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Every Democrat Running (or Considering a Run) for President in 2020

Over a dozen Democrats have already declared themselves 2020 presidential candidates, and we've been following each one closely. Below is a roundup of all the individuals (some more radically progressive than others) who plan to try and end Donald Trump's presidency. Do they have a shot? Click to find out where they stand on the issues and what controversies will follow them to the campaign trail.


Declared Candidates

Joe Biden

Former vice president of the United States (2008-2016)

Beto O'Rourke

Former U.S. House Representative of Texas (2012-2018)

Kirsten Gillibrand

U.S. senator from New York since 2009

Kamala Harris

U.S. senator from California since 2017

Cory Booker 


U.S. senator from New Jersey since 2013

Jay Inslee

Governor of Washington State since 2013

John Hickenlooper

Former Governor of Colorado (2011-2019)

Steve Bullock

Governor of Montana since 2013

Bill de Blasio

Mayor of New York City since 2014

Michael Bennet

Colorado senator since 2009


Seth Moulton

U.S. representative from Massachusetts since 2015

Marianne Williamson

Author, activist

Wayne Messam

Mayor of Miramar, FL since 2015

Pete Buttigieg

Mayor of South Bend, Indiana since 2012.

Tulsi Gabbard

U.S. Representative of Hawaii since 2013

Andrew Yang

Ambassador of Global Entrepreneurship


Elizabeth Warren

U.S. senator from Massachusetts since 2013

Amy Klobuchar

U.S. senator from Minnesota since 2007

John Delaney

Former Maryland congressman (2013-2019)

Julián Castro

Former HUD secretary under President Obama

Bernie Sanders

U.S. senator from Vermont since 2007

Tim Ryan

U.S. representative from Ohio since 2003

Tom Steyer

Philanthropist and Democratic activist from San Francisco, California 

Joe Sestak

Mike Gravel

Former U.S. senator of Alaska (1969-1981)


Not Yet Declared/Rumored

Stacey Abrams

Former minority leader of the Georgia House of Representatives (2011 to 2017) and 2018 Democratic nominee for governor.

Editor's note: This list will be updated accordingly.

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