The list of potential candidates for the 2020 presidential election has continued to grow.
Democrats have all started lining up to take their shot at going up against President Donald Trump for a White House bid.
Here’s a list of 10 potential candidates that have been dedicated to voicing their opposition against Trump and his administration —
#1 Sen. Bernie Sanders
Speculations have been running wild that Sanders met with officials in January to discuss a potential run. Although, he has denied these allegations, and has said that he wants to focus on his 2018 reelection. Still, this liberal has not turned down any opportunity to challenge Trump.
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#2 Rep. John Delaney
Delaney is retiring from Congress ans launched his official presidential campaign in July of 2017. He sponsored his first ad in Iowa, the state that holds the first presidential caucuses.
#3 Rep. Luis Gutierrez
Guitierrez is also retiring from Congress. Reports have lingered about him exploring options for a presidential run. This liberal has even backed efforts to try and get Trump impeached.
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#4 Former Secretary of State John Kerry
Kerry has shined away from the spotlight since leaving his post, but reports has started circling that he in fact considering another presidential bid.
#5 Former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe
This snowflake is a close Clinton pal. As a former chairman of the Democratic National Committee, she would easily be able to draw on a large fundraising network.
#6 New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio
Following his reelection last year, de Blasio started speculation in Iowa that he is considering a potential bid. He has denied that he will run for president, but has not cut down rumors completely due to his strong opposition of Trump.
#7 New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo
Cuomo first made a name for himself by opposing Trump’s tax overhaul, and since then has been eyeing a potential presidential run in 2020.
#8 Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban
This “Shark Tank” star announced last year that there was a 10 percent chance that he would be running for president.
#9 Starbucks Executive Chairman Howard Schultz
After stepping down as the CEO of the famous coffee franchise, stories began circulating that he was considering a 2020 run.
#10 Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson
The wrestling star expressed last year that he was “seriously considering” running for office, but that 2020 was a more “realistic” option for him.
–Kylie Handler is a news editor for The Horn News