Trying to find out who is running for President in 2016? Then you came to the right place. There are a host of Republican and Democratic candidates hoping to win the White House in 2016. Here is a list which we try to update as each candidate’s status changes. Click the candidate’s name for detailed information including websites, social media links, and pictures.

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GOP Republican Party (Collapse)

Formed Exploratory Committee
Jeb BushFormer Governor of Florida
Likely Candidates
Mitt RomneyFormer Governor of Massachusetts
Rand PaulUS Senator from Kentucky
Ted CruzUS Senator from Texas
Bobby JindalGovernor of Louisiana
Chris ChristieGovernor of New Jersey
Marco RubioUS Senator from Florida
Rick SantorumFormer US Senator from Pennsylvannia
Mike HuckabeeFormer Governor of Arkansas
Ben CarsonFormer director of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital
Rick PerryFormer Governor of Texas
Scott WalkerGovernor of Wisconsin
Possible Candidates
Sarah PalinFormer Governor of Alaska, Former Vice Presidential Candidate
Steve KingUS Representative from Iowa's 4th CD
Peter KingUS Representative from New York's 2nd CD
Michele BachmannFormer US Representative from Minnesota's 6th CD
Susana MartinezGovernor of New Mexico
Rick SnyderGovernor of Michigan
John KasichGovernor of Ohio
Not Running
Paul RyanUS Representative from Wisconsin's 1st CD

democratic-party-logo-the-donkey-picture[1] Democratic Party (Collapse)

Formed Exploratory Committee
Jim WebbFormer US Senator from Virginia
Likely Candidates
Hillary ClintonFormer First-Lady of the United States, former US Senator from New York, former US Secretary of State
Joe BidenFormer US Senator from Delaware, current Vice President of the United States
Possible Candidates
Elizabeth WarrenUS Senator from Massachusetts
Andrew CuomoGovernor of New York
Howard DeanFormer Governor of Vermont
Mark WarnerUS Senator from Virginia
Martin O'MalleyFormer Governor of Maryland
Deval PatrickFormer Governor of Massachusetts
Jerry BrownGovernor of California
Bernie SandersFormer US Senator from Vermont


Jesse Ventura-Former Minnesota Governor
Gary JohnsonLibertarianFormer New Mexico Governor