Here’s who’s on the Massachusetts ballots for the 2020 presidential primaries

Super Tuesday is on March 3.

Voters cast their ballots at St. George Orthodox Church of Boston in West Roxbury on Nov. 5, 2019. Jonathan Wiggs / The Boston Globe, File

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The 2020 presidential primaries are coming to Massachusetts.

Early voting kicked off across the commonwealth Monday, just ahead of next week’s Super Tuesday, when 14 states, including the Bay State, will hold their elections, American Samoa will hold its Democratic caucus, and Democrats living abroad will start to send in their ballots.

Here in Massachusetts, voters enrolled in a political party are only allowed to vote for candidates running in that party’s primary. Independent voters, however, may choose which primary they want to vote in when they arrive at their polling place.

This year, voters in each of the four party elections will have several candidates to choose from in both the presidential primaries and for state party committee offices.


Here’s who’s on the ballot in Massachusetts for the presidential primaries, according to the Secretary of State’s office:

Democratic candidates

Deval Patrick
Amy Klobuchar
Elizabeth Warren
Michael Bennet
Michael R. Bloomberg
Tulsi Gabbard
Cory Booker
Julián Castro
Tom Steyer
Bernie Sanders
Joseph R. Biden
John K. Delaney
Andrew Yang
Pete Buttigieg
Marianne Williamson

Republican candidates

William F. Weld
Joe Walsh
Donald J. Trump
Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente

Green-Rainbow candidates

Dario Hunter
Sedinam Kinamo Christin Moyowasifza-Curry
Kent Mesplay
Howard Hawkins

Libertarian candidates

Arvin Vohra
Vermin Love Supreme
Jacob George Hornberger
Samuel Joseph Robb
Dan Taxation Is Theft Behrman
Kimberly Margaret Ruff
Kenneth Reed Armstrong
Adam Kokesh
Jo Jorgensen
Max Abramson


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