Assuming no one drops out between now and the May primary, there could be seven Democrats on the ballot for President.
Today was the last day to file petition signatures to get on the ballot. Candidates had to have at least 4500 signatures of registered voters; 500 from each Congressional District.
Although they still need to be verified here is the list of candidates who have met the 4500-threshold so far.
- Joe Biden – 6087
- Pete Buttigieg – 8377
- Amy Klobuchar – 5395
- Bernie Sanders – 6718
- Tom Styer – 6201
- Elizabeth Warren – 6445
The following candidates were falling short of the required signatures as of 2:15 p.m. today.
- Micheal Bennet – 521
- Micheal Bloomberg – 4406
- Tulsi Gabbard – 3471
- Andrew Yang – 4826
President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign has turned in more than 9,000 signatures.
In the race for Governor, as of this afternoon, Wood Myers campaign has turned in 1566 signatures and Josh Owens’ campaign has turned in 2698. They have until February 4 at noon to meet the signature deadline. Governor Eric Holcomb submitted more than 9000 signatures last week.
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