I Ran for Presidential Nomination in 2020

Historical Presidents

Major party candidates who officially declared they were running for President of the United States in 2020. Missing: Steve Bullock

Vote Ranking  

1

Marianne Williamson

Religious Figure

100% (25 of 25 votes)

2

Wayne Messam

Mayor

75.00% (18 of 24 votes)

3

William Weld

U.S. Governor

73.68% (14 of 19 votes)

4

Pete Buttigieg

Mayor

63.74% (290 of 455 votes)

5

Amy Klobuchar

U.S. Senator

63.64% (98 of 154 votes)

6

Elizabeth Warren

U.S. Senator

62.39% (287 of 460 votes)

7

Beto O'Rourke

Politician

62.07% (432 of 696 votes)

8

Bernie Sanders

Politician

61.71% (303 of 491 votes)

9

Seth Moulton

U.S. Congressman

61.70% (87 of 141 votes)

10

Eric Swalwell

U.S. Congressman

60.33% (257 of 426 votes)

11

Tim Ryan

U.S. Congressman

60.0% (114 of 190 votes)

12

Kanye West

Vocalist

59.06% (1395 of 2362 votes)

13

Andrew Yang

Entrepreneur

58.78% (77 of 131 votes)

14

Michael Bloomberg

Entrepreneur

58.59% (116 of 198 votes)

15

Michael Bennet

U.S. Senator

58.54% (24 of 41 votes)

16

Julian Castro

Mayor

58.49% (62 of 106 votes)

17

Jay Inslee

U.S. Governor

58.33% (42 of 72 votes)

18

Mike Gravel

U.S. Senator

57.14% (12 of 21 votes)

19

Joe Walsh (Politician)

U.S. Congressman

56.83% (104 of 183 votes)

20

Mark Sanford

U.S. Governor

56.67% (34 of 60 votes)

21

Jo Jorgensen

Politician

56.25% (9 of 16 votes)

22

Donald Trump

U.S. President

55.82% (6673 of 11954 votes)

23

Tom Steyer

Entrepreneur

55.34% (114 of 206 votes)

24

Joe Sestak

U.S. Congressman

54.05% (20 of 37 votes)

25

John Hickenlooper

U.S. Senator

53.33% (24 of 45 votes)

26

John Delaney

Politician

53.12% (17 of 32 votes)

27

Deval Patrick

U.S. Governor

52.94% (198 of 374 votes)

28

Tulsi Gabbard

U.S. Congressman

49.11% (277 of 564 votes)

29

Joe Biden

U.S. President

46.84% (13814 of 29491 votes)

30

Cory Booker

U.S. Senator

46.73% (1142 of 2444 votes)

31

Bill de Blasio

Mayor

45.94% (2195 of 4778 votes)

32

Kirsten Gillibrand

U.S. Senator

45.22% (1410 of 3118 votes)

33

Kamala Harris

U.S. Vice President

44.33% (7345 of 16568 votes)