The 2020 Presidential Election was held on November 3, 2020 between the Democratic Ticket of Hawaii Representative Tulsi Gabbard and Florida Representative and House Speaker Tim Canova and the Republican Ticket of former Wisconsin Representative and House Speaker Paul Ryan and Lieutenant Governor of Florida Marco Rubio.
The main topics of the election were war, healthcare, climate change, campaign finance, electoral reform, and infrastructure. Due to Ryan's corruption, weakness, and flip flopping Gabbard easily won in a landslide making her the first female, first Hindu, and youngest President to ever be elected.
The primaries were divided by new deal/social democrats and moderate/centre-left democrats. With Hillary Clinton losing in 2016, people were desperate for an outsider who would be willing to make real progressive change in America.
Tulsi Gabbard, US Representative of Hawaii Winner
Kamala Harris, US Senator of California
Pete Buttigieg, Mayor of South Blend, Indiana
Julian Castro, former Mayor of San Antonio, Texas and Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
Due to bad approval ratings and the demands of the President job, Ted Cruz decided not to seek a second term. Most of the republicans who ran were moderate/centre-right republicans because many people criticized President Cruz for being too conservative. So many republican voters wanted someone not too far right.
Paul Ryan, former US Representative of Wisconsin and House Speaker Winner
John Kasich, former Governor of Ohio
Bill Weld, former Governor of Massachusetts and 2016 Libertarian Vice-Presidential candidate
Joni Ernst, former US Senator of Iowa and Secretary of Defense
Martha McSally, former US Representative of Arizona and Secretary of Veteran Affairs