Mr. Biden made his "intention" to run for reelection official on April 25 with the release of a video announcing "Let's finish this job."


Trump was the first contender to publicly declare his candidature for president in 2024, commencing his campaign in a November address from his South Florida club, Mar-a-Lago.


Nikki Haley

Haley, the former governor of South Carolina and Trump's ambassador to the United Nations entered the Republican presidential nomination campaign in mid-February, becoming Trump's first opponent.


Vivek Ramaswamy

Ramaswamy, a former biotech executive, is seen as a longshot for the Republican nomination, although he is just the third Republican to enter the campaign so far.


Larry Elder

Laurence Allen Elder is a conservative talk radio broadcaster and political analyst from the United States. Elder is the host of The Larry Elder Show, which is situated in California.


Asa Hutchinson

Hutchinson, the former governor of Arkansas, became the fourth Republican to declare his candidature for president in 2024 on April 2.


Marianne Williamson

Williamson is the first Democrat to publicly launch her candidature, amid signs that the president would seek re-election.


Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is an anti-vaccine activist and the scion of one of the country's most recognized political dynasties. On April 5, he submitted a statement of candidature to the Federal Election Commission.


Ron DeSantis

Though he hasn't publicly declared a presidential run, Florida's governor is widely seen as Trump's main competitor. DeSantis is in his second term as governor, and he has received national attention for his COVID-19 policies and embracing of the culture wars during his tenure in Tallahassee.


Mike Pence

The former vice president and Indiana governor has hinted at a presidential run and stated that he will make a decision on his political future by the spring. Pence, on the other hand, has stated that the GOP should move on from Trump.


Tim Scott

In April, South Carolina Senator Tim Scott formally announced an exploratory committee for a presidential run in 2024, vowing in a video that he will "never back down in defense of the conservative values that make America exceptional." And it is for this reason that I am declaring my exploratory committee for President of the United States."


Chris Sununu

Sununu, the governor of New Hampshire, has been outspoken in his criticism of Trump, and he gave a preview of his appeal to voters in an appearance with "Face the Nation" last month, in which he championed a "New Hampshire model" of leadership.


Glenn Youngkin

There has been talk over whether Virginia Governor Mark Youngkin may run for President in 2024. Youngkin said "no" when asked if he will return to the campaign trail this year during an event organized by the Milken Institute.