Friday, February 23, 2007

Vilsack Leaves 24

Vilsack's Withdrawal leaves 24 prospective 2008 presidential candidates.


Potential Republican 2008 Presidential Candidates:


  1. Kansas Senator Samuel D. "Sam" Brownback

  2. Illinois attorney John H. Cox

  3. Former Virginia Republican Governor, Jim Gilmore

  4. Former US House Speaker and Georgia Congressman, Newton L. "Newt" Gingrich

  5. Former New York City Mayor Rudolph W. "Rudy" Giuliani

  6. Nebraska Senator Charles T. "Chuck" Hagel

  7. Former Arkansas Governor Michael D. "Mike" Huckabee

  8. California Congressman Duncan L. Hunter

  9. Arizona Senator John S. McCain III

  10. Former New York Governor George E. Pataki

  11. Texas Congressman Ron Paul

  12. Former Massachusetts Governor W. Mitt Romney

  13. Colorado Congressman Thomas G. "Tom" Tancredo

  14. Former Wisconsin Governor Tommy G. Thompson

  15. Former Virginia Senator George F. Allen

  16. Former Senate Majority Leader and Tennessee Senator, William H. "Bill" Frist

  17. Former Oklahoma Governor Frank Keating

Potential Democratic 2008 Presidential Candidates:


  1. Delaware Senator Joseph R. "Joe" Biden Jr.

  2. Retired Army General Wesley K. "Wes" Clark

  3. New York Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton

  4. Connecticut Senator Christopher J. "Chris" Dodd

  5. Former North Carolina Senator and the Democratic 2004 vice presidential candidate, John R. Edwards

  6. Former vice president and 2000 Democratic presidential nominee, Albert "Al" Gore Jr.

  7. Former Alaska Senator Mike Gravel

  8. Ohio Congressman Dennis Kucinich

  9. Illinois Senator Barack Obama

  10. New Mexico Governor William B. "Bill" Richardson

  11. Indiana Senator and former governor, Evan Bayh

  12. Former Senate Majority Leader Thomas A. "Tom" Daschle

  13. Wisconsin Senator Russell D. "Russ" Feingold

  14. Massachusetts Senator and 2004 Democratic presidential nominee, John F. Kerry

  15. Former Iowa Governor Thomas J. "Tom" Vilsack

  16. Former Virginia Governor Mark R. Warner

2 comments:

Randall Ryan said...

You have Al Gore listed as a potential nominee; I don't believe that he has announced a candidacy, has he?

California Yankee said...

Randall, No, Gore has not announced his candidacy. He has said "denied" that he has plans to run. But Gore has also given supporters hope that he might be persuaded to run - see "Gore Has No Plans To Run Again."