2020 Taiwan presidential election

15th Presidential and Vice Presidential election of the Republic of China

The 15th President and Vice President election of the Republic of China (Chinese: 中華民國第十五屆總統、副總統選舉) took place in Taiwan on 11 January 2020.[1] Voters re-elected President and Vice President.

2020 Taiwanese presidential election

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Turnout74.9% Increase 8.6 pp
Nominee Tsai Ing-wen Han Kuo-yu James Soong
Party DPP KMT People First
Running mate William Lai Chang San-cheng Sandra Yu
Popular vote 8,170,231 5,522,119 608,590
Percentage 57.1% 38.6% 4.3%

Taiwan presidential election map 2020.svg
Leading candidates and vote share by administrative division

President before election

Tsai Ing-wen

Elected President

Tsai Ing-wen

The process of presidential primary elections and nominations were held during the last six months of 2019.

Current President Tsai Ing-wen of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), who was elected in 2016, won re-election. She is scheduled to be inaugurated on 20 May 2020.

Candidates change

Democratic Progressive Party change

Nominees change

2020 Democratic Progressive ticket
Tsai Ing-wen William Lai
for President for Vice President
President of the Republic of China
Premier of the Republic of China

Candidates change

William Lai
President of the Executive Yuan
LN: June 13, 2019

Kuomintang change

Nominees change

2020 Kuomintang ticket
Han Kuo-yu Chang San-cheng
for President for Vice President
Mayor of Kaohsiung
Premier of the Republic of China

Candidates change

Terry Gou Eric Chu Chou Hsi-wei Chang Ya-chung Wang Jin-pyng Lo Chih-chiang
Founder and Former Chairman of Foxconn Mayor of New Taipei
Magistrate of Taipei County
National Taiwan University Professor Member of the Legislative Yuan
Taipei City Councillor
LN: July 15, 2019 LN: July 15, 2019 LN: July 15, 2019 LN: July 15, 2019 W: June 6, 2019 W: April 7, 2019
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People First Party change

Nominees change

2020 People First ticket
James Soong Sandra Yu
for President for Vice President
Governor of Taiwan
United Communications Group chairwoman

Other parties and independents change

Withdrawn candidates change

Polling change

Opinion pollings of the 2020 Taiwanese presidential election between Tsai Ing-wen, Han Kuo-yu and James Soong.

References change

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  3. 朱立倫卸新北市長 宣布投入2020總統選舉,中央社,2018-12-25
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  5. Maxon, Ann (8 January 2019). "Ex-Hung Hsiu-chu aide eyes presidential run". Taipei Times. Retrieved 8 January 2019.
  6. Liu, Kuan-ting; Wang, Flor (6 June 2019). "Wang Jin-pyng drops bid for Taiwan President, bows out of KMT primary". Taiwan News. Retrieved 6 June 2019.
  7. "Former legislative speaker announces presidential bid". Central News Agency. 7 March 2019. Retrieved 7 March 2019.
  8. 拋震撼彈!羅智強宣布4階段參選總統! China Times, 26 November 2018
  9. "羅智強宣布不選總統了!要吳敦義「快徵召韓國瑜」". tw.news.yahoo.com.
  10. Lee, Hsin-fang (17 February 2019). "Former premier Simon Chang seeks 2020 presidential run as independent". Taipei Times. Retrieved 17 February 2019.
  11. 2019-08-02【POP撞新聞】黃暐瀚專訪張善政:「挺韓、不選2020」!. POP Radio (in Chinese (Taiwan)). 2 August 2019. Retrieved 2 August 2019.
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  14. Wu, Chun-feng; Yang, Chun-hui; Chung, Jake (18 September 2019). "Ex-vice president Lu to run for president". Taipei Times. Retrieved 18 September 2019.
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