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United States presidential election of 2020
United States government

United States presidential election of 2020

United States government

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Bennet

  • Michael Bennet
    In Michael Bennet

    …Bennet announced his candidacy for president in 2020. He stated that one of his reasons for running was to “restore integrity to the government.” Shortly after entering the presidential race, Bennet published The Land of Flickering Lights: Restoring America in an Age of Broken Politics (2019). His campaign, however, never…

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Biden

  • Joe Biden
    In Joe Biden

    …that he would run for president in 2020, Biden announced his candidacy in April 2019, joining a crowded Democratic field.

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Bloomberg

  • Michael Bloomberg
    In Michael Bloomberg: Later activities and presidential run

    …that he would run for president in 2020. Although Bloomberg announced in March 2019 that he would not seek the presidency, in November he officially entered the race. Despite spending more than $500 million, he struggled to gain support, especially after poor performances in two debates. In March 2020 he…

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Booker

  • Cory Booker
    In Cory Booker

    …was running for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020. However, he struggled for support in a crowded field of candidates, and in January 2020 he suspended his campaign.

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de Blasio

  • Bill de Blasio
    In Bill de Blasio: Mayor of New York City

    …Blasio announced that he was running for president the following year, joining a crowded field that included 22 other Democrats. However, he was unable to garner much support, and he dropped out of the race in September.

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Gillibrand

  • Gillibrand, Kirsten
    In Kirsten Gillibrand

    …she was seeking the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020. However, she struggled to attract support, and in August 2019 she withdrew from the race.

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Harris

  • Kamala Harris
    In Kamala Harris

    …she was seeking the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020. From the outset, Harris was seen as one of the leading candidates. However, by September 2019 her campaign was in serious trouble, and in December she dropped out of the race.

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Klobuchar

  • Amy Klobuchar
    In Amy Klobuchar

    …she was seeking the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020. Klobuchar, who campaigned as a moderate, struggled to gain traction in the crowded field, and in March 2020 she withdrew from the race.

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Sanders

Steyer

  • Tom Steyer
    In Tom Steyer

    …that he would seek the U.S. presidency, in January 2019 Steyer announced that he would not run. However, six months later he entered the race, vowing to spend at least $100 million on his campaign. After disappointing performances in several primaries and caucuses, he withdrew from the race in February…

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Warren

  • Elizabeth Warren
    In Elizabeth Warren

    …the field for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020 when she announced her candidacy at the end of December 2018. She adopted a progressive platform and was briefly considered a front-runner. However, she was unable to find broad support, and in March 2020 she withdrew from the race.

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