The 2024 Presidential Election was held on November 5, 2024. This was the first election where more that two parties debated on stage and were counted towards the electoral college. The election was between the Social Democratic ticket of President Tulsi Gabbard and Vice-President Tim Canova, the Libertarian ticket of US Senator of Nebraska Ben Sasse and Governor of Kentucky Rand Paul, the Democratic Ticket of US Senator of Connecticut Chris Murphy and US Senator of New Jersey Cory Booker, and the Republican Ticket of former US Senator of Iowa and Secretary of Defense Joni Ernst and former US Representative of Arizona and Secretary of Veteran Affairs Martha McSally.
The main topics of the election were the Medicare for all: public option act, 4 year college tuition, student debt, homelessness, housing, and childcare. With Gabbards popularity with the American people from every political party, Sasse's policies being too radical, Murphy being weak on many things (especially economic and foreign policy), and Ernst having no charisma, Gabbard easily won re-election in another landslide.
Tulsi Gabbard, President of the United States
Ben Sasse, US Senator of Nebraska Winner
Justin Amash, US Senator of Michigan
Adam Kokesh, US Representative of New Mexico
Chris Murphy, US Senator of Connecticut, Winner
Ruben Gallego, US Senator of Arizona
Tim Kaine, US Senator of Virginia
Chelsea Clinton, US Representative of New York
Joni Ernst, former US Senator of Iowa and Secretary of Defense
Ron Desantis, Governor of Florida
Michael Wilton, Businessman from Nevada