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Republicans who are running: Mark Sanford - Former Governor from South Carolina Donald Trump - US President Joe Walsh - Radio Host, Former US Representative from Illinois Bill Weld - Former Governor from Massachusetts, Former VP Candidate on 2016 Libertarian Ticket Democrats who are running: Michael Bennet - U.S. Senator from Colorado Joe Biden - Former Vice President of the United States Cory Booker - US Senator from New Jersey Steve Bullock - Governor of Montana Pete Buttigieg - Mayor of South Bend Julián Castro - Former mayor of San Antonio and Former Secretary of House and Urban Development under Obama John Delaney - Former US Representative of Maryland's 6th District Tulsi Gabbard - US Representative from Hawaii's 2nd District Kamala Harris - US Senator from California Amy Klobuchar - US Senator from Minnesota Wayne Messam - Mayor from Miramar, Florida Beto O'Rourke - Former US Representative from Texas Tim Ryan - US Representative from Ohio Bernie Sanders - US Senator from Vermont Joe Sestak - Former U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania Tom Steyer - Billionaire Hedge Fund Manager Elizabeth Warren - US Senator from Massachusetts Marianne Williamson - Activist Andrew Yang - Entrepreneur and founder of Venture for America DROPPED OUT Bill de Blasio - Mayor of New York City Kirsten Gillibrand - US Senator from New York Mike Gravel - Former Senator from Alaska John Hickenlooper - Former Governor of Colorado Jay Inslee - Governor of Washington Seth Moulton - US Representative from Massachusetts Richard Ojeda - Former State Senator from West Virginia Eric Swalwell - U.S. Representative from California Original post: https://www.politico.com/story/2018/12/02/kamala-harris-2020-elections-1037160
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/11/us/politics/dnc-milwaukee-2020.html? Before 2016, the last time a Democrat lost Wisconsin in a presidential election was 1984 when Reagan swept 49 states. Wisconsin was VEERRRYYYY close in 2000 and 2004, however, with Democrats winning by 0.22% in 2000 and 0.38% in 2004 (the closest of all swing states that year).