe Walsh
R
MA Governor
Bill Weld
42 Comments
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Level 35
Oct 4, 2019
Hello friends! If you could take this quiz and make suggestions/ tell me how it went, that would be awesome! This is my first quiz and would love feedback.
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Level 37
Oct 9, 2019
very interesting quizz. well done
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Level 35
Oct 9, 2019
Well thank you!
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Level 14
Oct 9, 2019
Nice quiz!
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Level 61
Oct 10, 2019
Very good!
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Level 35
Oct 10, 2019
Thank you!!
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Level 62
Oct 11, 2019
Yang Gang
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Level 82
Oct 12, 2019
Hopefully Trump will be impeached and removed before then, so I guess Pence would be the incumbent. Unless he gets removed, too, and then it would be Pelosi? Except I doubt she would run.
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Level 35
Oct 12, 2019
It will definitely be interesting to follow!!
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Level 35
Oct 12, 2019
It’d be interesting to see Mike Pence (Gov. of Indiana and proponent of shock therapy for LGBT) to run against Pete Buttigieg (Mayor of South Bend, Indiana, during Pence’s term).
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Level 82
Oct 16, 2019
Pete and Mike stroll out on to the debate stage. The put their hands forward to shake.

bzzzzt

Pete: what the hell? a hand buzzer?

Mike: weren't expecting that were you? Are you still gay?

Pete: uh.. yeah?

Mike: hm... strange. Can you wait here for a minute while I go get my wife?

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Level 67
Jan 9, 2020
Trump will win the next election.
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Level 51
May 13, 2020
No way!
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Level 74
Jun 6, 2020
Though I don't like it, Trump winning is probably the most likely outcome.
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Level 90
Jun 9, 2020
I wouldn't be so sure. Biden's got his flaws just like any other politician, but he's not as polarizing as Hillary was. And I think Trump has received more hatred from the country now more than ever before, and if it keeps up, it's gonna be difficult for a lot of able people to vote for him.

Then again, I'm mostly basing this off the popular vote, which doesn't really matter. If he wins the electoral college again, then we're screwed.

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Level 58
Sep 16, 2020
Yes, I agree. This is good because Trump can now bring change to the Middle East
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Level 51
Oct 8, 2020
Good?!
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Level 55
Oct 20, 2020
Yes biden has a 9 point lead in the polls....
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Level 51
Oct 21, 2020
And leading in 8 states that Trump won in 2016
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Level 52
Oct 28, 2020
remember what the polls told us in 2016
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Level 51
Nov 9, 2020
Joe Biden won!
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Level 35
Oct 18, 2019
I would love to see this quiz featured so if you enjoy it, please consider nominating! Thank you!!
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Level 12
Nov 7, 2019
Awesome!
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Level 48
Nov 12, 2019
#YANGGANG

Vote for Yang, cowards!

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Level 28
Nov 20, 2019
Beto dropped out
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Level 35
Nov 20, 2019
Yes that is true, but he is only one of four who has dropped out since the quiz was created. What is your point?
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Level 60
Nov 27, 2019
Are Deval Patrick and Mike Bloomberg going to be added? Also, Joe Sestak is not really known for being a former Vice Admiral, maybe add his current position?
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Level 35
Nov 28, 2019
I will create another one in the upcoming days that will include the late add-ins and drop the ones who have dropped out. As for Sestak, I have been writing their highest held office but maybe in the next version I will add political experience as well. Thank you for the feedback!
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Level 59
Dec 5, 2019
It's interesting to see that most JetPunk Quiz takers recognize Sanders more than Warren or any of the other front runners (not that I am judging it is just an interesting fact). it's interesting to see the demographics and all.
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Level 35
Dec 7, 2019
I agree! It was super cool to see them all diverge. Originally, probably for the first four or five days, Trump, Biden, Sanders were all at 100% with Harris, Buttigieg and Warren just below it. Now all of these people have a much larger gap in between the next candidate
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Level 76
Mar 13, 2020
I'm speaking as a non-American who has only been casually following everything, but Sanders had built up a name for himself among non-Americans during the last election, plus, his ideas are (again, at least to a poorly informed non-American) pretty unique as far as high level Americans politicians go. I had only recently heard of a couple of the other candidates like Warren fairly recently, and I couldn't really tell you anything about them.
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Level 51
Dec 25, 2019
Kamala Harris, Bill de Blasio, Beto O'Rourke, Joe Sestak, Steve Bullock, Wayne Messam, and Tim Ryan dropped out, and Michael Bloomberg and Deval Patrick just jumped in.
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Level 35
Jan 3, 2020
Yes, I am working on a sequel
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Level 51
Jan 1, 2020
How do people know how to spell "Klobuchar" and remember it. I'm decently good at spelling and I was confused when "Klobachar" wasn't working.
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Level 79
Mar 29, 2020
I find it easy to remember that spelling. Seems like you're not as 'decently good' at spelling as I.
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Level 88
Mar 21, 2020
You are missing a bunch, most notably Bloomberg but also Kirsten Gillibrand, Jay Inslee, Eric Swalwell, John Hickenlooper, Deval Patrick and Seth Moulton
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Level 35
Mar 25, 2020
Apparently you did not read the instructions. They had already dropped out (or not entered in the case of Patrick and Bloomberg) by 1 September 2019. I am glad to see you are paying attention to the details of race but it doesn't seem like you are paying attention to the details of the quiz.
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Level 66
Jun 2, 2020
A more permissive approach to spelling would be helpful, as would accepting distinctive first names and nicknames--if I type Tulsi, it's clear I know who you mean, even if I can't remember whether she Gabbard or Gabert.
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Level 56
Jul 14, 2020
Where is Kanye?
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Level 57
Aug 21, 2020
Wayne Messam AKA mr five dollars in a quarter
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Level 41
Sep 15, 2020
Where's Bloomberg?
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Level 60
Nov 10, 2020
read the caveats