Major Democratic Presidential Candidates

  • Former Vice President Joe Biden (Delaware)
  • US Senator Michael Bennet (Colorado)
  • US Senator Cory Booker (New Jersey)
  • Governor Steve Bullock (Montana)
  • South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg (Indiana)
  • Former US Housing Secretary Julian Castro (Texas)
  • New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (New York)
  • Former Congressman John Delaney (Maryland)
  • Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard (Hawaii)
  • US Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (New York)
  • Ex-Alaska US Senator Mike Gravel (Virginia)
  • US Senator Kamala Harris (California)
  • Former Governor John Hickenlooper (Colorado)
  • Governor Jay Inslee (Washington)
  • US Senator Amy Klobuchar (Minnesota)
  • Former Governor Terry McAuliffe (Virginia)
  • Miramar Mayor Wayne Messam (Florida)
  • Congressman Seth Moulton (Massachusetts)
  • Former Congressman Beto O’Rourke (Texas)
  • Congressman Tim Ryan (Ohio)
  • US Senator Bernie Sanders (Vermont)
  • Congressman Eric Swalwell (California)
  • US Senator Elizabeth Warren (Massachusetts)
  • Entrepreneur Andrew Yang (New York)

Minor Democratic Presidential Candidates

  • Brandon Acker (North Carolina)
  • Bradford Acord (Virginia)
  • Michael Aguiar (Rhode Island)
  • Darcie Allen (South Carolina)
  • 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)
  • Carrie Bittay-D’Intino (New Mexico)
  • Elizabeth Black (New York)
  • Daniel Blain (Ohio)
  • Kwame “Mayor” Boateng (California)
  • Jeff Boss (New Jersey)
  • Jackie Bower (Michigan)
  • Harry Braun (Georgia)
  • George Clinton Brown (Nevada)
  • Noah Bunyan (Hawaii)
  • Ron Bush (California)
  • Willie Carter (Texas)
  • Damien Chiodo (California)
  • Mack Clifton (Maryland)
  • Larry Cole (Illinois)
  • Kevin Collins (Missouri)
  • Richard Cooper (Texas)
  • Kevin Cormier (North Carolina)
  • Adrian Cox (Alabama)
  • Alex Cummings (Georgia)
  • Hart Cunningham (Arizona)
  • John Dacey (Massachusetts)
  • John Davey (New Hampshire)
  • Jimmy Delgado (Texas)
  • Cherie DeVille (California)
  • Dennis Diaz (Connecticut)
  • 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)
  • Jose Font (District of Columbia)
  • David Frank (California)
  • Aaron Fraser (New Jersey)
  • Najah Gabriel (Maryland)
  • Keith Galaska (Ohio)
  • Caleb Ganzer (New York)
  • John Gilbert (Wisconsin)
  • Rudy Gomez (California)
  • Andre “Almighty God Green” Green (Florida)
  • Rosalind Greene (Virginia)
  • Gidget Groendyk (Michigan)
  • Former St Louis School Board Member Bill Haas (Missouri)
  • Carol Hafner (South Dakota)
  • Stetson Hardwick (New Jersey)
  • Vincent Harigel (Florida)
  • Alvin Harrison (California)
  • De’Sean Hawthorne (Texas)
  • Tyrell Heaton (Minnesota)
  • Henry Hewes (New York)
  • Daniel Holloway (Florida)
  • Joe Holt Jr. (District of Columbia)
  • Alan Howe (Pennsylvania)
  • Terence James (Washington)
  • John Fitzgerald Johnson (Ohio)
  • Benjamin Korman (New York)
  • Bernard Korn (Florida)
  • Christopher Langston (Georgia)
  • Blaine Lechko (Iowa)
  • Warren Lee (California)
  • Akiva Leffert (New York)
  • Keith Leonard (Washington)
  • Sherry Mallory (Georgia)
  • Gerasimos Manolatos (New York)
  • Harry Mapp (Connecticut)
  • Jonathan Marc (Georgia)
  • John Martini (South Carolina)
  • John Christopher Mason (North Carolina)
  • Valerie McCray (Indiana)
  • Hernan Melgarejo (New Jersey)
  • James Meroney (Texas)
  • Kyle Miller (Virginia)
  • Robert Moldafsky (Missouri)
  • Jason Murray (New York)
  • Jack Nevin (Connecticut)
  • 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)
  • Anthony Piazza (Minnesota)
  • Mark Pierce (California)
  • Ashley Powell (Michigan)
  • Kevin Prestia (New York)
  • David Puchta (California)
  • Mary Quartey (District of Columbia)
  • Joshua Reed (Idaho)
  • Christopher Rella (Nevada)
  • Lee Newton Rhodes (Georgia)
  • Brian Rivera (California)
  • Pamela Rocker (Ohio)
  • Rodger Roose (Nebraska)
  • Emily Rosas (Florida)
  • Ben Roseman (Maryland)
  • Shawn Rundblade (Wisconsin)
  • Doug Sabbag (Florida)
  • Ole Savior (Minnesota)
  • Ryan Schell (Florida)
  • Daniel Segal (Ohio)
  • Ray Seney (New York)
  • Robert Shaw IV (New York)
  • Doug Shreffler (Washington)
  • Nadia Smalley (California)
  • Alexandra Smith (Iowa)
  • Keith Smith (Ohio)
  • Zeke Smyth (Alaskas)
  • Stephanie St Louis (New York)
  • Stefan Karl Stefansson (California)
  • Luis Correa “Caliph of God” Thezion (California)
  • Kemesha Thomas (Arizona)
  • Sheila “Samm” Tittle (Virginia)
  • Jaxon Tolbert (Tennessee)
  • Minh Duc Vu (New Jersey)
  • Jose Villagrana (Illinois)
  • Scott Walker (Delaware)
  • John Washington III (Texas)
  • Raynette Kennedy Weiss (District of Columbia)
  • Robby Wells (Georgia)
  • Fred Wiand (Maine)
  • Marianne Williamson (California)
  • Kurtis Wilson (California)
  • Jared Wolny (Colorado)
  • Alice Yancey-Teague (Georgia)
  • Maayan Zik (New York)

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