2020 Presidential Candidates and Party Affiliation

2020 Presidential Candidates and Party Affiliation

Who Is Running For President In 2020?

2020-election buttonThe 2020 Presidential Election has geared up at the beginning of 2019 with multiple Democrats announcing their interest in running as a 2020 Presidential Candidate. Several notable Democrats have either announced their steps to forming an exploratory committee or filing to run, these individuals include Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, California Senator Kamala Harris, and more.

While Donald Trump is deemed to be the favorite to represent the Republican party in the 2020 Election, some Republicans are rumored to be filing to challenge President Trump for the Republican Primary Pick.

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2020 Republican Candidates

Donald Trump

Donald Trump

Polls: 86% (R)
Bovada Odds: -105
BetOnline Odds: -110

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Bill Weld

Bill Weld

Polls: 14% (R)
Bovada Odds: TBA
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Mike Pence

Mike Pence

**Potential Candidate**
Bovada Odds: +8000
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2020 Democratic Candidates


Joe Biden

Joe Biden

Polls: 32.0% (D)
Bovada Odds: +500
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Bernie Sanders

Bernie Sanders

Polls: 17.2% (D)
Bovada Odds: +1000
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Beto O'Rourke

Beto O'Rourke

Polls: 3.0%
Bovada Odds: +10000
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Kamala Harris

Kamala Harris

Polls: 9.3% (D)
Bovada Odds: +1000
BetOnline Odds: +1600

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Andrew Yang

Andrew Yang

Polls: 1.3%
Bovada Odds: +2500
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John Delaney

John Delaney

Polls: 0.7%
Bovada Odds: TBA
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Amy Klobuchar

Amy Klobuchar

Polls: 0.7%
Bovada Odds:+12500
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Elizabeth Warren

Elizabeth Warren

Polls: 15.0% (D)
Bovada Odds: +650
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Cory Booker

Cory Booker

Polls: 1.7% (D)
Bovada Odds: +6000
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Marianne Williamsonr

Marianne Williamson

Polls: TBA
Bovada Odds: TBA
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Kirsten Gillibrand

Kirsten Gillibrand

Polls: TBA
Bovada Odds: +15000
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Jay Inslee

Jay Inslee

Polls: TBA
Bovada Odds: +50000
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Julian Castro

Julian Castro

Polls: 1.2% (D)
Bovada Odds: +10000
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John Hickenlooper

John Hickenlooper

Polls: TBA
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Wayne Messams

Wayne Messam

Polls: TBA (D)
Bovada Odds: TBA
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Pete Buttigieg

Pete Buttigieg

Polls: 5.3% (D)
Bovada Odds: +1400
BetOnline Odds: +3300

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Tulsi Gabbard

Tulsi Gabbard

Polls: 0.8% (D)
Bovada Odds: +4000
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Tim Ryan

Tim Ryan

Polls: TBA (D)
Bovada Odds: TBA
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Bill Weld

Seth Moulton

Polls: TBA (R)
Bovada Odds: TBA
BetOnline Odds: +15000

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Michael Bennet

Michael Bennet

Polls: TBA (R)
Bovada Odds: TBA
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Eric Swalwell

Eric Swalwell

Polls: TBA (R)
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Steve Bullock

Steve Bullock

Polls: TBA (R)
Bovada Odds: TBA
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Eric Swalwell

Bill de Blasio

Polls: TBA (R)
Bovada Odds: +50000
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Other Candidates Who Filed To Run For President In 2020

Hunter Hipple, Alex Lloyd Gross, Crystal Bergfield, Mr. Michael James Ott, Taylor Cleveland, Hubert Sean Francisco, Christopher Stried, Josh Kusiak, Ms. Christin Noel Powers, Christopher Owen Ebert, Raeford Gamelle Smith Sr, Mr. Michael Lamont Hambrick Sr, Mr. Luis Szydlowski-De Jesus, Marvin Gerald Vandam, Mr. Ramon Perez, Ms. Jennifer Yeandle, Julian Lapaul Decarlo Gray, Mr. Rico Harold Padua, Mr. Lionel James H, Paul Donald Cauitt, Angela Mari Baxley Glass, Mr. Patrick Michael White, Dennis Wayne Swindle Jr, Jeremiah James Hopper Sr, Mr. David Aaron Karaffa, Sean Collinson, Meredithe Floyd Pennington Jr, Dr. Samuel B Hoff, Mr. Bib Squeal Bubbington, Christina Marie Cabral, Ms. Martin John Hahn III, Gerald Windham, Anthony Kevin Moss Jr, Kasey Wells, Charles Hodge Jr, Floyd Azreal (Death) Yancey, Leroy Lewis, Jack Lewis Charbonneau, Scott Eldon Fulk, Claire Elizabeth Elliot, Brian R Curro, Timmy Strickland, James Paris Firmani, Kenneth James Montalvo, Markie Kenneth Garner, Ajay Sood, Christopher Lee Breiler, Jeremy Shane, John Kwesi Hankins, Christopher Christian Watkins, David Alan Wilkerson, Kenneth Alan Wilson, Daniel Jonathan House, Jeffery Michael Hidek, Patrick Robert Miller, Troy Voss, Richard Charles Moncada, Sammy Garret, Rev. Veronica Ronnie Fuller, Mohammad S Kabir, Willita D Bush, Mr. Roger Stephen Du Pont, Mary June Rincon, Mark L Bauer, Korey Paul Starkey, Peyton C Faucett, Angelo Yoshannah Scrigna, Samuel Lyndell Powell, Brandon Cekander, Mr. Robert Washington Cooper Jr, Austin Pack, Kelvin Gerad Davis, Dr. Walter Randall Bannister, Mr. Alan Henry Gordon, Liza Dawn Cherricks, Keith Davenport, Ruben Valles Jr, Mr. Phillip Karl Speat, Terry Wayne Wheelock, Joel Levi Altman, Robert William Sandera, Mr. Batso B El Sr, Daniel White, Cherunda Lynn Fox, Steven Jon Jolly, Franklin James Erwin, Gabriel Elias Van Duren, Kevin Bradford Diel, Nicholas Roesler, Scott Wayne Klinkhammer, Robert James Thomas, Billy Rubin, Jun La’gay Lloyd, Mathew Lee Tyler, Joy L Sorrells, Tony Maggiore, Michelle “Hope” Walker, Mr. James Ryan Srail, Chad Michael Jorgenson, Andrew Chung, Mr. Michael Andrew Counsell, Corgan Larson,  Jawad Hashem Hakeem, Mrs. Crystal Ann Hale, Alicia Barbine
Mr. Ivan-Jan Cruz Desuasido, Ian Schlakman, Curt Nichols, Mr. Jason Robert Barnes, James Orlando Ogle III, Gary Swing, Kerry Kizer, Jennifer Walters, Eugene Patilio, Mr. Eduardo Manuel Torres Jr, Kanye West
Christopher Joseph De La Torre, Mr. Brent Kay Natzle, Mr. Raul Ybarra Bonilla Jr, Kody Allen Kneip, Refino Pig, Christopher Brainard, Mr. Jeff Stabins, Angela Marie Walls-Windhauser, Zadok Rubin, Mr. Donald Glenn Hewett, Gregory Mark Guillaume, Yehanna Joan Malone, Rafael Arden Jones Sr, Mark-Christian Anthony Aubin, Mr. Steven Douglas Sharp, Mr. Patrick Allen Cope, Steven Floyd Long, Jan Janson, Eric Renaldo Fludd, Donna Han Stroud, Huhnkie Lee, Danny Nathaniel Hawkins Jr, Mrs. Julianna Elizabeth Benzel, Dr. Deeanna Michelle R Jones, President Boddie, Eric Scott Cavanagh, Robert Eugene Smith, Sem Yoram Van Der Vegte, Dr. Joe Edward Pastor Anderson, Melvin Francis Eberly, Terrance James Harvey, Travis Lee Stevenson, Michael Wayne Palmer, Nathaniel Glasgow, Mr. David Raphael Herz, Rev. Cecil Albert Richardson, Darryl Murphy, Mr. Daniel Davis, Alonzo Tablet Martin Sr, David Oswald Griffith, Jacob Johnston, Donald Eugene Lowe, Kevin Oakes, Stephen Bradley Cornley Sr, Gail Chord Schuler, Cesar Cisneros, Lavarion Bolling, George Brown, John Schiess, Wanda Gayle Duckwald, Paul George Preste, Keely Ann Craig, Dr. Marcia Karen Abrams, Joe Edward Leonard III, Mr. Spencer Eric Snyder, Michael Moates, Johnny Rae Friskey, Mr. Dimitri Anastasios Panagopoulos, Nicholas Evans, Corbin Zane cater, Mr. Ronald Muwereza Lutalo Sr, Andrew locklin Barringer, Michaela Shapero, Michael Bickelmeyer, Timothy Charles Kalemkarian
Mr. Kurtis King Wilson, Blaine Russel Lechko, Robert Ion Moldafsky, Kirsten Gillibrand, Martina Armstead, Daniel Holloway, Joshua James Reed, Harry Tyrone Mapp, Brandon Acker, Raymond Seney, Tulsi Gabbard, Jorran Lee Beebe, Cohen Eden, Daniel Blain, Sanderson Beck, Luis Alberto Ramos Jr, Anthony Piazza, Stefan Karl Stefansson, Robert Bradford Lee Acord, James Bell, Ms. Sherry Mallory, Ms. Darcie Allen, Nicholas Ryan Ocampo, Joshua Matthew Becker, Rev. Michael W Scruggs, Adrian J Cox, Nadia Bahia Smalley, Jack Angus Nevin, Jared Kyle Wolny, Christina Gerasimos Billings-Elias, Jennifer McMurray, Ms. Michelle Hale Hudson, Alan Howe, Mr. Glen Scott Allistar Simpson, Daphne Denise Bradford, Michel Anissa Powell, Marquis Antwan Garner, Gary Turner, Joncarlo Ciccone, Erlyndon Joseph “Joey” Lo, Larry Walker, Gregory Francis Votruba, Michael E Arth, Labarron Perkins, Stetson Hardwick, Gaul Caleb, Gidget kay Groendyk, Susanne Atanus, Richard Lyons Weil, Ryan Nicholas Von Bevern, Lee Rhodes, Dejawon Joseph, Mr. Dustin Ryan Shewbert Sr, Randall Nalls, Sharmin Lynn Smith, Stephen Michael Patterson, Benjamin Peter Kozlowski, Gregory Mikolay, Miss Donna Jean Alston, Douglas Walter, Nita Mildred Rice, Darryl P Hendricks, Corey Stacey Canty, Radomir Vojtech Luza, Jefery Levy, Mr. Theodore Millard Crisell, Jason Murray, Melvin Wayne Clark,  Stanley Franklin Allen, Mr. Robert Carr Wells Jr,  Kevin Collins, Levoid Dexter Perry II, Rodger Lee Roose, Kevin Prestia, Keith Smith, Herbert Ezekiel Zeke Smyth, Rudy Edward Gomez, Robert L Jackson, Mark London Dunham II, Caleb Ganzer, William hope, Charles Landon Hodges, Catherine Anne Forsman, John Robert O’Donnell, Mr. Ronald Bush, Robert Simon Shaw IV, Mr. Caylend Anthony Edward Childs, Ryan Andrew Xojet Farber, Hart P Cunningham, Emily Rosas, David Frank, Mr. Dennis Jeffrey Nusbaum, Mr. John Dacey, harry William Braun III, Terence Roger James, Mr. John Patrick Martini, etc.*

*More Individuals filed to run for the 2020 Presidential Candidacy

2020 Election Odds

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Currently, Bovada is providing futures odds for who will outright win the 2020 US Presidential Election, whether the winning party will be Democrat or Republican, who will win either the Democratic or Republican primary Pick, and whether Trump will be impeached by the House in his first term as President.


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FAQs

What is the 2020 Primary schedule?

Numerous US states will be expected to hold primary elections and caucuses in the coming months after the start of 2020 with dates subject to change per state. Super Tuesday scheduled for March 3rd, 2020 is considered a particularly significant day for primary elections as more delegates to the presidential nominating committee can be won on that day rather than any other. Super Tuesday Primaries are usually done so by a large number of states from diverse regions of the country giving presidential candidates a dry-run of their national likeability.

How many days until the Presidential election?

The 2020 Presidential Election day is set for November 3rd, 2020 which from the time of this writing (January 28th, 20190 is 645 days away. As we near the election, it will be clearer as to what candidates will be facing one another in the upcoming election.

What is an electoral vote in the Presidential election?

Electoral Votes occur through the Electoral College, an institution established by the founding fathers and written within the US Constitution. The Electoral College compromises the election of the President by Congress and by popular vote of qualified US Citizens. In order to elect a President in the Electoral College, a majority vote of 270 is needed. Electoral Votes are allocated between states based on recent census reports, number of state representatives, and so on.