2020 PRESIDENTIAL RACE

The list below shows the Democratic and Republican presidential candidates who have won the most votes in state primaries and caucuses. The Democratic National Convention to choose a nominee for president and vice president will take place August 17, 2020.

New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation primary took place on Tuesday, February 11, 2020. Click here to see the results.

Source: Federal Election Commission, 2/29/2020.

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This is the third presidential campaign for Biden, who also ran in 1988 and 2008. 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 currently the frontrunner in the Democratic primary race.

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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 entered the 2020 race with a formidable national fundraising network.  He has become the favorite among more progressive voters in the Democratic party.

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While he may have faced a primary challenge from former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld, President Trump has a significant advantage over his opponents: a preexisting campaign infrastructure and a war chest larger than any other candidate.

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