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P2024: The 2024 Presidential Candidates

President Biden is eligible to seek re-election in 2024. A large crowd of candidates will certaiinly compete for the Republican nomination. Plus there are LOTS of likely third party and independent P2024 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.

BOLD = Announced candidate (including filed exploratory candidates)
Italics = Potential Candidate


DEMOCRATIC PARTY:

President Joe Biden

President Joe Biden (Delaware)


Dean Phillips

Congressman Dean Phillips (Minnesota)

OTHER DEMOCRATS:

Todd Ashcraft (North Carolina)
Jennifer Astello (New Mexico)
Robert Ayala (New York)
Larry Azevedo (California)
David Barnard (Florida)
William Barnhill (Iowa)
Robert Becker (Nevada)
Shabad Bharara (Connecticut)
Eric "R" Boddie (Georgia)
James Brearton (New York)
Gary Brown (Nevada)
Janice Brown (New York)
Terrisa Bukovinac (Virginia)
Ron Bull (Pennsylvania)
Eban Cambridge (California)
Charles Camilleri (Michigan)
Christopher Campbell (Pennsylvania)
Celina Charles (Texas)
Rick Chavez (California)
Angad Chera (California)
Mary Clement (Maryland)
Gerry Coleman (Kansas)
Gabe Cornejo (Nevada)

Superpayaseria Reese Crystalroc (Idaho)

Gary Davis (Tennessee)
Kristopher Davis (Indiana)
Jerome Doctor (New York)
John Donnelly (Connecticut)
Howard Dotson (Minnesota)
Phillip Drake (South Carolina)
Tristan Eggenberger (New Mexico)
Amanda Eskelson (Minnesota)
Stuart Ross Farber (Florida)
Alida Felton (District of Columbia)
John Fial (Oregon)
Jose Font (District of Columbia)
Brent Foutz (Nevada)
William Gailey (Oregon)
Richard Giardino (New York)
Mark Stewart Greenstein (Connecticut)
Edward Grimes (Florida) s
Ishah Laurah Guillen (District of Columbia)
Michelle Hudson Hale (Florida)
Kevin Harding (District of Columbia)
John Haywood (North Carolina)
Aaron He (Washington)
Lori Henriques (Hawaii)
Linda Hicks (Texas)
Robbie Hoffman (Wisconsin)
Alan Huddleston (Michigan)
Theodore Hudson (New York)
Azeem Hussein (New York)
Bryan James (North Carolina)
David Jefferson (Illinois)
Constance Johnson (California)
Julie Jones (District of Columbia)
Perry Jones (Massachusetts)
Lindsey Kelch (Indiana)
Phillip Kleski (California)
Tom Koos (California)
Paul LaCava (Massachusetts)
Michael Landingham (Ohio)
Mikey Lane (Pennsylvania)
Michael Lemere (New York)
Stephen Leon (Virginia)
Todd Levy (New York)
Anthony Llanes (Alabama)
Star Locke (Texas)
Carson Loveless (Maryland)
Frankie Lozada (New York)
Stephen Lyons (Maryland)
"Joe Exotic" Maldonado-Passage (Oklahoma)
Anthony Manalakos (Ohio)
Jennifer McMurray (New York)
Lee Mercer (Texas)
Jeff Miles (California)
Shane Mohammad (Texas)
Robert Moldafsky (Missouri)
Raymond Michael Moroz (New York)
Heather Munoz (California)
Stephen Murphy (Indiana)
Derek Nadeau (New Hampshire)
Richard Hale Nelson (Texas)
Shantell Newman (Delaware)
Gibran Nicholas (Georgia)
Michael Noonan (New York)
Malcolm Oliver (New York)
David Olscamp (Colorado)
Brian Owen (Indiana)
Jason Palmer (Maryland)
Antonio Marco Pantalo (Pennsylvania)
Sae Hoon "John" Park (New York)
Armando "Mando" Perez-Serrato (California)
Reponsal Perkins (Texas)
Donald Picard (Massachusetts)
Wayne Pope (California)
Dorsey Porter Jr. (California)
Christopher "Toh" Portklock (New York)
Sykema Powell (Florida)
Christin Powers (Florida)
Mark Prascak (Pennsylvania)
Mattie Preston (Louisiana)
Paperboy Love Prince (New York)
David Puchta (California)
Ranjeeth Reddy (California)
Isaiah Otis Reid (Florida)
Lee Rhodes (New York)
Richard Rist (Maryland)
Martin Robbins (North Carolina)
Dustin Rorex (Colorado)
Kacey Samples (California)
Jerome Segal (Maryland)
Deborah Sharpe (California)
Keith Smith (Ohio)
Jodie Smithson (Virginia)
Michael Soetaert (Kansas)
Allan Summers (Ohio)
Vermin Supreme (Massachusetts)
Michael Swing (Florida)
Kenny Taylor (New York)
Gregory Thomas (Texas)
Mike Tillinghast (Rhode Island)
Alix Christopher Toulme (Florida)
Jonathan Tuan Tran (California)
Cenk Uygar (California)
John Vail (New Hampshire)
Pedro Velez (New Jersey)
Valentine Vidal (Washington)
Jay Walker (Alabama)
Trenita Walker (Missouri)
John Washington (Texas)
Dantwan Watkins (Georgia)
Donald Way Jr. (Pennsylvania)
Chris Weiler (Illinois)
Randall Wick (Washington)
Thomas Winterbottom (Pennsylvania)
John Breckinridge Yunits (Hawaii)

REPUBLICAN PARTY:

Nikki Haley

Former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley (South Carolina)


Donald Trump

Former President Donald Trump (Florida)


OTHER REPUBLICANS:

Rebecca Gail Abair (Tennessee)
Jessica Abel (Ohio)
Lincoln Adams (Indiana)
Hugo Aguilar (North Carolina)
Jennifer Alameda (New York)
Jerry Alkire (Kansas)
Pogo Allen-Reese (Texas)
James Altucher (Florida)
Joseph Anderson (California)
Jay Arbuckel (New Jersey)
Scott Ayers (Illinois)
Jacques Francis Bartelkin (California)
Clint Beatty (Texas)
Thomas Bentley (Texas)
William Beauford (Missouri)
Ryan Binkley (Texas)
Washington Blask (Massachusetts)
Eric Boerner (Washington)
Rashad Bolden (Arkansas)
Robert Bonner (Colorado)
Maureen Brasch (Georgia)
Paul Bravo (Florida)
Nathaniel Breznau (Michigan)
Doris Brown (Tennessee)
Jessica Brown (Kentucky)
Susan Buchser-Lochoski (West Virginia)
Justin Byrd (Colorado)
Bob "Again" Carney (Minnesota)
John Anthony Castro (Texas)
Christian Chandler (California)
Christine Charyton (Ohio)
Robert Cheader (California)
Erick Cid (Maine)
Andrew Cirner (Ohio)
Walter Clapp (Montana)
Jose Cortes (California)
Michael Curtis (Nebraska)
Richard Curtiss (New York)
Anthony Darpino (Pennsylvania)
Malcolm Davis (Georgia)
Gerald Thomas DeFelice (Connecticut)
Sherman Delfino (Washington)
Stephanie Denny (Arizona)
Milan Desai (Florida)
John Dvorak (California)
Dalton Espeut (Florida)
Andrew Everett (Pennsylvania)
Souraya Faas (Florida)
William Farms (Ohio)
Joan Farr (Kansas)
Donald Faulknor (Florida)
James Firmani Jr. (Wisconsin)
John Fischer (Pennsylvania)
Cherunda Fox (Michigan)
Brian Friend (North Carolina)
Heath Fulkerson (Nevada)
Matthew Gibbons (Michigan)
Stephen Glass (California)
Shmuel Goldstein (New York)
George Gollaher (Texas)
Brandon Gonce (South Carolina)
Heath Gorney (Michigan)
Terrance Harvey (Michigan)
Russell Henry (Arizona)
Saul Remi Hernandez (Louisiana)
Angela Herring (District of Columbia)
David Herz (Connecticut)
Jennifer Hidrogo (Texas)
Joseph Hoinski (Pennsylvania)
Jeremy Holloman (WI-Georgia)
Serrice Holman (New York)
Shelley Holy (Idaho)
Cody Hoover (New Jersey)
Wade Hornbuckle (Ohio)
Adam Hougland (Kansas)
Roger Hughes (Utah)
Eugene Hunt Jr. (Michigan)
Samuel Hurt (Pennsylvania)
Daniel Imperato (Florida)
Walter Iwachiw (New York)
E.W. Jackson (Virginia)
Mark Jacobs (Utah)
Michele Jakubowski (New Mexico)
Peter Jedick (Ohio)
Deon Jenkins (California)
Gerald Jennings II (Colorado)
Alexander Johnson (New York)
Shontrell Johnson (Florida)
Theresa Johnson (New York)
Timothy Kalemkarian (California)
Tiffany Keller (Michigan)
Jody King (Pennsylvania)
Jeremy Kinman (Oklahoma)
John Klein (Oklahoma)
Jeremy Kleusner (Texas)
Donald Kjornes (South Dakota)
Keith Kleven (Washington)
Steven Kross (North Carolina)
Daniel Kuhns (Ohio)
Rodney Lammers (North Carolina)
Travis Lang (South Carolina)
Russell Lanham (Vermont)
Chase LaPorte (Kansas)
Joel Larson (Arkansas)
Kerry Lewis (California)
Daniel Lopez (California)
Stefan Lowe (California)
Joan Malone (District of Columbia)
Rob Malone (New Jersey)
Travis Maness (Tennessee)
Carrie Mae Marcy (Michigan)
Taylor Marshall (Texas)
Michael Marzano (New York)
William Masone (North Carolina)
Lucy Master (Illinois)
Mary Maxwell (New Hampshire)
Grant McCracken (California)
Darrell "Mack" McKown (Oklahoma)
Glenn McPeters (Vermont)
Scott Merrell (Connecticut)
James Meroney (Texas)
Darius Mitchell (Massachusetts)
John Molaison (Texas)
Dustin Monroe (Alabama)
Charles Kenneth Moss (North Carolina)
Marty Moss (Indiana)
Jeremiah Newman (Virginia)
Patricia Nicklaus (Missouri)
Jim A. Norris (Florida)
Ryan Novak (Texas)
Chester Odom (Alabama)
Cecilia Okugo (Texas)
Gerald Oloff (Arionza)
Jason Owen (Michigan)
Michael Palmer (New York)
Val Paul (Alabama)
Angeline Payne (Georgia)
James Peterson (Arizona)
Former Chester Mayor Floyd Petri (Texas)
J. Pigram (Tennessee)
John Prince (Arkansas)
Jacob Redmond (California)
Angela Redovian (Arizona)
Suzie Resch (Wisconsin)
Anthony Richardson (Kentucky)
Patrick Riley (Texas)
Rollan Roberts (Kentucky)
Victor Robinson (Georgia)
Richard Rogers (Texas)
Patrick Rohan (Texas)
Jon Rosen (California)
Traci Sandrick (Illinois)
Harlan Sanford (California)
Shaun Savage (Oregon)
Alex Schatz (Arizona)
John Schiess (Wisconsin)
Suzie Scott (Wisconsin)
Samuel "Ike" Segal (Indiana)
Flory Seidel (New Jersey)
Greg Sembower (Arizona)
Kurry Seymour (South Carolina)
Keith Shaffer (Pennsylvania)
Karen Shafford (Alaska)
Joe Shepard (Florida)
Thomas Sheppard (Texas)
Robert Sherwood (Kansas)
Kevin Simon (Indiana)
Sam Sloan (California)
Michael Thomas Snyder (New York)
Jack Sparks (Texas)
Alan Spears (California)
Kevin St. John (Ohio)
Brian Stack (Virginia)
Sebastian Stewart (Kentucky)
Michael Stoll (Florida)
David Stuckenberg (Florida)
Liam Sutman (Ohio)
Rachel Swift (Maryland)
Justin Thompson (Nebraska)
Sarah Thompson (Georgia)
Christopher Tillis (Florida)
Amos Timothee (Florida)
Jay Torres (Virginia)
Tim Villari (Texas)
Mike Vivroux (Texas)
Raylon Waits (Texas)
Robert Ward (Florida)
George Lee Washington (Michigan)
Dale Webb Jr. (Arizona)
Dawn Wentworth (California)
Nikki Whigham (Florida)
Jeffrey Wiebens (California)
Lonnie Wills (Arizona)
Reece Wright-McDonald (New York)


THIRD PARTY CANDIDATES:

ALLIANCE PARTY:

Rocky de la Fuente (California)


AMERICAN SOLIDARITY PARTY:

Peter Sonski Lauren Onak

Regional School Board Member Peter Sonski (Connecticut)
Presidential Nominee

Lauren Onak (Massachusetts)
Vice Presidential Nominee


CONSTITUTION PARTY:

Darrell Castle (Tennessee)
Scott Copeland (Texas)
Don Grundmann (California)
Colt Hample (Tennessee)
Charles Kraut (Virginia)

David Robbins (Tennessee)
Sheila "Samm" Tittle (Virginia)

GREEN PARTY:

Anita Belle (Michigan)
Robert Cooke (Texas)
Mason Vincent Cysewski (North Dakota)
DeShaun "Avatar Davi" Davis (New York)
Tyler Gray (Tennessee)
Adam Hollick (Maine)
Matthew McGowan (Mississippi)

Emanuel Pastreich (Massachusetts)

Jasmine Sherman (North Carolina)
Jill Stein (Massachusetts)
Jackie Tate (New York)
Randy Toler (Florida)
Robby Wells (Virginia)
Jorge Zavala (California)

LIBERTARIAN PARTY:

Joshua "Toad" Anderson (Massachusetts)
Aaron Avouris (Michigan)
Kevin Babicz (Washington)
Charles Ballay (Texas)
Sarah Benge (Indiana)
Melissa Biondi (Georgia)
Thomas Burton III (Ohio)
Joseph Collins Jr. (California)
Dave DeSilva (Arizona)
Keenan Wallace Dunham (South Carolina)
David "Trime Taveler" Dunlap (Florida)
T.J. "Wolfman" Elgin (Connecticut)
Charlie G. Ferry (New York)
Antonio Gagnon (Michigan)
Tevin Handford (Georgia)
Jacob Hornberger (Virginia)
Jody Jones (Florida)

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. (I-California)

Seymour Lee (Texas)
Beau Lindsey (Tennessee)
Lars Mapstead (California)
Robert Milnes (New Jersey)
James Free Mitchell V (Pennsylvania) s
Chase Oliver (Georgia)
Former Bellflower Mayor Art Olivier (California)

Vivek Ramaswamy (R-Ohio)

Michael Rectenwald (Pennsylvania)
John Reinhold (Florida)
Joshua Rodriguez (Colorado)
David Saber (California)
Rob Sansone (Colorado)
Joshua Smith (Iowa)
Mike ter Maat (Florida)
Nathan Vaught (Texas)
Angela Walls-Windhauser (Florida)

NO LABELS PARTY:

Renzell Gizens (No Labels-California)
Former Governor Pat McCrory (R-North Carolina)
Former Congressman Fred Upton (R-Michigan)


PARTY FOR SOCIALISM & LIBERATION:

Claudia De La CruzKarina Garcia

Claudia De La Cruz (New York)
Presidential Nominee

Karina Garcia (New York)
Vice Presidential Nominee


PROHIBITION PARTY:

Mike WoodJohn Pietrowski

Mike Wood (California)
Presidential Nominee

John Pietrowski (Ohio)
Vice Presidential Nominee


SOCIALIST PARTY USA:

Bill StoddenStephanie Cholensky

Bill Stodden (Iowa)
Presidential Nominee

Stephanie Cholensky (Minnesota)
Vice Presidential Nominee


SOCIALIST EQUALITY PARTY:

Joseph Kishore (Michigan)

SOCIALIST WORKERS PARTY:

Alyson Kennedy (Texas)

UNITY PARTY:

Eric Bodenstab (Colorado)
Bill Hammons (Texas)
Donnie Harris (Indiana)

INDEPENDENT &
WRITE-IN (WI) CANDIDATES:

Robert F Kennedy Jr

Robert F. Kennedy Jr (I-California)
Presidential Candidate

Runningmate Not Yet Designated
Vice Presidential Candidate


Cornel West

Cornel West (I-New Jersey)
Presidential Candidate

Runningmate Not Yet Designated
Vice Presidential Candidate

Also nominee of the Alaska Aurora Party and the Oregon Progressive Party.


Terrance Abraham (I-New Jersey)
Biker Bob Akers (I-Washington)
Malcolm Alexander-Neal (I-California)
Patrick Anderson (I-Georgia)
Andre Anero (I-Texas)
Sorinne Ardeleanu (I-California)
Norman Arevalo (I-Virginia)
Carl Arrechea (WI-California)
William Ashburn (WI-Pennsylvania)
Jennifer Astello (I-New Mexico)
Eric Atkinson (I-Florida)
Paul Auger (I-Georgia)
Shiva Ayyadurai (I-Massachusetts)
Jonathan Thomas Bailey (I-Washington)
Zane Baize (I-Oklahoma)
Charles Ballay (I-Louisiana)
Michael Barbine (WI-Texas)
David Bardol (WI-California)
Alycia Barnard (I-Florida)
Latoya Barnett (WI-Florida)
Al Bartell (I-Georgia)
Georgia Juliette Bartylla (I-Arizona)
Timothy Bax (I-Michigan)
Shaquana Beamon (I-New York)
Patrick Beck (WI-New Mexico)
Dan Behrman (I-Texas)
Michael Beirne (I-Maryland)
Jeremy Bernheisel (I-Arizona)
Tamerlane Bey (I-Florida)
Nicholas Biller (I-California)
James Bills (I-Texas)
Eric "President R19" Boddie (I-Georgia)
Jacques Boddy (I-Washington)
Eric Bolin (I-Wisconsin)
Jeremy Bonham (I-California)
James Boswell (I-Texas)
Omar Boulos (I-North Carolina)
Dana Bradley (I-Arkansas)
James Bradley (I-California)
Dannie Bradshaw (I-California)
Kelvin Brewton (I-Georgia)
Sharon Brooks (I-Minnesota)
Daniel Brown (I-Texas)
Samuel Albert Brown (I-Montana)
John "Coach Bru" Brubaker (I-Maine)
Liz Buelow (I-Oregon)
Zachary Burl (I-Alabama)
Robert Burlison (I-Illinois)
Boyd Thomas Burner (I-Nevada)
Thomas Burton III (I-Ohio)
Michael Busa (I-Massachusetts)
Willita Bush (I-Missouri)
Johnny Buss (I-California)
Cliff Buzard (I-Arizona)
Marcus Byrd (I-California)
Amber Byers (I-Michigan)
Brian Cain (I-Indiana)
Joseph "Jojo" Camp (I-Colorado)
Gary Cantrell (I-South Carolina)
Chris Capparell (WI-Georgia)
Valerie Carlton (I-Maryland)
Michael Carr (I-Texas)
Anna Carter (I-California)
Richard James Casey (I-Arizona)
Jon Castenada (I-Washington)
Todd Cella (WI-Utah)
Matthew Chandler (I-Ohio)
Robert Chapman (WI-Texas)
Roger Charles (I-Michigan)
Diana Chika (I-Florida)
Andrew "HeartDoc" Chung (I-Georgia)
Michael Clark (I-Tennessee)
William Clarke (WI-Alaska)
Christina Clement (I-Delaware)
Alexis Cloute (I-Wisconsin)
Thomas Coats (I-Illinois)
H. Russell Cohen (I-Florida)
Amber Coker (WI-Tennessee)
Alan Collinge (WI-Wisconsin)
Charles Comer (I-Alabama)
Jimmy Cooper (I-Georgia)
Don Cordell (I-California)
Vincent Cordova Jr. (I-California)
Jesse Corson (I-Virginia)
Raul Cortina (I-Texas)
Adam Cottillion (I-Florida)
Joshua Coulter (I-Florida)
Brian Cox (I-Nevada)
Dennis Cox (I-Florida)
Nicholas Crame (I-Florida)
Kita Cutler (I-California)
John Daly (I-Colorado)
Irina D'Amato (I-California)
John Damms Jr. (I-Pennsylvania)
Kevin Davies (WI- Virginia)
Khistina Deann (I-Texas)
Ernest Deering (I-Alaska)
Gaetano DeLuca (WI-New Hampshire)
Christian DeMarco (I-New Hampshire)
Michael Dename Jr. (WI-New York)
Shakeba Dennis (WI-California)
Sam Dependahl (I-California)
Adam Dever (I-Texas)
Kyle DeWick (I-Colorado)
Dennis Diaz (I-Connecticut)
John Diaz (I-Pennsylvania)
Brett Dillon (I-Maryland)
Regina DiSilvestro (I-California)
Eric Dowling (WI-Florida)
Jeff Downard (I-Arizona)
Phillip Drake (I-South Carolina)
Rico Dukes (American Independent Party-Texas)
Joseph Durazo (I-California)
Mitchell Ebata (I-Wisconsin)
Christopher Ebbe (I-Florida)
Mark Eberwine (I-Texas)
Saundra "Mom" Edgell (I-Indiana)
La Resa Edwards (WI-Georgia)
Rachel Adams Edwards (I-Texas)
Robert Edwards (I-Oregon)
T.J. Elgin (I-Connecticut)
Phillip Emerson (I-New York)
Destini Endress (I-Pennsylvania)
Thomas Erickson (I-Pennsylvania)
Mark Fitzgerald Jr. (I-PA)
Michael Floyd (I-Florida)
Raymond Fogg (I-Texas)
Tiffany Ford (I-Indiana)
Joseph "Afroman" Foreman (I-Ohio)
Thomas Fuller (WI-Florida)
Dave Gardner (I-Colorado)
Scott Gardner (I-Alabama)
Wenona Gardner (I-Wisconsin)
Kaleb Garibaldi (I-Kansas)
Sammy Garrit (I-Michigan)
Chris Garrity (I-New Hampshire)
Michael Gaul (Conservative Party-Georgia)
Marlaina Gedes (WI-Florida)
Davian Gekman (I-New Jersey)
Bobby Gibson (I-Ohio)
Roy Giessen (i-RTexas)
Dennis Gildon (I-Texas)
Neil Gillespie (I-Florida)
Jennifer Gillis (I-California)
Jaret Gold (I-New Jersey) James Goodale (I-Florida)
Joseph Gonzaga III (I-Oregon)
Edward Gonzakles (I-Texas)
Heath Gorney (I-Michigan)
David Graben (I-Tennessee)
Nick Gray (WI-Michigan)
Christa Grayson (I-West Virginia)
Christina Greathouse (I-Ohio)
Ellen Griesi (I-Arkansas)
Matt Guilland (I-Illinois)
Miguel Gutierrez (I-Texas)
Johnny Gwin (I-Alabama)
Tina Hahn (I-Arizona)
Adam Halfhill (I-Pennsylvania)
Antony Handal (I-Texas)
Kier Hansen (WI-New York)
Michael Harbour (I-Oregon)
JT Hardin (WI-Virginia)
Casey Hardison (I-Wyoming)
Jason Hardy (I-Wisconsin)
Ronald Harrell (I-Ohio)
James Hartford (I-Oklahoma)
Joshua Hartloper (I-South Carolina)
Jimmy Harvey (I-Georgia)
Douglas Hayward (I-Massachusetts)
John Haywood (I-North Carolina)
Ty Heaton (I-North Carolina)
Alexander Heidenreich (I-Missouri)
Samantha Hendrick (Michigan)
Johnny Henry (I-Mississippi)
Jason Hershey (WI-Washington)
Max Hill (I-New York)
Scott Himrod (I-Utah)
Michael Hood (I-Mississippi)
Bradley Horges Jr (WI-Illinois)
Dustin Horst (I-Iowa)
Rodney Howard (I-Illinois)
Jaha "Jay" Hughes (I-Georgia)
Christopher Hull (I-Texas)
Robert Humphrey (I-Maryland)
Larry Hutchinson (WI-Rhiode Island)
Daniel Imperato (I-Florida)
Wesley Inselman (I-Idaho)
Cassidy Irons (I-Florida)
Shondra Irving (I-Texas)
Jeff Iwerks (I-South Dakota)
William Jackson (I-Kentucky)
Princess Khadijah Jacob-Fambro (I-California)
Keith Jacobs (I-Indiana)
Thomas James (WI-North Carolina)
Loren Janosky (I-Tennessee)
Tonya Jennings (I-Tennessee)
Christopher Jerome (Indep American Party-Florida)
Edward Jewell (I-Indiana)
Brittany Jones (I-Oregon)
Natasha Jones (WI-New York)
Tony Jones (Reform Party-Rhode Island)
Mike Jorgensen (I-Maryland)
Jason Juarez (I-Florida)
Mohammad Kabir (American Governance Party-New Jersey)
Scott Kafka (I-Illinois)
Andrew Kantor (I-New Jersey)
David Kay (WI-Indiana)
Steven Kelley (I-Michigan)
Raoul Kennedy (I-Nevada)
Bruce Kenneway (WI-Maine)
Richard Kent (I-Indiana)
Van Kent (I-Michigan)
Krystal Khali (WI-Texas)
Thomas Kidd (I-Maryland)
David Klotzbuecher (I-Florida)
Chad Knight (I-Michigan)
Dan Knight (I-Illinois)
Ryan Kocak (I-Arizona)
Eric Kryzenske (I-Wisconsin)
Beverly Lamb (I-Maryland)
William Lambert (I-Tennessee)
Dennis Lane (I-Ohio)
Luis Lavin (I-New York)
Mike Ledbetter (WI-Texas)
Huhnkie Lee (I-Alaska)
Kendall Lee (I-Mississippi)
Michael Lemon (I-Maryland)
Stephen Leon (I- Virginia)
Andreas Lerma (I-California)
Adam Lewis (I-Arizona)
Matthew Lichtenberger (I-California)
Glenn Lopez (I-California)
Francis Lorenz (I-New York)
Robb Lungo (I-New Hampshire)
Joseph Lynch (I-Connecticut)
Rod Mack (I-Georgia)
Anita Malloy (I-South Carolina)
John Manda III (I-Arizona)
Paul Manion (I-Michigan)
Mark Marcellini (I-California)
Jeremiah Marciniak (I-California)
Baruch Margolis (I-Nevada)
Kristin Marina (I-Oregon)
Nicholas Marks (WI-California)
Damon Marrs (WI-Texas)
William Marsters (I-Florida)
Toby Martini (I-Florida)
Mike Martisko (I-Pennsylvania)
Richard Lee Matheson (WI-Washinton)
Myishola Matthews (I-Texas)
James Mauhili III (WI-Pennsylvania)
Nada Mawri (I-Michigan)
Leslie Mayes (I-Indiana)
Austin McBride (I-Utah)
Jim McCay (I-Mississippi)
Phil McCraken (I-Arizona)
Robert McMurrer (I-Indiana)
Andre McNeil (I-Missouri)
Dawson Menelik (I-Alaska)
James Mark Merts (I-California)
Amr Metwally (WI-Florida)
Scott Meyer (I-South Carolina)
Daniel Michaels (WI-Florida)
Khaled Miller (I-Texas)
Robin Mitchell (I-Colorado)
Eddie Monarch (American Party-Oklahoma)
Richard Moncada (I-Texas)
Richard Montgomery (WI-California)
Ariadne Moore (WI-West Virginia)
Brandy Moore (I-Alabama)
Michael Morini (WI-Maryland)
Zachariah Mountain (I-Maine)
Dennis Nabozny (I-Wisconsin)
Edward Nash (I-Texas)
Patrick Neary (I-Pennsylvania)
Scott Nelson (I-Indiana)
Andre Nero (I-Texas)
Ian Netupsky (I-North Carolina)
Ashaki Noni Nichols (I-Georgia)
Joey Nigro (I-Missouri)
Daniel Ohlson (I-Ohio)
Charles Olson (I-Texas)
Ade "Ife" Olukore (I-California)
Vanessa Ortega-McCarron (I-Washington)
Angel Osornio (I-California)
Scott Palmer (WI-Indiana)
Nicholas Parham (I-Louisiana)
Zachary Parker (I-California)
Adam Patsy (I-Pennsylvania)
Royce Patton (I-Texas)
Adam Paul (I-Wisconsin)
John Pawloski (I-Virginia)
Craig Paxson (I-Tennessee)
Floyd Petri (I-Texas)
Corey Pine (I-Indiana)
Pamela M. Pinkney Butts (I-Ohio)
Matthew Pinnavaia (I-California)
Carmelo Pinnavaria (I-Illinois)
Nikki Ray Pino (I-Utah)
Mark Plonka (I-South Carolina)
Deshon Porter (I-Texas)
Samuel Powell (I-District of Columbia)
Tamiko Powell (I-California)
Bryan Procuk (WI-Ohio)
Alander Pulliam (I-California)
Peter Quaglia (I-Pennsylvania)
Robert Quigley (WI-District of Columbia)
Marc Ramirez (I-Texas)
Tyler Rathbun (I-North Carolina)
Jay Reeves (Veterans-Texas)
Eliud Resendez (I-Texas)
Ethan Richards (WI-California)
Isaac Riley (I-Missouri)
Clayton Ressler (I-Texas)
Joanna Rodriguez (I-California)
Steffy Rodriguez (WI-Iowa)
Nathan Rones (I-District of Columbia)
Mike Rosales (I-New Mexico)
Tina Rose (I-Indiana)
Marc Rosenkrans (I-Hawaii)
Tom Ross (Transhumanist Party-Colorado)
Juan Rullan (WI-Puerto Rico)
Timothy Rushing (I-Florida)
Ahmad Saide (I-Florida)
Jarmal Jabbar Sanders (I-Alabama)
Anthony Sandoval (I-Kansas)
Frederick Santiago (I-New Jersey)
Erez Sarousi (I-Massachusetts)
Bradley Sawyer (I-Hawaii)
Seth Schechinger (I-Iowa)
Brent Schoenfelder (WI-New Jersey)
John Michael Schulmeister (I-Missouri)
Fred Schultz (I-California)
Angelo Scrigna (I-Hawaii)
Frank Scurlock (I-Louisiana)
Christopher Selke (I-Connecticut)
Kai Severino (I-California)
Peter Sharma (WI-New Mexico)
Kritie Shaver (I-Missouri)
Jasmine Sherman (I-North Carolina)
Kyle Sherman (I-California)
Brandon Shipman (I-New Jersey)
James Shoup III (I-New Mexico)
Daniel Slack (I-Maine)
Russell Smethers (I-Nevada)
Robert W. Smith (I-Virginia)
Andrew Smreker (I-Missouri)
Marty Snider (I-Alabama)
Ablio Soares (I-Massachusetts)
Brent Sprague (I-Georgia)
Silvia Stagg (WI-Florida)
Jon Edward Stasevich (I-Michigan)
Tim St. Clair (I-Texas)
Steve St. Peter (I-Arizona)
Ben Stewart (WI-Tennessee)
James Stiles (I-Florida)
Barbara Stone (People's Party-Florida)
Heather Stone (I-Illinois)
Ronaliseya Stoudemire (I-Texas)
Baronisha Strickland (Human Rights Party-California)
Christopher Stried (WI-Indiana)
Charles Strong (I-Oklahoma)
Christopher Stubbs (I-Hawaii)
Rodney Suggs (I-South Carolina)
Charles Todd Sullivan (I-Florida)
Nicholas "Shai" Sunderbruch (Communist-Indiana)
Morgan Elyse Sup-Byrd (WI-Florida)
Charles Symonds (I-Wisconsin)
Malcolm Tanner (I-Indiana)
Suzzanna Tanner (I-Washington)
"Matt The Welder" Taylor (I-Florida)
Alice Yancy Teague (I-Georgia)
Randall Terry (I-Tennessee)
Gregory Thomas (I-Texas)
Amanda Thompson (I-South Dakota)
Sylvania Thompson (I-Florida)
Christopher Thorn (I-Pennsylvania)
David Tolliver (I-Tennessee)
Dennis Torii (I-Florida)
Chance Trahan (I-Texas)
Brian Travis (Reform Party-Washington)
Robert Tuxhorn (I-Oregon)
Josh Usera (I-South Dakota)
Eduardo Uvalle (I-Illinois)
Arthur Van Houten (WI-Ohio)
Larry Vanpool (WI-Illinois)
Michael Vargo (I-Nevada)
Emory Vaughn (I-Georgia)
Danny Ray Vasquez (I-Arizona)
Jade Velarde (I-Florida)
Sexy Vegan (WI-California)
Brandon Victor (I-Louisiana)
Da Vid (Light Party-California)
Naresh Vissa (I-Florida)
Chuck Vrasich (I-Illinois)
Jason Waldram (I-Washington)
Liam Walker (I-Ohio)
Vince Wallace (I-Texas)
William Wallace (I-Alabama)
Mary Jo Walters (I-Wisconsin)
Greg Walton (I-California)
Shawn Waltz (I-Louisiana)
Dyron Wash (I-Indiana)
La'Rasha Washington (I-Texas)
Bradley Weigant (I-Florida)
Roger Welton (I-Maryland)
Kanye "Ye" West (I-Wyoming)
Debra White (I-Indiana)
Martin White (I-Washington)
Terry Wilkerson (WI-Pennsylvania)
Andy Williams Jr. (I-Illinois)
Clarence Williams (I-Tennessee)
LanorMaya Williams (I-Georgia)
Rita Williams (I-Michigan)
Bruce Wilson (I-South Carolina)
Debbie "Rica" Wilson (I-Maryland)
George Wilson (I-California)
Harvey Wizard (I-Florida)
Kyle Wood (I-Florida)
Demetra Wysinger (I-Arkansas)
Michael Zayas (WI-New York)
Barak Zilberberg (I-Nevada)
Tony Zorc (I-Maryland)


OTHER P2020 RESOURCES:

C-SPAN: Campaign 2024 - 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 since 1860. Covers the vote totals for the major party nominees and all the third party nominees in each race. Useful maps and graphs, too.

4President.org - An online museum of Presidential campaign brochures, bumper stickers, ads, and key speches from 1960 and forward to the present. 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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