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P2020: The 2020 Presidential Candidates

President Trump will be seeking re-election in 2020. A large crowd of candidates will likely compete for the Democratic nomination. Plus there are LOTS of likely third party and independent P2020 hopefuls. So, if a person is running, or thinking of running -- regardless of party, ballot status, or chances of winning -- we have him or her listed below. Incumbent party first, following by the main opposition party, then the third party candidates, and finally the independent and write-in hopefuls.

LEGEND:
BOLD = Announced Candidate (or Filed an Exploratory Committee)
Italics = Possible Candidate


REPUBLICAN PARTY:

Donald Trump

President Donald J. Trump (New York)
Campaign Site: DonaldJTrump.com
Government Site: WhiteHouse.gov
Facebook: www.facebook.com/DonaldTrump
Twitter: www.twitter.com/RealDonaldTrump


Mark Sanford

Former Governor Mark Sanford (South Carolina)
Campaign Site: MarkSanford.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/MarkSanford
Twitter: www.twitter.com/MarkSanford


Joe Walsh

Former Congressman Joe Walsh (Illinois)
Official Site: JoeWalsh.org
Facebook: www.facebook.com/JoeWalsh
Twitter: www.twitter.com/WalshFreedom


Bill Weld

Former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld (New York)
PAC Site: Weld2020.org
Facebook: www.facebook.com/GovBillWeld
Twitter: www.twitter.com/GovBillWeld


OTHER REPUBLICANS:

Marcia Abrams (North Carolina)
Latonya Alston (Illinois)
Joseph Anderson (California)
Jonathan Andrus (North Carolina)
Robert Ardini (New York)
Walter Bannister (California)
Marrianna Beck (Connecticut)
Barbara Bellar (Illinois)
Michael Bickelmeyer (Ohio)
Christopher Brainard (Texas)
Joanne Breivogel (Illinois)
Erik Brown (Kentucky)
John-Leslie Brown (California)
Teresa Burchell (Texas)
Ramie Chavez (New Mexico)
Chris Clayton (Illinois)
Joe E. Collins III (California)
Keely Craig (California)
Keith Davenport (North Carolina)
Danny Davis (Virginia)
Daniel DeClements (Arizona)
Rocky de la Fuente (Florida)
Christopher DeLaTorre (Oregon)
Mike Diggs (Arkansas)
Melissa Dorsey (Georgia)
Jeff Downard (Arizona)
Melvin Eberly (South Carolina)
William Egan (North Dakota)
Mike Fahl (Utah)
Kelan John Farrell-Smith (Califorsnia)
James Firmani (Wisconsin)
Daniel Frishberg (Florida)
John J. Flynn (Connecticut)
William Gaskill (Utah)
Nathaniel Glasgow (North Carolina)
Dustin Good (Ohio)
David Griffith (Texas)
Neil Grimaldi (New York)
Gregory Mark Guillaume (California)
Tio Hardiman (Illinois)
Justin Harper (Utah)
James Harvey (Michigan)
Terrance James Harvey (Wyoming)
Danny Hawkins (Nevada)
David Herz (Connecticut)
Donald Hewett (Washington)
Tom Hoefling (Iowa)
Lawrence "Lar" Horn (Oregon)
Sonia Ingam (Washington)
Augustus Invictus (Florida)
Tyrone Jamison (Pennsylvania)
Mario Jaramillo (Texas)
Christopher Lee Johnson (South Carolina)
Jacob Johnston (Iowa)
Arnold Jones (Utah)
Tim Kalemkarian (California)
Tim Kawczynski (Michigan)
Kody Kneip (Texas)
David Knoll (California)
Trevor Koob (New York)
Charlene Latham (Nevada)
James Legate (Texas)
Erin Lee (Texas)
Patrick Little (California)
Donald Lowe (Texas)
Stephen Lyons Sr. (Maryland)
Joan Malone (District of Columbia)
Deborah Ann Marron (Missouri)
Alonzo "Tablet" Martin (Missouri)
Jonathan Mathews (Indiana)
Travis McKee (Oklahoma)
Scott Meek (California)
Elgen Menefee (District of Columbia)
Todd Michael (Minnesota)
Angela Min (New York)
Darius Mitchell (Massachusetts)
Michael Moates (Texas)
Darryl Murphy (California)
Andre Nantkes (California)
Brent Natzle (New York)
Patricia Nicklaus (Missouri)
Wanda Odom (North Carolina)
Keith Ottinger (North Carolina)
Michael Palmer (Texas)
Adam Paul (Wisconsin)
Cathy Johnson Pendleton (Maryland)
James Peppe (Texas)
Bradyn Phipps (Tennessee)
Marty Piatt (California)
Cole Pravda (Texas)
Paul Preste (Floirida)
Michael Puskar (Maryland)
Cecil Richardson (California)
Zadok Rubin (New Jersey)
Jim Rundberg (Colorado)
Sammi Saar (Ohio)
Cyrus Sajna (Texas)
John Schiess (Wisconsin)
Hope Shaw (Oregon)
Spence Snyder (Florida)
Jeff Stabins (Florida)
Marc Stengel (Maryland)
Travis Lee Stevenson (Missouri)
Sebastian Stewart (Kentucky)
Alexandria Tate (New York)
Keith Thomae (Indiana)
Oatice Thomas (Florida)
James Valentine (Florida)
Sem Van Der Vegte (California)
James Vestermark (North Carolina)
Tim Villari (Ohio)
Angie Walls-Windhauser (Florida)
Jeffrey Wharton (Minnesota)
Elfreda White (Georgia)
Eric Zator (Pennsylvania)


DEMOCRATIC PARTY:

Joe Biden

Former Vice President Joe Biden (Delaware)
Campaign Site: JoeBiden.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/JoeBiden
Twitter: www.twitter.com/JoeBiden


Michael Bennet

US Senator Michael Bennet (Colorado)
Campaign Site: MichaelBennet.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/MichaelBennet
Twitter: www.twitter.com/MichaelBennet


Cory Booker

US Senator Cory Booker (New Jersey)
Campaign Site: CoryBooker.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/CoryBooker
Twitter: www.twitter.com/CoryBooker


Andrew Cuomo

Governor Steve Bullock (Montana)
Campaign Site: SteveBullock.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/GovernorBullock
Twitter: www.twitter.com/GovernorBullock


Pete Buttigieg

South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg (Indiana)
Campaign Site: PeteForAmerica.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/PeteButtigieg1
Twitter: www.twitter.com/PeteButtigieg


Julian Castro

Former US Housing Secretary Julian Castro (Texas)
Campaign Site: JulianForTheFuture.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/
Twitter: www.twitter.com/JulianCastro


John Delaney

Former Congressman John Delaney (Maryland)
Campaign Site: JohnKDelaney.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/JohnKDelaneyJKD
Twitter: www.twitter.com/JohnKDelaney


Tulsi Gabbard

Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard (Hawaii)
Campaign Site: Tulsi2020.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/VoteTulsi
Twitter: www.twitter.com/TulsiGabbard


Kamala Harris

US Senator Kamala Harris (California)
Campaign Site: KamalaHarris.org
Facebook: www.facebook.com/KamalaHarris
Twitter: www.twitter.com/KamalaHarris


Amy Klobuchar

US Senator Amy Klobuchar (Minnesota)
Campaign Site: AmyKlobuchar.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/AmyKlobuchar
Twitter: www.twitter.com/AmyKlobuchar


Beto O'Rourke

Former Congressman Beto O'Rourke (Texas)
Campaign Site: BetoORourke.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/BetoORourke
Twitter: www.twitter.com/BetoORourke


Tim Ryan

Congressman Tim Ryan (Ohio)
Campaign Site: TimRyanForAmerica.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/TimRyanForAmerica
Twitter: www.twitter.com/TimRyan


Bernie Sanders

US Senator Bernie Sanders (Vermont)
Campaign Site: BernieSanders.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/BernieSanders
Twitter: www.twitter.com/SenSanders


Elizabeth Warren

US Senator Elizabeth Warren (Massachusetts)
Campaign Site: ElizabethWarren.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/ElizabethWarren
Twitter: www.twitter.com/EWarren


Marianne Williamson

Spiritual Lecturer Marianne Williamson (California)
Campaign Site: MarianneForAmerica.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/williamsonmarianne
Twitter: www.twitter.com/MarWilliamson


Andrew Yang

Entrepreneur Andrew Yang (New York)
Campaign Site: Yang2020.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/AndrewYang2020
Twitter: www.twitter.com/AndrewYang


OTHER DEMOCRATS:

Brandon Acker (North Carolina)
Bradford Acord (Virginia)
Michael Aguiar (Rhode Island)
Burak Agun (Illinois)
M. Latroy Alexandria-Williams (Tennessee)
Franz Aliquo (New York)
Donna Jean Alston (District of Columbia)
Darcie Allen (South Carolina)
Contessa Anderson (Ohio)
Nakia Anthony (Ohio)
Martina Armstead (Virginia)
Susanne Atanus (Illinois)
Jim Athans (California)
Daniel Baker (Pennsylvania)
Sanderson Beck (California)
Joshua Becker (Maine)
Jorran Beebe (Iowa)
Matt Beggarly (North Carolina)
James Bell (Ohio)
Anita Belle (Michigan)
Carrie Bittay-D'Intino (New Mexico)
Elizabeth Black (New York)
Daniel Blain (Ohio)
John Blyth (Illinois)
Evan Boroch (Pennsylvania)
Kwame "Mayor" Boateng (California)
Jeff Boss (New Jersey)
Jackie Bower (Michigan)
Mosie Boyd (Arkansas)
Thomas Boyle (Wisconsin)
Harry Braun (Georgia)|
Doris J.W. Brown (Tennessee)
George Clinton Brown (Nevada)
Juan Buenrostro (California)
Noah Bunyan (Hawaii)
Ron Bush (California)
Christopher Calderon (Indiana)
Willie Carter (Texas)
Samuel Cassiba (Washington)
Roger Chaney (Alabama)
Damien Chiodo (California)
Jason Churilla (Illinois)
Mack Clifton (Maryland)
Larry Cole (Illinois)
Kevin Collins (Missouri)
Nazzarae Collins (Maryland)
Richard Cooper (Texas)
Kevin Cormier (North Carolina)
Adrian Cox (Alabama)
Alex Cummings (Georgia)
Hart Cunningham (Arizona)
John Dacey (Massachusetts)
John Davey (New Hampshire)
Harper Davis (Louisiana)
Jimmy Delgado (Texas)
Cherie DeVille (California)
George Dietrich (West Virginia)
Chris Dolin (North Carolina)
Jason Dunlap (Maryland)
Solutionator Cohen Eden (District of Columbia)
Simon Edmonds (Delaware)
Ronald Emrit (Nevada)
Ryan Farber (California)
Thomas Farris (Maryland)
Ray Findlay (Pennsylvania)
Jose Font (District of Columbia)
James Fox (Missouri)
David Frank (California)
Aaron Fraser (New Jersey)
Najah Gabriel (Maryland)
Keith Galaska (Ohio)
Caleb Ganzer (New York)
Joseph Garvey (Nebraska)
John Gilbert (Wisconsin)
Donald Gillen (Virginia)
Ben Gleiberman (California)
Rudy Gomez (California)
Patricia Grant (Texas)
Andre "Almighty God Green" Green (Florida)
Rosalind Greene (Virginia)
Gidget Groendyk (Michigan)
John Gunter (Washington)
Keshav Gupta (Maryland)
Former St Louis School Board Member Bill Haas (Missouri)
Carol Hafner (South Dakota)
Stetson Hardwick (New Jersey)
Vincent Harigel (Florida)
Alvin Harrison (California)
Vector Hasting (California)
De'Sean Hawthorne (Texas)
Shannon Hazzard (Texas)
Tyrell Heaton (Minnesota)
Henry Hewes (New York)
Daniel Holloway (Florida)
Joe Holt Jr. (District of Columbia)
Ami Horowitz (Montana)
Adrienne Howard (Arkansas)
Alan Howe (Pennsylvania)
Terence James (Washington)
Deon Jenkins (California)
John Fitzgerald Johnson (Ohio)
Robert Jordan (California)
Former State Senator Mike Katz (Delaware)
Ron Keiffer (Washington)
Stuart Kiehl (California)
Phillip Kleski (California)
Benjamin Korman (New York)
Bernard Korn (Florida)
Keith Landi (Florida)
Michael Landingham (Ohio)
Christopher Langston (Georgia)
Joanna Lau (New York)
Blaine Lechko (Iowa)
Erik Leckner (California)
Warren Lee (California)
Akiva Leffert (New York)
Keith Leonard (Washington)
Erlyndon Lo (Texas)
Sherry Mallory (Georgia)
Gerasimos Manolatos (New York)
Harry Mapp (Connecticut)
Jonathan Marc (Georgia)
John Martini (South Carolina)
John Christopher Mason (North Carolina)
Patrick McCarthy (California)
Valerie McCray (Indiana)
Dawson McGuffin (Texas)
Joe McHugh Jr. (Michigan)
Charleta McInnis (Michigan)
Michael McKinley (California)
Hernan Melgarejo (New Jersey)
James Meroney (Texas)
Miramar Mayor Wayne Messam (Florida)
Clara Sue Miller (Illinois)
Ervan Miller (Minnesota)
Kyle Miller (Virginia)
Robert Moldafsky (Missouri)
Tyrone Moody (Maryland)
Sandra "Mama" Moyer (South Carolina)
Jason Murray (New York)
Frederick Nettleton (Washington)
Jack Nevin (Connecticut)
Brian Newnan (Texas)
Michael Noonan (New York)
Janelle Nowell (California)
Dennis Nusbaum (California)
Ken Nwadike Jr. (California)
John O'Keefe (Pensylvania)
Nicholas Ocampo (Florida)
Grant Ohanian (California)
Cecilia Okugo (Texas)
Godwin Yisah Oyedepo (New York)
Michelle Pampino (Pennsylvania)
Stephen Patterson (Michigan)
Joshua Peter (Iowa)
Anthony Piazza (Minnesota)
Mark Pierce (California)
Wayne Pope (California)
Ashley Powell (Michigan)
Michel Anessa Powell (Georgia)
Christin Powers (Florida)
Kevin Prestia (New York)
David Puchta (California)
Mary Quartey (District of Columbia)
Claude Reed (Florida)
Joshua Reed (Idaho)
Christopher Rella (Nevada)
Susan Resch (New York)
Lee Newton Rhodes (Georgia)
Brian Rivera (California)
James Rives (Illinois)
Pamela Rocker (Ohio)
Paul Romero (California)
Rodger Roose (Nebraska)
Emily Rosas (Florida)
Shawn Rundblade (Wisconsin)
Cline Russell (Texas)
Doug Sabbag (Florida)
Kurt Sackerman (Virginia)
Ole Savior (Minnesota)
Ryan Schell (Florida)
Fred Schultz (California)
Gary Schwigen (Illinois)
Daniel Segal (Ohio)
Ray Seney (New York)
Former Congressman/Retired Admiral Joe Sestak (Pennsylvania)
Gregory Shadle (California)
Robert Shaw IV (New York)
Doug Shreffler (Washington)
Nadia Smalley (California)
Alexandra Smith (Iowa)
Gary Lee Smith (Kansas)
Keith Smith (Ohio)
Sharmin Smith (Florida)
Zeke Smyth (Alaskas)
Stephanie St Louis (New York)
Robert Stand (Oregon)
Stefan Karl Stefansson (California)
Hedge Fund Manager Tom Steyer (California)
Luke Summers (Indiana)
Mari Tamburo (Californi)
Luis Correa "Caliph of God" Thezion (California)
Kemesha Thomas (Arizona)
Albert Thrower (Ohio)
Jaxon Tolbert (Tennessee)
Chance "Sheriff" Trahan (Alaska)
Ryan Van Bevern (Kansas)
Minh Duc Vu (New Jersey)
Jose Villagrana (Illinois)
Jessica Vogel-Walcutt (Florida)
Scott Walker (Delaware)
Luke Warren (Texas)
John Washington III (Texas)
Raynette Kennedy Weiss (District of Columbia)
Robby Wells (Georgia)
Fred Wiand (Maine)
Gus Williams (California)
Kurtis Wilson (California)
Jared Wolny (Colorado)
Alice Yancey-Teague (Georgia)
Maayan Zik (New York)


THIRD PARTY and
INDEPENDENT CANDIDATES:

(Note: Parties with ballot status in at least one state -- based on 2012 ballot status -- listed first, then all others under the INDEPENDENT & WRITE-IN CANDIDATES header).


THIRD PARTIES WITH 2020 BALLOT ACCESS IN AT LEAST 10 STATES:

CONSTITUTION PARTY:


GREEN PARTY:


LIBERTARIAN PARTY:


State Rep. Max Abramson (New Hampshire)
Congressman Justin Amash (I-Michigan)
Ken Armstrong (Louisiana)
Blake Ashby (Missouri)
Dan Behrman (Texas)
Ken Blevins (Oklahoma)

Former Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee (Wyoming)

M.E. Sergeant Cook Jr. (California)
Kyler DePriest (Wyoming)
Keenan Wallace Dunham (South Carolina)
Souraya Faas (Florida)
Erik Gerhardt (Pennsylvania)
Evret Greer (Maine)
Brad Hartliep (Texas)
Jedidiah Hill (Ohio)

Jacob Hornberger (Virginia)

Heather Horst (Nebraska)
William Hurst (Alabama)
Cecil Ince (Missouri)
Zoltan Istvan (California)
Jo Jorgensen (South Carolina)
Cam Jones (Nebraska)
Adam Kokesh (Indiana)
Brandin Lea (Texas)
Ben Leder (Texas)
Ben Layton (Utah)
Kip Lee (California)
Donald Eugene Lowe (Texas)
Lorraine Lynch (Texas)
John McAfee (Tennessee)
James Ogle (California)
Jason Peach (Utah)

Darryl Perry (Texas)
Austin Peterson (Missouri)

John Phillips Jr. (Illinois)
Derrick Michael Reid (California)
Sam Robb (Pennsylvania)
Kim Ruff (Arizona)
Sandra Salas (Pennsylvania)
Stephen Schrader (California)

Sam Seder (New York)
Larry Sharpe (New York)

Mark Spivey (New York)
Leonard "Lem" Sportsinterviews (Wyoming)
Vermin Supreme (Maryland)
Arvin Vohra (Maryland)
Vince Wallace (Texas)
Christopher Weaver (Florida)
Krista Whipple (Colorado)
Terry Wilkerson (Pennsylvania)
Gus Williams (California)
Demetra Wysinger (Texas)


SMALLER THIRD PARTIES AND INDEPENDENTS WITH BALLOT ACCESS:

AMERICAN FREE SOIL PARTY:

Adam SeamanEnrique Ramos

Adam Seaman (Massachusetts)
Presidential Nominee

Enrique Ramos (Puerto Rico)
Vice Presidential Nominee


AMERICAN SOLIDARITY PARTY:

Brian CarrollNot Yet Named

Brian Carroll (California)
Presidential Nominee

Not Yet Named
Vice Presidential Nominee


BREAD AND ROSES PARTY:

Jerry SegalNot Yet Named

Jerry Segal (Maryland)
Presidential Nominee

Not Yet Named
Vice Presidential Nominee


LEGAL MARIJUANA NOW PARTY:

Mark ElworthRudy Reyes

Mark Elworth Jr. (Nebraska)
Presidential Nominee

Rudy Reyes (California)
Vice Presidential Nominee


LIFE & LIBERTY PARTY:

J.R. MyersNot Yet Named

J.R. Myers (Alaska)
Presidential Nominee

Not Yet Named
Vice Presidential Nominee

Note: Also seeking nomination of American Independent Party of California


PARTY OF SOCIALISM AND LIBERATION:

Gloria LaRivaLeonard Peltier

Gloria LaRiva (California)
Presidential Nominee

Leonard Peltier (Florida)
Vice Presidential Nominee

Note: Also seeking nomination of Peace & Freedom Party of California


PROHIBITION PARTY:

Phil CollinsBilly Joe Parker

Phil Collins (Illinois)
Presidential Nominee

Billy Joe Parker (Georgia)
Vice Presidential Nominee

Note: Also seeking nomination of American Independent Party of California


REFORM PARTY USA:


SOCIALIST PARTY USA:


SOCIALIST ACTION:

Jeff MacklerHeather Bradford

Jeff Mackler (California)
Presidential Nominee

Heather Bradford (Minnesota)
Vice Presidential Nominee


SOCIALIST EQUALITY PARTY:


SOCIALIST WORKERS PARTY (SWP):

No Candidates Yet Identified


UNITY PARTY OF AMERICA:


VETERANS PARTY OF AMERICA:

Felix Biederman (New York)


WORKERS WORLD PARTY:


OTHERS, INDEPENDENTS AND WRITE-INS WITHOUT BALLOT ACCESS:

Matthew Abraugh (I-Ohio)
Carlos Alcantara (I-Florida)
Noor Ali (Write In-Ohio)
Darcie Allen (I-South Carolina)
Anthony Alongi (I-Minnesota)
Sarah Angelo-Haight (I-Massachusetts)
SoniaCarmen Arcelay (I-New York)
Carl Arrechea (Write In-California)
Candace Avina (I-California)
Walter Bannister (I-California)
Jimmy Barksdale (I-Florida)
Audwin Barnes (Middleground-Nevada)
Andrew Basiago (I-Washington)
Thomas Bassett (I-Georgia)
Terry Beardsley (I-Michigan)
Benjamin Beaumont (I-North Carolina)
Dale Beckman Jr. (I-Illinois)
Johannon Ben Zion (I-Arizona)
Crystal Bergfield (I-Colorado)
Jeremy Bernheisel (I-Georgia)
Anthony "Guy" Bernice (Independent American Party-New Jersey)
Nicholas Biller (I-California)
Christina Billings-Elias (I-California)
Ryan Black (I-Oklahoma)
Larry Bluford (Write In-California)
Fred "R19" Boddie-Yashua (Georgia)
Katherine Boling (I-New Mexico)
Allen Bouska (American Independent Party-Iowa)
Mike Bowers (People's Party-Washington)
William Bowhall (Write In-Alabama)
Scott Bradford (I-Virgnia)
D.J. "Doc" Bradley (Wisconsin)
Dannie Bradshaw (I-California)
Timothy Breeden (I-Indiana)
Paul Brough (I-Texas)
Dan Bryant (Veterans-Texas)
Ian Burlingame (I-New Hampshire)
Jovan Burleson (American People's Freedom-Texas)
Willita Bush (I-Missouri)
Elvis Butler (People Over Politics-Virginia)
Bob Calderone (I-California)
Joey Camp (I-Colorado)
Michael Captain (I-Colorado)
Harold Carrington (Citizens-Ohio)
Brian Carroll (I-California)
Victor Carter (I-California)
Maximo Castaneda (I-Florida)
Alberto Cedeno (Write In-Texas)
Brandon Cekander (I-New Mexico)
Michelle Champo (I-California)
Jack Charbonneau (I-Kansas)
Mark Charles (I-District of Columbia)
Emilio Chavez Jr. (I-Texas)
Andrew Chung (I-Georgia)
Pano Churchill (Independent Lincoln-Washington)
Taylor Cleveland (Independent American Party-Texas)
Sean Collinson (I-California)
Derrick Cooper (APFP-California)
Kristopher Cooper (I-Louisiana)
Robert Cooper Jr. (I-Arizona)
Shawn Cross (I-Alaska)
David Curington (I-Texas)
Brian Curro (I-Florida)
David Curtis (I-California)
Joseph Curtis (I-Delaware)
John D'Aura (I-Nevada)
Justin Daniel (I-New Mexico)
Kelvin Davis (I-Virginia)
J. Gil de Lamadrid (I-Texas)
Khistina Dejean (I-Texas)
Cad DeVaughn (Independent American-California)
Bob Devine (I-Wisconsin)
Dennis Diaz (I-Connecticut)
Kevin Diel (I-Oklahoma)
Tim Dimsdale (I-Florida)
Gary Disney (American-Washington)
Ellis Drewery (I-California)
Martin Dudziak (I-Michigan)
Shawn Duggins (I-California)
Rico Dukes (American Independent Party-Texas)
Roger duPont (I-New Hampshire)
Christopher Ebert (I-New York)
James Edalgo (Write In-Washington)
Jeremy Edom (I-Indiana)
La Resa Edwards (I-Georgia)
Derrick Eggleston (I-Tennessee)
Ben Elias (I-California)
Claire Elliott (I-Hawaii)
Clifford Englerth (I-Illinois)
Amanda Estepp (I-West Virginia)
Paul "Superman" Falkenberg (I-Wisconsin)
Princess Khadijah Jacob Fambro (Revolutionary Party-California)
Peyton Faucett (I-Missouri)
William Feegbeh (I-District of Columbia)
Trent Fields (I-Georgia)
Sean Francisco (I-Kentucky)
David Frank (I-California)
Phil Frazee (I-Michigan)
Larry Fulmer (I-South Carolina)
Keith Galaska (I-Ohio)
Sammy Garret (I-Michigan)
Dave Gevry (AIC-Colorado)
Christoper Gillen (American Independent Party-New York)
Neil Gillespie (I-Florida)
Sam Girdich (I-New York)
Curtis Gittelman (Write In-Pennsylvania)
Angela Glass (I-California)
Raymond Gonzalez (I-Virginia)
Alan "Plaid" Gordon (I-New York)
Jeremy Gordon (Write In-New York)
Jason Graven (I-Missouri)
J.L. Gray (I-Tennessee)
Matt Green (I-Tennessee)
Kenneth Gross (I-Pennsylvania)
Tina Guest (I-Kentucky)
Adam Haas (I-California)
Tina Hahn (I-Oregon)
Raymond Haigood (I-Virginia)
Paul Hale (I-Georgia)
Michael Hambrick (I-Virginia)
Joseph Hamrick (I-North Carolina)
Stephen Handy (Write In-Pennsylvania)
Ethan Haney (I-Alabama)
Alexander Harris (I-Ohio)
Danny Hawkins Jr. (I-Nevada)
Tyrell Heaton (I-Minnesota)
Johnny Henry (American Independent-Mississippi)
Travis Hicks (Libertal-Illinois)
Jeffrey Hidek (I-Colorado)
Manuel Higareda (I-California)
Gary Hill (I-Massachusetts)
Oscar Hilliker (I-Michigan)
Hunter Hipple (I-Ohio)
John Hoffman (I-Pennsylvania)
Lori Holton (I-Wisconsin)
Ari Hooper (Write In-Arizona)
Jeremiah Hopper (I-Iowa)
Daniel House (I-Oregon)
Peter Hovis (I-Virginia)
Shawn Howard (I-Florida)
Micky Hull (I-Massachusetts)
Brian Humphrey (I-California)
Christopher Hurley (I-New Mexico)
Carl Jackson (I-Georgia)
Lawrence Jackson (I-California)
Roland Jackson (I-District of Columbia)
Amani Jarrar (I-Arizona)
Doug Jenkins (Write In-Wisconsin)
Michael Dwayne Jenkins (I-New York)
JO 753 (Write In-Illinois)
James Jobe (Write In-Virginia)
Christopher Lee Johnson (I-South Carolina)
Keith Jones (I-California)
Chad Jorgenson (I-Wisconsin)
Mohammad Kabir (Write In-New Jersey)
Nevin Kamath (I-North Carolina)
Robert Kamerer (I-Illinois)
Madoka Kaname (I-North Carolina)
Vanessa Kearney (I-North Carolina)
David Kelly (Write In-California)
Richard Kelser (I-North Carolina)
Cody Kennedy (I-Illinois)
Rose Kincade (I-Arizona)
Kevin Kinchen (American Independent Party-Hawaii)
Daniel Kindler (I-Kentucky)
Bradley King (I-Texas)
James Kirkpatrick (I-North Carolina)
Dan Edward Knight (I-Illinois)
Leslie Knope (I-Indiana)
Kyle Kopitke (I-Michigan)
Sydia Kostreba (American Independent Party-Florida)
Charles Kovacs (I-New Jersey)
Jonathan Kragh (I-Wisconsin)
Conrad Kubich (I-California)
Josh Kusiak (I-Pennsylvania)
Bud Labitan (I-Indiana)
Temperance Lance-Council (Anti Hypocrisy Party-California) 
Robert Lee (I-District of Columbia)
Ben Leyva (I-Texas)
David Librace (I-Arkansas)
Christopher Life (Write In-California)
Mark Linn (Write In-New Hampshire)
June Lloyd (I-Ohio)
Mark London (I-California)
Steven Long (I-Arkansas)
Susan Lundy (Write In-North Carolina)
Steven Lyne (I-Massachusetts)
Tony Maggiore (I-Illinois)
Kisari Makori (Conservative Party-Indiana)
Michael Maldonado (I-California)
Aloysius Marcinek (I-Illinois)
Elena Markham (I-Washington)
Baruch "Beau" Margolis (I-New York)
Bret Marzock (I-Pennsylvania)
James Mason (Write In-Connecticut)
L.R. "Skip" Maul Jr. (I-Arizona)
Christopher McCarthy (I-Arizona)
Scott McCatty (Write In-Florida)
Gregory McCollum (I-New York)
Simon Medek (Write In-Tennessee)
Patrick Michaud (I-Florida)
John Michelotti (I-Illinois)
George Miklos (Conservative Party-Nevada)
P.R. Miller (I-North Carolina)
Rugar Mims (I-New York)
Elmer Mohr (Oregon)
Eddie Monarch (I-Oklahoma)
Richard Moncada (I-Texas)
Tina Monteros (American Independent Party-California)
Jamie Moore (I-Florida)
Virginia Morago (I-Missouri)
William Moseley (I-Illinois)
Michael Murray (I-Illinois)
Harsh Naik (I-New Jersey)
Luca Nascimbene (I-New York)
Sandra "Queen" Noble (Hero & Shero Party-California)
Nathan Norman (American Freedom Party-Pennsylvania)
Michael Noonan (I-New York)
Pete Northup (I-New York)
Ryan Nyberg (I-California)
Johan Nystrom (I-Oregon)
Paul O'Neill (I-Pennsylvania)
Rachel Osterbach (I-California)
Asuka Otori (I-California)
Michael James Ott (I-Wisconsin)
Doug Pagitt (I-Minnesota)
Meredith Pennington (I-Virginia)
Ramon Perez (I-Florida)
Kyrial Perkins (I-Texas)
Ian Petro (I-Indiana)
Pamela Pinkney-Butts (I-Ohio)
Matthew Pinnavaia (George Washington Party-California)
Colleen Pinto (I-Florida)
Robin Plante (I-Idaho)
James Polk (I-Florida)
Crystal Porter (I-Kansas)
Samuel Powell (I-District of Columbia)
Christin Powers (I-Florida)
Michael Puskar (I-Maryland)
Cameron Ra (I-New Jersey)
Da Vid Raphael (Light Party-California)
Charlie Ranslem (Write In-Puerto Rico)
Joshua Reich (I-Florida)
Darcy Richardson (Constitution Party of Idaho-Florida)
Mary Rincon (Independent American Party-Arizona)
Clifton Roberts (Humane Party-California)
Christopher Rockman (Write In-California)
Nicholas Roesler (I-Wisconsin)
Lee Rogers (Conservative Party-Nevada)
Shane Rogers (I-Florida)
Deborah Rouse (I-Tennessee)
Billy Rubin (I-Texas)
Ethan Russell (I-Ohio)
Ahmad Saide Jr. (I-New York)
Wajahat Saleem (I-Maryland)
Cecelia Sanborn (Write In-Maine)
Jarmal Jabbar Sanders (I-Alabama)
Mafuyu Sato (I-Rhode Island)
Donald Sauter (I-Delaware)
Leo Scheidler (I-Texas)
Johannes Schnauber (I-Massachusetts)
Nathan Scholten (I-Michigan)
Jordan Scott (I-Colorado)
Kameron Scott (I-Tennessee)
John Schwartz (I-Illinois)
Thomas Shackett (I-Minnesota)
Jeffrey Sharp (I-California)
Paul "Sluggo" Shelly Jr. (I-Pennsylvania)
Edward Shlikas (Write In-California)
Steven Singley (I-California)
Rob Skinner (I-North Carolina)
Dwight Smith (I-Michigan)
Jesse Smith (I-Georgia)
Raeford Smith Sr. (I-Virginia)
Ajay Sood (I-Kansas)
Joy Sorrells (I-Georgia)
Phillip Karl Speat (I-Minnesota)
David Jon Sponheim (America's Third Party-Washington)
James Srail (I-Iowa)
Robert Stand (I-Oregon)
Korey Starkey (I-Colorado)
Brad Stephens (I-Colorado)
Rakim Stevens (I-New Jersey)
Seth Stewart (Peace & Freedom-California)
Timmy Strickland (I-North Carolina)
Christopher Stried (I-Florida)
Jeannette Swayzer (American Independent Party-California)
Shelly Swedberg (I-Washington)
Gary Swing (I-Arizona)
Marcus Sykes (Write In-Arkansas)
Paul Sylvester (I-California)
Stanley W. Szelagowski (I-Colorado)
Luis Szydlowski-DeJesus (I-Pennsylvania)
Horace Taylor (I-Tennessee)
Sheila "Samm" Tittle (I-Virginia)
Chance Trahan (Write In-Alaska)
Frank Trevino (I-Texas)
Mathew Tyler (I-California)
Joshua Usera (US Era Party -South Dakota)
Ruben Valles Jr. (I-California)
Marvin VanDam (I-Ohio)
Joseph Vehouc (American Independent Party-Louisiana)

Ex-Governor Jesse Ventura (I-Minnesota)

Troy Voss (I-Illinois)
William Wallace (I-Alabama)
Ken Ward (Write In-Florida)
M.A. Warren (I-Washington)
Jarom Watts (I-Utah)
Steven Weikert (I-Illinois)
Warren Weisman (I-Oregon)
Terry Wheelock (Independent Party-Arizona)
Darryl White (Write In-Ohio)
Mark Whitney (I-District of Columbia)
A.J. Wildman (American Peasant Party-Maryland)
David Wilkerson (I-South Carolina)
LaNora Williams (I-New York)
Paul Willmon (Write In-Colorado)
Jason Woodward (Write In-New Hampshire)
Michael Woodyer (I- Virginia)
Candy Wyatt (I-North Carolina)
Jennifer Yeandle (I-Indiana)
Alec Zajac (I-New York)


OTHER P2020 RESOURCES:

C-SPAN: Road to the White House - Information, links and some streaming video events from one of the nation's leading sources of raw political television coverage. Covers the various likely Presidential candidates. Constantly updated.

Ballot Access News - This respected publication -- founded in 1985 by Libertarian activist Richard Winger -- tracks the attempts of third party and independent candidates for various offices to secure ballot access in the 50 states. The site also tracks changes in the law, court challenges and other interesting tidbits of third party news you usually won't find elsewhere. Use this page to stay current on which third party and independent candidates will and won't appear on your state's general election ballot.

Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections - Dave Leip prepared this very informative site, which provides historic voting results from the Presidential general elections of 1860-2016. Covers the vote totals for the major party nominees and the top 2-3 third party nominees in each race. Colorful maps and graphs, too.

PollingReport.com - Why bother reinventing the wheel and writing our own poll tracking page when this excellent page already exists. To follow the trends in all of the latest polls in the White House race, simply visit this site.

Commission on Presidential Debates - Established by leaders of the two major parties to ensure that debates remain a permanent part of every general election, this nonprofit and bipartisan organization sponsored all the general election Presidential debates since 1988. Their controversial and restrictive participation rules largely exclude third party candidates (even the major ones) from participating in these nationally televised debates.

4President.org - An online museum of Presidential campaign brochures, bumper stickers and key speches from 1960 through the 2016 campaign. A great site for political junkies.

The Living Room Candidate - The American Museum of the Moving Image presents this great online museum of Presidential campaign TV commercials. The ads, which cover every election since 1952 (Ike vs. Stevenson), are an amazing resource.

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