2020 US flag 51 stars.svg 2028
United States presidential election, 2024
November 4, 2024
Turnout 54.5%
Scottwalker Gavin-Newsom Austin Petersen
Nominee Scott Walker Gavin Newsom Austin Petersen
Party Republican Democratic Libertarian
Home state Wisconsin California Mississippi
Running mate Ted Cruz Wendy Davis Jay Leno
Nominee Adam Putnam
Party American Party

Home state Florida
Running mate Adam Kinzinger
President before election
Scott Walker
Elected President
Scott Walker

The United States presidential election of 2024 was the 60th quadrennial United States presidential election. It was held on Monday, November 4, 2024. Republican Party candidate and incumbent President Scott Walker defeated Democratic Party candidate and California Governor Gavin Newsom; Libertarian Party candidate and Mississippi Congressman Austin Petersen; and American Party candidate and Florida Governor Adam Putnam.

Walker profited from a strong economy as well as the success of Operation Nightfall.

This election featured the first time Puerto Rico was granted voting rights in a presidential election, having been given statehood in 2019.


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Red denotes a Cruz win, and blue denotes a Gillibrand win