|United States presidential election, 2036|
|November 9, 2036|
|Nominee||Jon Huntsman||Cory Booker|
|Home state||Utah||New Jersey|
|Running mate||George P. Bush||Beau Biden|
|States carried||36 + D.C.||15|
|Percentage||56 %||44 %|
The 2036 US Presidential election is scheduled on November 9th 2036. This contest is between the Republican incumbent President Jon Huntsman and the Democratic nominee Cory Booker.
Republican Presidential primaries
- Jon Huntsman, President of the United States since 2033 (Nominee)
President Jon Huntsman meets no real opposition to win the Republican nomination, so he can focus early on Presidential campaign and early make ads against his Democratic opponents. The Republican National Convention is located in Detroit, Michigan.
Jon Huntsman - 2283 delegates, 51 states + D.C., 99, 3 % of the popular vote
Democratic Presidential primaries
- Cory Booker, Senator of New Jersey since 2013, Presidential candidate in 2032 (Nominee)
- Kamala Harris, Attorney General of California from 2011 to 2019, 2028 Vice-Presidential nominee
- Beau Biden, U.S. Senator from Delaware since 2026, Attorney General of Delaware from 2007 to 2015, 2028 Presidential candidate
Cory Booker - 37 states + D.C., 2916 delegates, 60 % of the popular vote
Kamala Harris - 11 states, 842 delegates, 29 % of the popular vote
Beau Biden - 3 states, 140 delegates, 11 % of the popular vote
The election is scheduled on November 9th 2028. President Huntsman is re-elected, defeating Cory Booker with 386 great electors, 36 states and 56 % of the popular vote against 152 great electors, 15 states and 44 % for Harris. Jon Huntsman is inaugurated for a second term on January 20th 2037.