Despite losing the popular vote to Hillary Clinton by nearly three million votes, Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election with 304 electoral votes, compared to Clinton’s 227. The final tally saw Trump / Pence ticket earn 62,984,828 popular votes (46.1%) compared to Clinton / Kaine team’s 65,853,514 (48.2%) votes. Gary Johnson and Jill Stein earned 4,489,341 (3.3%) and 1,457,318 (1.1%) respectively.
The 2020 is sure to be hotly contested, with incumbent Trump as the obvious candidate to lead the Republican ticket, while a number of Democrats are going to duke it odd for the Democratic nod. Top contenders include former Vice President, Joe Biden, Senators Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris and Bernie Sanders, along with South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg among many others. Is there any chance another Republican, like Mitt Romney or John Kasich could step up and challenge Trump for the nomination?
So, what do you think? Will Trump repeat in 2020 or will one of the 20+ Democrats looking to run against him win this time around?
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