Candidates for the 60th presidential election in US history on November 5, 2024 are rapidly emerging, and the 2024 election is fast approaching.
President Joe Biden announced in April that he would run for re-election in 2024, urging voters to “get the job done” and slamming Democrats such as writer Marianne Williamson and attorney Robert F. Kennedy Jr. You will face your competitors.
The Democratic nominations are slim, but the Republican nominees are sizable, including former President Donald Trump, who is planning to return to the White House.
Below is a list of the official candidates for president in 2024.
President Joe Biden officially launched his re-election campaign on April 25. In his first public appearance since his announcement, he outlined plans to tackle his role as president and presidential candidate.
Biden, who has more than 50 years of experience in Washington, is turning 81 later this year, raising concerns about his age.
“I said we were in a battle for the soul of America, and we are still,” Biden said. It’s either more or less rights,” he said.
He also urged voters to give him another chance to fulfill the promises he failed to make in his first campaign.
Self-help author Marianne Williamson was the first Democrat to formally challenge President Joe Biden for the 2024 nomination.
The 70-year-old announced her presidential campaign on March 4, emphasizing calls for spiritual healing rather than actual voter support.
Williamson, whose slogans are “new beginnings” and “breaking the system,” said he plans to campaign in early voting states in the 2024 election calendar.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. announced his candidacy for president on April 19 at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel.
Kennedy, 69, the son of the late Senator Robert F. Kennedy, is known for his health-related conspiracy theories and anti-vaccine advocacy, and his stance has drawn controversy among health officials and some family members. Controversial.
Here is the list of candidates who have officially joined the 2024 Republican election campaign.
Former President Donald Trump begins his 2024 election campaign in the chandelier ballroom at the Mar-a-Lago Country Club in Palm Beach, Florida, November 15, 2022.
Trump, who has been impeached twice, faces felony and misdemeanor charges, making him the first commander-in-chief in U.S. history to face criminal charges.
He admitted that he would remain in the 2024 presidential election even if criminal charges were filed, regardless of the ongoing investigation.
Former Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson announced her candidacy for president on April 2, saying her experiences, messages and hopes for the future resonate with Americans.
Hutchinson, 72, resigned in January after eight years as governor and also served as president. George W. Bush’s He was Director of the Drug Enforcement Administration and served as Undersecretary of Homeland Security.
Conservative talk radio host Larry Elder, known for the failure of recall activities in California in 2021, announced on April 20 that he would run for the Republican presidential nomination.
Elder, 70, made the announcement on Fox News, tweeting, “America is in decline, but this decline is inevitable.” He added, “We can enter a new golden age for America, but we must choose a leader who will take us there. That’s why I’m running for president.”
Elder has criticized the Democratic Party’s “awakened” policies that black lives matter and the concept of systemic racism, a position that conflicts with many other blacks.
The former South Carolina governor and United Nations ambassador announced her candidacy on February 14, becoming the first major challenger to former President Donald Trump for the Republican nomination.
The former Trump administration said two years ago that he would not challenge his former boss in the 2024 White House election, but announced in a video that he had changed his mind.
If elected, Haley would be the first female president of the United States and the first Indian president of the United States.
Republican businessman Perry Johnson announced his candidacy for president to a group of supporters on March 3.
Johnson was considered the Republican frontrunner for the 2022 Michigan gubernatorial race until he was disqualified along with four other Republican candidates for invalid signatures.
Johnson was prepared to spend millions of dollars campaigning for governor, but claimed his rights were violated in the process.
Former biotech entrepreneur, author and conservative political commentator Vivek Ramaswamy announced his candidacy on March 10.
One source said he received only 1% of the support. CPAC straw vote.
South Carolina Republican Senator Tim Scott announced his candidacy for president on May 22 at his alma mater, Charleston Southern University.
Scott, 57, first joined Congress in 2009 and remains the only black Republican in the U.S. Senate to date.
Scott’s campaign said he had about $22 million in funding for his candidacy.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced his candidacy on May 24 during a conversation with Twitter CEO Elon Musk at a Twitter Spaces virtual event.
He then posted a video on Twitter formally kicking off his campaign that included criticism of President Joe Biden, adding that he wanted to lead a “great American comeback.”
DeSantis, 44, has emerged as a national star in Republican politics as an unapologetic leader on controversial issues like abortion and immigration.
other potential candidates
New Hampshire Governor Chris Snunu, former Vice President Mike Pence, and President Trump’s National Security Advisor John Bolton.