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United States presidential election, 2024
November 2, 2024
Nominee Jeb Bush Julian Castro
Party Republican Democratic
Home state Florida Texas
Running mate Susana Martinez Cory Booker
Electoral vote 342 194
States carried 30 20
Percentage 55% 40%

The 2024 US presidential election is the 60th quadrennial presidential election. The incumbent President Jeb Bush is seeking reelection. His opponent is Julian Castro.


After defeating then incumbent President Hillary Clintion for reelection Bush makes good on his promise to restore the economy and puts a tax hike on the super rich.In 2022 he signs a european jobs and trade deal that grows the economy and creates more jobs. For the first time since the 90s the U.S had a surplus. He fought hard for a national voucher program. He works with the people of Syria to establish democracy in early 2024 he has an approval rating of 58%.

Democratic Candidates

  • Julian Castro, U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development 2014 to 2020(Nominee)
  • Andrew Cuomo, Governor of New York from 2011 to 2019
  • Deval Patrick, Governor of Massachussetts from 2007 to 2015


Julian Castro is the clear favorite to win the Democratic nomination. His opponents are Andrew Cuomo, former Governor of New York and Deval Pätrick, former Governor of Massachusetts. He attacks his opponents by saying they stand no chance against President Jeb Bush. He wins the nomination of the Democratic Party and selects Cory Booker as his running mate.

Republican Candidates

  • Jeb Bush, President Of The United states since 2021 (Nominee)


With no opponent Bush wins all delegates and all states


The 2 fought hard from June to November. Bush attacks Castro on lacking experience to be President and touts his presidential accomplishments and promise to to make foreign policy at the top of his list in the next term.Castro attacks Bush for not having any major foreign policy accomplishments and says he will be an innovate president. On November 2, Bush is reelected in a 15% landslide. On January 20,2025 President Bush and Vice President Martinez are sworn in to office.