2024 United States presidential election

60th quadrennial presidential election of the United States

The 2024 United States presidential election will be the 60th quadrennial presidential election. The election is scheduled to be held on Tuesday, November 5, 2024, along with other state and federal elections. It will be the first presidential election to use population information from the 2020 census.[1]

2024 United States presidential election

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538 members of the Electoral College
270 electoral votes needed to win
Opinion polls
 
Nominee Joe Biden
(expected)
Donald Trump
(expected)
Party Democratic Republican
Home state Delaware Florida
Running mate Kamala Harris
(expected)
TBD

2024 electoral map, based on 2020 census

Incumbent President

Joe Biden
Democratic



President Joe Biden has officially announced he is running for reelection to a second term.

Former President Donald Trump has also announced he is running for reelection to a non-consecutive term.

The winner of the 2024 presidential election will be inaugurated on January 20, 2025.

Background change

Requirements change

Article Two of the United States Constitution states that for a person to serve as president, the person must be a natural-born citizen of the United States, be at least 35 years old, and have been a United States resident for at least 14 years. The Twenty-second Amendment prevents anyone from being elected president more than twice.

Possible campaign topics change

Abortion change

The Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization decision in June 2022, which overturned the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision and permitted U.S. states to fully ban abortion for the first time in nearly 50 years, has made abortion a likely issue. In the 2024 election, the topic of abortion is expected to play a major role in the Republican Party.

Crime change

Due to more mass shootings in the United States, President Biden has advocated a ban of assault weapons. This is most likely a major campaign topic to play out in both parties.

Democratic Party change

Joe Biden is the current president, elected for his first term in office in the 2020 election, and has said he plans to run for a second term in 2024. He is the oldest president, at age 78, and would be 82 at the end of his first term and 86 at the end of his second term, if reelected.

 
President Joe Biden announced his re-election campaign on April 25, 2023

If Biden is reelected, he will be term limited by the Twenty-second amendment and cannot run for reelection to a third term in 2028.

During late 2021, as President Biden had low approval ratings in the polls, there was peculation that he would not run for reelection.[2] If this happened, Vice President Kamala Harris and Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg would be considered likely candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination, having both run for president in 2020.[3][4] However, Biden has said he has every intention of running for reelection.[5]

In March 2023, author and 2020 presidential candidate Marianne Williamson announced her presidential campaign, challenging Biden.[6] In April 2023, environmental lawyer Robert F. Kennedy Jr. announced his challenge to Biden, becoming the second Democratic challenger to Biden.[7] On April 25, 2023, President Joe Biden announced he was running for re-election with Vice President Kamala Harris as his running mate.[8]

In October 2023, Kennedy Jr. announced he would be withdrawing from the Democratic primary to run an Independent campaign for president.[9] A few weeks later, U.S. Representative from Minnesota Dean Phillips announced his candidacy on October 26, 2023.[10] Spiritual author Marianne Williamson ended her campaign on February 7, 2024.[11]

The Democratic National Convention will be held in Chicago, Illinois at the United Center between August 19 to August 22, 2024.[12][13]

Declared change

Name Born Experience Home state Campaign
Announcement date
Ref
 
Joe Biden
November 20, 1942
(age 81)
Scranton, Pennsylvania
46th President of the United States (2021–present)
47th Vice President of the United States (2009–2017)
U.S. Senator from Delaware (1973–2009)
 
Delaware
 
Campaign
April 25, 2023
FEC filing[14]
[8]
 
Dean Phillips
January 20, 1969
(age 55)
Saint Paul, Minnesota
U.S. Representative from MN-03
(2019–present)

CEO of Phillips Distilling Company
(2000–2012)
 
Minnesota
 
Campaign

October 26, 2023
FEC filing[15]
Website

[10]

Withdrew during the primaries change

The candidate in this section have suspended their campaigns, or have otherwise ceased campaigning and ended their bids for the nomination during the primary season.

Withdrawn major candidates for the 2024 Democratic Party presidential primaries
Name Born Experience Home state Campaign
announced
Campaign
suspended
Campaign Bound
delegates
Popular
vote
Ref.
 
Marianne Williamson
July 8, 1952
(age 71)
Houston, Texas
Author
Founder of Project Angel Food
Candidate for President in 2020
 
California
March 4, 2023 February 7, 2024  
Campaign
FEC filing[16]
Website
0
(0.0%)
11,849 (3.0%) [6][11]


Withdrew before the primaries change

The candidates in this section have suspended their campaigns, or have otherwise ceased campaigning and ended their bids for the nomination before any primary contests were held.

Withdrawn major candidates for the 2024 Democratic Party presidential primaries
Name Born Experience Home state Campaign
announced
Campaign
suspended
Campaign Ref.
 
Robert F.
Kennedy Jr.
January 17, 1954
(age 70)
Washington, D.C.
Environmental lawyer
Founder of Children's Health Defense
Founder of Waterkeeper Alliance
Anti-vaccine activist
 
California
April 19, 2023 October 9, 2023
(running as an independent)
 
Campaign
FEC filing[17][18]
Website
[19][9]

Other declared candidates change

The candidates in this section are otherwise notable, but have not met the criteria outlined above.

Republican Party change

Donald Trump was defeated by Joe Biden in 2020 and was impeached by the House of Representatives. He was found not guilty in his second impeachment in 2021 and is currently able to run again in the 2024. If he decides to run, he would be seeking to become the second president, after Grover Cleveland, to serve two non-consecutive terms, potentially making him both the 45th and 47th president of the United States.[23][24]

 
Former President Donald Trump announced his campaign on November 15, 2022

Although after the January 6 insurrection may have severely damaged his public opinion about him. House Democrats may use the Fourteenth Amendment to prevent Trump from being eligible to run again. If Trump succeeds and wins the republican nomination, he would be the first president since Richard Nixon to win his party's nomination three times in a row.

The last president to run after leaving office was Theodore Roosevelt, who came in second in the 1912 election as the candidate of the Progressive Party, although Herbert Hoover did seek the Republican nomination at national conventions after leaving office in 1933. On November 11, 2022, former Montana Secretary of State Corey Stapleton became the first Republican major candidate.[25]

On November 15, 2022, he officially announced his candidacy to a non consecutive term. On February 14, 2023, former Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley announced her candidacy. A week later, businessman Vivek Ramaswamy announced his campaign on February 21. On March 2, 2023, Michigan businessman and writer Perry Johnson announced his campaign after running ads during the Super Bowl in Iowa.[26]

In April 2023, former Governor of Arkansas Asa Hutchinson announced his campaign and so did Texas businessman and pastor Ryan Binkley,[27][28] while South Carolina U.S. Senator Tim Scott announced an exploratory committee for a possible presidential campaign.[29] Scott would file to run on May 19, 2023.[29] On April 20, conservative radio host and former 2021 California gubernatorial candidate Larry Elder announced his candidacy.[30] On May 24, Governor of Florida Ron DeSantis announced his candidacy.[31] Nearly two weeks later on Junt 5, former Vice President Mike Pence filed paperwork to run for president.[32] The following day, former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie announced his campaign at a town hall event in New Hampshire.[33] On June 7, Governor of North Dakota Doug Burgum announced his campaign.[34] A week later on June 14, Miami Mayor Francis X. Suarez filed to run for president.[35] On June 22, former Texas U.S. Representative Will Hurd announced his campaign.[36]

 
While mainly polling in second place until mid-October 2023, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley have been tied for second place

Following the first debate, Suarez withdrew from the election on August 29, after saying non-debate qualified candidates should withdraw from the race.[37] In early October 2023, Hurd and Stapleton withdrew from their candidacies with Hurd supporting Haley.[38][39] By the end of the month, Johnson and Elder suspended their campaigns and endorsed Trump,[40][41] whereas Pence dropped out without supporting anyone.[42] On November 12, Senator Tim Scott ended his campaign after having low polling numbers.[43] On December 4, Burgum ended his campaign after low polling numbers and failing to qualify for the last two debates.[44]

On January 10, 2024, a week before the Iowa caucus, former Governor Chris Christie ended his campaign, after Trump critics urged him to drop out to help Nikki Haley in the New Hampshire primary.[45] Following Trump's win in the Iowa caucus on January 15, 2024, Vivek Ramaswamy ended his campaign and endorsed Trump,[46] whereas former Governor Asa Hutchinson ended his campaign the following day and endorsed Healey.[47] On January 21, Governor Ron DeSantis ended his campaign and endorsed Trump.[48] On February 27, pastor Ryan Binkley ended his campaign and endorsed Trump.[49]

The Republican National Convention will be held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin at the Fiserv Forum between July 15 and July 18, 2024.[50][51] Other cities considered to host the convention included Salt Lake City, Kansas City, Nashville and Pittsburgh.[52]

Declared major candidates change

The candidates in this section have received substantial media coverage, hold or have held significant elected office, and/or have been included in at least five national polls.

Declared major candidates for the 2024 Republican Party presidential primaries
Name Born Experience Home state Campaign
Announcement date
Ref.
 
Donald Trump
June 14, 1946
(age 77)
Queens, New York
President of the United States
(2017–2021)

Chairman of The Trump Organization
(1971–2017)
 
Florida[a]
 
Campaign
November 15, 2022
FEC filing[53][54]
Website
[55]


Withdrew during the primaries change

The candidate in this section have suspended their campaigns, or have otherwise ceased campaigning and ended their bids for the nomination during the primary season.

Withdrawn major candidates for the 2024 Republican Party presidential primaries
Name Born Experience Home state Campaign
announced
Campaign
suspended
Campaign Ref.
 
Nikki Haley
January 20, 1972
(age 52)
Bamberg, South Carolina
Ambassador to the United Nations
(2017–2018)

Governor of South Carolina
(2011–2017)
South Carolina State Representative
(2005–2011)
 
South Carolina
February 14, 2023 March 6, 2024  
Campaign
February 14, 2023
FEC filing[56]
Website
[57][58]
 
Ryan Binkley
November 19, 1967
(age 56)
Columbus, Georgia
Co-founder and CEO of Generational Equity Group
(2006–present)

Co-founder and lead pastor of Create Church
(2014–present)
 
Texas
April 23, 2023 February 27, 2024
(endorsed Trump)
 
Campaign
FEC filing[59][60]
Website
[28][49]
 
Ron DeSantis
September 14, 1978
(age 45)
Jacksonville, Florida
Governor of Florida
(2019–present)

U.S. Representative from FL-06
(2013–2018)
 
Florida
May 24, 2023 January 21, 2024
(endorsed Trump)
 
Campaign
FEC filing[61][62][63]
Website
[31][48]
 
Asa Hutchinson
December 3, 1950
(age 73)
Bentonville, Arkansas
Governor of Arkansas
(2015–2023)

Under Secretary of Homeland Security
(2003–2005)
Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration
(2001–2003)
 
Arkansas
April 26, 2023 January 16, 2024
(endorsed Healey)
 
Campaign
FEC filing[64]
Website
[27][47]
 
Vivek Ramaswamy
August 9, 1985
(age 38)
Cincinnati, Ohio
Executive chairman of Strive Asset Management
(2022–2023)

CEO of Roivant Sciences
(2014–2021)
 
Ohio
February 21, 2023 January 15, 2024
(endorsed Trump)
 
Campaign
FEC filing[65][66]
Website
[67][46]


Withdrew before the primaries change

The candidates in this section have suspended their campaigns, or have otherwise ceased campaigning and ended their bids for the nomination before any primary contests were held.

Withdrawn major candidates for the 2024 Republican Party presidential primaries
Name Born Experience Home state Campaign
announced
Campaign
suspended
Campaign Ref.
 
Chris Christie
September 6, 1962
(age 61)
Newark, New Jersey
Governor of New Jersey
(2010–2018)

Candidate for president (2016)
U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey
(2002–2008)
 
New Jersey
June 6, 2023 January 10, 2024  
Campaign
FEC filing[68]
Website
[33][45]
 
Doug Burgum
August 1, 1956
(age 67)
Arthur, North Dakota
Governor of North Dakota
(2016–present)

Senior VP of Microsoft Business Solutions Group
(2002–2007)
President of Great Plains Software
(1984–2001)
 
North Dakota
June 7, 2023 December 4, 2023
(endorsed Trump)
 
Campaign
FEC filing[69]
Website
[34][44]
 
Tim Scott
September 19, 1965
(age 58)
North Charleston, South Carolina
U.S. Senator from South Carolina
(2013–present)

U.S. Representative from SC-01
(2011–2013)
South Carolina State Representative
(2009–2011)
  South Carolina May 19, 2023
Exploratory committee:
April 12, 2023
November 12, 2023
(endorsed Trump)
 
Campaign
FEC filing[70][71]
Website
[29][43]
 
Mike Pence
June 7, 1959
(age 64)
Columbus, Indiana
Vice President of the United States
(2017–2021)

Governor of Indiana
(2013–2017)
U.S. Representative from IN-06 (2003–2013)
U.S. Representative from IN-02 (2001–2003)
  Indiana June 5, 2023 October 28, 2023  
Campaign
FEC filing[72]
Website
[32][42]
 
Larry Elder
April 27, 1952
(age 71)
Los Angeles, California
Host of The Larry Elder Show
(1993–2022)

Candidate for Governor of California in the 2021 recall election
  California April 20, 2023 October 26, 2023
(endorsed Trump)
 
Campaign
FEC filing[73]
Website
[74][41]
 
Perry Johnson
January 23, 1948
(age 75)
Dolton, Illinois
Founder of Perry Johnson Registrars, Inc.
(1994–present)

Disqualified candidate for Governor of Michigan in 2022
  Michigan March 2, 2023 October 20, 2023
(endorsed Trump)
 
Campaign
FEC filing[75]
Website
[76][40][77]
 
Corey Stapleton
September 17, 1967
(age 56)
Seattle, Washington
Montana Secretary of State
(2017–2021)

Montana State Senator
(2001–2009)
  Montana November 11, 2022
Exploratory committee:
March 10, 2022
October 13, 2023  
Campaign
FEC filing[78]
Website
[79][80][39]
 
Will Hurd
August 19, 1977
(age 46)
San Antonio, Texas
U.S. Representative from TX-23
(2015–2021)
  Texas June 22, 2023 October 9, 2023
(endorsed Haley)
 
Campaign
FEC filing[81]
Website
[36][38]
 
Francis Suarez
October 6, 1977
(age 45)
Miami, Florida
Mayor of Miami
(2017–present)

Member of the Miami City Commission (2009–2017)
  Florida June 14, 2023 August 29, 2023  
Campaign
FEC filing[82]
Website Archived 2023-08-22 at the Wayback Machine[b]
[35][37]


Other notable individuals who were not considered major candidates and who withdrew from the race before the beginning of the primary season include:

Independents, other third parties, or party unknown change

Notable declared candidates change

The following individuals have declared their intent to run for president.

Independents change

Declared prominent independent candidates change
Name Born Experience Home state Campaign
Announcement date
Campaign Ref
 
Robert F.
Kennedy Jr.
January 17, 1954
(age 70)
Washington, D.C.
Environmental lawyer
Founder of Children's Health Defense
Founder of Waterkeeper Alliance
  California April 19, 2023
(as a Democrat)
October 9, 2023
(as an independent)
 
Campaign
FEC filing[85][86][87]
Website
[88][89]
 
Cornel West
June 2, 1953
(age 70)
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Academic and activist   California June 5, 2023
(for the People's Party)
June 14, 2023
(for the Green Party)
October 5, 2023
(as an independent)
 
Campaign
FEC filing[90][91][92]
Website
[93]
Other candidates change

Libertarian Party change

Green Party change

Potential candidates change

Declined to be candidates change

Notes change

  1. Trump's original state of residence was New York, but that changed when he moved to Mar-a-Lago in 2019.
  2. Archived August 23, 2023, at the Wayback Machine
  3. Ayyadurai is not eligible to serve as president as he is not a natural-born citizen, but he claims he can run for office.

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