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Election 2020: 2020 Presidential Election

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2020 Presidential Election

The United States will hold its 59th presidential election on November 3, 2020. A number of candidates from both parties will be campaigning over the coming months, hoping to secure their party's nomination during the primary elections. Presidential Candidates 2020, eight notable elected officials and public figures—five Democrats and three Republicans—are running for president. Ballotpedia keeps a running list of people who have declared their candidacy for each party and provides information on presidential candidates and primaries for the 2020 election year.


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Democratic Candidates

Current Polling Data

Republican Candidates

Investigate and Fact check Candidate

Demos Election:  Organization working for an America In our democracy and an equal chance in our economy.

FactCheck.org: A nonpartisan, nonprofit “consumer advocate” for voter that aims to reduce confusion in U.S. politics.

GovTrack: Track Federal legislation, voting records, bill status and speeches on the floor.

Politifact: Non profit new organization and winner of Pulitzer Prize, dedicated to fact-checking.

Proportional Representation Library: Articles by scholars, activists, and an extensive bibliography.

OpenSecrets.org: Non-partisan resource from the Center of Responsive Politics on money's influence on U.S. elections and public policymaking, search by race, candidate and more.

Vote Smart: Provide factual and unbiased information on candidate's history, speeches and positions, compiled by a non-profit and non-partisan organization.

‚ÄčElectionLine: Non-partisan organization providing news and analysis on election reform, information on the Help America Vote Act (HAVA) and interactive map lets one see numbers of registered voters, voting age population, voting system used etc.

FairVote: A non-profit organization that studies how voting systems affect participation, representation and governance. Information on proportional representation, redistricting and voter rights.

MassVote: MassVote provides information on Massachusetts voter registration, absentee voting, voting rights, and information for new voters.

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