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These are the potential candidates for the White House race.


These are the potential candidates for the White House race.

The race to the White House appears to have started more than 20 months earlier than scheduled in November 2024.

One of the most prominent candidates on

the Democratic side will naturally be President Joe Biden, who has not formally announced his candidacy but all indications and statements by Qi that he will run for another term.

Some prominent Democrats support Biden for a second term, but voters have consistently told pollsters that they don't want him to run again.

Biden's running mate, Kamala Harris

is not yet a candidate, but if Biden does not, she is expected to be a candidate, some Democrats are excited about the prospect of nominating a woman of color.

In turn, Robert Kennedy, the nephew of former US President John Kennedy, announced that he was considering the possibility of running for president in the next US election.

Bernie Sanders, also the most prominent qualifier, is a senator from Vermont.

Sanders hasn't announced his candidacy yet but if Biden doesn't, it's hard to believe he won't think about it seriously.

Sanders has strong support from a large portion of the Democratic electorate, especially younger voters, and in his third bid could win the party's nomination.

Also in circulation in the Democratic Party is Pete Buttigieg

a former mayor who currently oversees Michigan's ruling Department of Transportation, Gretchen Whitmer, for the second time recently examining many Democratic caucuses focusing on abortion rights

is a new face, and has proven to be capable of winning in the upper Midwest.

Also, Gov. J.B. Pritzker of Illinois is the scion of a wealthy family, likely to enter the presidential race if Biden plays.

On the Republican side

former US President Donald Trump is the leading candidate and has announced his intention to return to the White House in November 2022.

Much of the Republican Party remains pro-Trump

but the scale of this support is difficult to quantify. Polls show that his support among Republicans is ubiquitous, but clearly he is not a banned candidate and could succeed in running.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis

  • a leading Republican candidate
  • has not officially announced his candidacy
  • but the answer is clearly "Yes, I will run."

Many members of DeSantis' Republican Party see a strong replacement for Trump, but no one knows quite how the Trump-Diantis fight for the nomination will end.

On the other hand

former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley and Washington's ambassador to the United Nations under Trump announced her candidacy on February 14, saying, "It's time for a new generation," but Haley's chances seem wobbly to win the party's nomination.

Vivek Ramaswamy

a 37-year-old biotech millionaire with a strong biography

also announced his candidacy on February 21, and said: "We are in the middle of a national identity crisis. Faith, patriotism and hard work have disappeared, replaced by new secular religions such as Covid, climate and gender ideology. "

He has some excited fans. But so far, there is little evidence to suggest that this enthusiasm could amount to a presidential run.

On the other hand, Mike Pompeo

a former CIA director and Trump secretary of state

is likely to run in the presidential race, issuing campaign-style memos, and clearly distancing himself from Trump on some issues. But it is not yet clear who supports him.

Former Vice President Mike Pence, who also served as Governor of Indiana, is likely to run but has yet to announce it.

Pence has a strong conservative Christian political agenda. His time as Trump's vice president showed that he was at odds with his boss.

Also on the table within the Republican Party is Asa Hutchinson

a longtime congressman and former governor of Arkansas.

New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu is the little brother of former Senator John E.

Sununu and the son of former White House Chief of Staff John H.

Sununu Tim Scott of South Carolina

the only black Republican senator, Glenn Youngkin is the former CEO of the Carlisle Private Equity Group, who was elected governor of Virginia in 2021.

American businessman Perry Johnson

also announced his intention to stand for the next election.

The 60 U.S. presidential elections are scheduled for November 2024.