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  1. Howie Hawkins became the presumptive nominee of the Green Party on June 21, 2020, and was officially nominated by the party on July 11, 2020. Hawkins secured ballot access in 29 states and the District of Columbia, representing 381 electoral votes, and write-in access in 16 more states, representing 130 electoral votes.

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  2. Voice of America reported in April 2020 that "U.S. intelligence agencies concluded the Chinese hackers meddled in both the 2016 and 2018 elections." In July 2021, the US federal prosecutors accused Trump's former adviser Tom Barrack for being an unregistered foreign lobbying agent for the United Arab Emirates during the 2016 Presidential ...

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  4. Candidates who are on the ballot in a minimum of fifteen states. As of June 8, 2020, former Vice President Joe Biden became the presumptive presidential nominee by amassing enough delegates to secure the nomination. The nomination was made official at the 2020 Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin .

  5. Steve Burke of New York, on the ballot in New Hampshire and Louisiana, [2] [15] [25] received 4,892 votes. Henry Hewes of New York, on the ballot in Louisiana, [15] New Hampshire, Arizona, and Missouri, [2] [26] [27] [28] received 3,319 votes. Jon Adams of New York [29] is on the ballot in Missouri and New Hampshire, received 486 votes.

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  6. Hillary Clinton. October 26, 1947. (age 60) Chicago, Illinois. First Lady of the United States (1993–2001) U.S. Senator from New York (2001–2009) New York. 23.

  7. This article lists third-party and independent candidates, also jointly known as minor candidates, associated with the 2020 United States presidential election. " Third party " is a term commonly used in the United States in reference to political parties other than the Democratic and Republican parties.

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