WHO IS RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT IN 2020?

The list below shows all Democrat and Republican candidates who filed with the Secretary of State to appear on the New Hampshire presidential primary ballot. New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation primary will take place on Tuesday, February 11, 2020, eight days after the Iowa caucus.

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Source: Federal Election Commission, 9/30/2019.

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Long before serving as a U.S. Senator from Colorado, Bennet was the Chief of Staff for another 2020 presidential candidate, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper (who has since dropped out of the race). Bennet announced his presidential campaign after successful surgery for prostate cancer in April 2019.

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Although vice presidents often go on to seek the presidency (George H.W. Bush and Al Gore, for example), Biden declined to run in 2016, due in part to the death of his son in 2015. He is the only former vice presidential candidate running this year.

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Booker, a U.S. Senator from New Jersey, dropped out of the presidential race in January. His name will still appear on the New Hampshire presidential primary ballot.

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Bullock, the governor of Montana, dropped out of the presidential race in December. His name will still appear on the New Hampshire presidential primary ballot.

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Buttigieg is the mayor of South Bend, Indiana. On his campaign website, Buttigieg describes himself as "a millennial Mayor, Afghanistan war veteran, and husband." He's also making history as an openly gay candidate for president.

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Castro, the former Housing and Urban Development Secretary under President Obama, dropped out of the presidential race in January. His name will still appear on the New Hampshire presidential primary ballot.

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Delaney became the first elected official to declare he is running for president, in 2017. The three-term Congressman and wealthy businessman from Maryland is hoping an early declaration will help him with name recognition.

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Gabbard is a fourth-term representative from Hawaii. She was an early endorser of Bernie Sanders in 2016. She is also an Iraq war veteran.

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Harris, a U.S. senator from California, dropped out of the presidential race in December. Her name will still appear on the New Hampshire presidential primary ballot.

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Klobuchar is a fourth-term U.S. Senator from Minnesota. In 2016 the Democrats lost most of the Midwest to Trump, so some analysts believe a midwesterner could help defeat Trump.

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Even though Sanders lost the presidential primary in 2016, he has stayed in the spotlight fighting against Trump's policies and proposing universal health insurance. Sanders enters the 2020 race with the benefit of significant name recognition and a national fundraising network.

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After making his fortune as a hedge fund manager, Steyer turned his attention to political activism. He has focused on fighting climate change and impeaching President Donald Trump.

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Warren has sparred with Trump on more than one occassion, and brands herself as a watchdog for Wall Street. She was an academic before winning the U.S. Senate seat in Massachusetts.

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Williamson, a spiritual adviser and activist, dropped out of the presidential race in January. Her name will still appear on the New Hampshire presidential primary ballot.

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Yang is an entrepreneur who made his name with the nonprofit Venture for America. He is gaining attention for his proposal to give all adults $1,000 in "universal basic income." One lucky family in Goffstown, New Hampshire will receive this income during his campaign.

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Rocky is a California businessman who also ran in 2016. He is a moderate Republican who opposes a border wall.

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While he may face a primary challenge from Weld, President Trump has a significant advantage over any challenger, Democrat or Republican: a preexisting campaign infrastructure and a war chest larger than any other candidate.

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Weld is the former governor of Massachusetts and the 2016 vice presidential nominee for the Libertarian Party. This time he is running as a Republican, not a Libertarian.

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Lesser-known candidates - raised less than $500,000

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