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2019 Presidential Election Season 20Edit

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Mock Election Presidential Election, Season 20
Season 19 January 19, 2019 Season 21

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Nominee Maleek Diaz Jakob Tawney
Party Republican Democrat
Home State California Washintom
Running Mate Ivor Mestrovíc Evan Hunt
States Carried 39 9 +DC

Percentage

62.34%

418 Electors

19.48%

100 Electors


The Season 20 presidential election is scheduled to be held on the 19th of January 2019. The new president will be inaugurated on the 26th of January 2019.

The election will be concurrent with the January Class II senate elections

ContentsEdit

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  1. Democrats
    1. Declared
    2. Potential
    3. Declined
  2. Republicans
    1. Declared
    2. Potential
  3. Liberal Democrats
    1. Declared
    2. Potential
    3. Withdrew
  4. Independents
    1. Potential
    2. Declined
  5. Libertarians
    1. Declared
    2. Potential

Background EditEdit

The incumbent President Adam Evans is barred from running for a third term joining former presidents Uberfeld, Fitzgerald, Kirkman, and Kelly in being term limited. Adam Evans was reelected winning by a margin of three votes in what was considered to be the most dramatic election ever.

Democrats EditEdit

Declared EditEdit

  • Jackson Hitchcock, Former Representative from Michigan (Defeated)
  • Jakob Tawney, U.S Representative from Washington (Nominee)

Potential EditEdit

  • Mark Kennedy Gallagher, U.S Congressman, from Michigan
  • Griffin Bates, incumbent Vice President, from Pennsylvania
  • Andrew Dominguez, former Senator, Secretary of Commerce and Labor, from Arizona
  • Terrell McCann, U.S Senator, three-time Vice Presidential Nominee, from Pennsylvania
  • Sam Martinez, U.S Congressman, two-time Presidential Nominee, from California
  • Easton Wilkins, former Congressman, Attorney General, from Missouri

Declined EditEdit

  • Rickey Adams, former Senator and Speaker of the House from Kansas
  • Rick Hammond, former Representative from Virginia
  • Ivor M, Secretary of State, from Colorado

Republicans EditEdit

Declared EditEdit

  • Sawyer Cunningham, former Senator, from Florida
  • Maleek Diaz, Speaker of the House, one-time Vice Presidential Nomine, from California (Nominee)

Potential EditEdit

  • Ryan Servis, former Senator, two-time Presidential Nominee, from Michigan
  • Aaron Stemann, former Senator, one-time Presidential Candidate, from South Carolina

Liberal Democrats EditEdit

Declared EditEdit

  • Maleek Diaz, Speaker of the House, one-time Vice Presidential Nominee, from Arkansas (Nominee)

Potential EditEdit

Withdrew EditEdit

Independents EditEdit

Declared

Potential EditEdit

  • Griffin Bates, incumbent Vice President, former Senator, from Pennsylvania
  • Easton Wilkins, former Congressman, Attorney General, from Missouri

Declined EditEdit

  • Trey Cranfield, U.S Senator, President pro tempore, former President, from Indiana

Libertarians EditEdit

Declared EditEdit

  • None

Potential EditEdit

  • Mish Fox, Former Representative of District Two, Current Libertarian Party Chairman, Former candidate for President and Vice President, From Idaho
  • Landen Shuey, Former Senator, Former Libertarian Party Chairman, From Colorado
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