List of 2020 Democratic Party automatic delegates

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This list tracks the presumed support (based on endorsements) for given candidates among the 775 unpledged delegates (commonly known as superdelegates, and referred to in the 2020 election cycle as 'automatic delegates'[1]) who will be eligible to cast a vote at the 2020 Democratic National Convention, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The convention was postponed to August 17–20, 2020, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic in the United States[2]. The 8 unpledged delegates from Democrats Abroad carry half-votes at the convention, yielding a forecast total of 771 votes.[3] Unpledged delegates are set to represent about 16% of the overall convention votes (4,754 delegates, 4,750 votes), though reforms severely restricted their ability to vote on a first ballot,[4] and come from several categories of prominent Democratic Party members:[note 1]

Automatic delegates are "unpledged" in the sense that they themselves decide which candidate to support. (In other words, they are not allocated according to voter preferences as the majority of delegates are.) Pledged delegates can change their vote if no candidate is elected on the first ballot and can even vote for a different candidate on the first ballot if they are "released" by the candidate they are pledged to. Automatic delegates, on the other hand, can change their vote purely of their own volition. With the exception of the eight DNC members from the Democrats Abroad, who each receive a half-vote, all automatic delegates are entitled to one vote (including when a sitting official or distinguished party leader is also a DNC member). Throughout this list, those who qualify under multiple categories are considered as DPLs first, then as sitting officials, and then as DNC members (for example, a sitting senator who is also a DNC member is listed as a senator).

The list below is based on the most recent information on how unpledged delegates have endorsed candidates in the 2020 Democratic Party presidential primaries. Data is sourced from FiveThirtyEight's endorsement tracker[5] where more recent data is not available.

Totals by group[edit]

Candidate DPL Governors Senators Representatives DNC members Totals
Joe Biden 12 13 37 161 27 250
Bernie Sanders * 0 0 1 4 17 22
Elizabeth Warren * 0 0 0 8 9 17
Amy Klobuchar * 1 1 0 3 1 6
Pete Buttigieg * 1 0 0 0 4 5
Michael Bloomberg * 0 0 0 1 5 6
Endorsed a candidate who
withdrew before March 2020
0 1 1 13 11 26
No endorsement yet 12 13 8 45 361 439
Totals 26 28 47 (48 total; 1 DPL excluded) 235 (236 total; 1 DPL excluded) 435 (447 total; 3 Governors, 2 Representatives, 2 Senators and 5 others excluded) 771


* = candidates who withdrew or suspended their campaigns

Note: Democrats Abroad automatic delegates are assigned half-votes; each of them accounts for ½ rather than 1 in the table above.


List[edit]

Delegate State Position Endorsement Date Ref.
Andrew Cuomo New York (state) New York governor Biden January 2, 2019 [6]
Dianne Feinstein California California senator Biden January 3, 2019 [7]
Tom Carper Delaware Delaware senator Biden January 8, 2019 [8]
Laphonza Butler California California DNC member Harris January 21, 2019 [9]
James Zogby Washington, D.C. District of Columbia DNC member Sanders January 25, 2019 [10]
Ted Lieu California California representative Biden[note 2] April 16, 2019 [11]
Nanette Barragán California California representative Harris January 29, 2019 [12]
Bob Menendez New Jersey New Jersey senator Booker February 1, 2019 [13]
Clay N. Middleton South Carolina South Carolina DNC member Booker February 4, 2019 [14]
Walter Mondale Minnesota Minnesota distinguished party leader (former Vice President) Klobuchar February 6, 2019 [15]
Jim McGovern Massachusetts Massachusetts representative Biden[note 3] April 20, 2020 [16]
Ed Markey Massachusetts Massachusetts senator Biden[note 3] April 16, 2020 [17]
Joseph P. Kennedy III Massachusetts Massachusetts representative Warren February 9, 2019 [17]
Lori Trahan Massachusetts Massachusetts representative Warren February 9, 2019 [17]
Angie Craig Minnesota Minnesota representative Biden[note 4] April 17, 2019 [18]
Dean Phillips Minnesota Minnesota representative Klobuchar February 10, 2019 [19]
Tim Walz Minnesota Minnesota governor Klobuchar February 10, 2019 [20]
Barbara Lee California California representative Biden[note 2] February 14, 2019 [21]
Patrick Leahy Vermont Vermont senator Sanders February 19, 2019 [22]
Peter Welch Vermont Vermont representative Sanders February 19, 2019 [23]
Larry Cohen Washington, D.C. District of Columbia DNC member Sanders February 20, 2019 [24]
Emmy Ruiz Texas Texas DNC member Harris February 20, 2019 [25]
Ro Khanna California California representative Biden[note 5] April 20, 2020 [26]
Frank Pallone Jr. New Jersey New Jersey representative Booker February 21, 2019 [27]
Marguerite M. Schaffer New Jersey New Jersey DNC member Booker February 21, 2019 [27]
Albio Sires New Jersey New Jersey representative Booker February 21, 2019 [27]
Nina Turner Ohio Ohio DNC member Sanders February 21, 2019 [28]
Chris Coons Delaware Delaware senator Biden February 26, 2019 [29]
Julia Brownley California California representative Biden[note 2] April 16, 2019 [30]
Rick Larsen Washington (state) Washington representative Inslee March 1, 2019 [31]
Karl Racine Washington, D.C. District of Columbia DNC member Harris March 7, 2019 [32][33][34]
Carolyn Maloney New York (state) New York representative Gillibrand March 17, 2019 [35]
Susie A. Shannon California California DNC member Sanders March 25, 2019 [36]
Eric Swalwell California California representative Swalwell April 8, 2019 [37]
Steven Grossman Massachusetts Massachusetts distinguished party leader (former DNC chair) Buttigieg April 11, 2019 [38]
John Graham New Jersey New Jersey DNC member Booker April 12, 2019 [39]
Bernadette P. McPherson New Jersey New Jersey DNC member Booker April 12, 2019 [39]
Nan Whaley Ohio Ohio DNC member Buttigieg April 14, 2019 [40]
Michelle Deatrick Michigan Michigan DNC member Sanders April 18, 2019 [41]
Kate Donaghue Massachusetts Massachusetts DNC member Warren April 19, 2019 [42]
Stephen F. Lynch Massachusetts Massachusetts representative Biden April 22, 2019 [43]
Ed Rendell Pennsylvania Pennsylvania distinguished party leader (former DNC chair) Biden April 22, 2019 [44]
Matt Cartwright Pennsylvania Pennsylvania representative Biden April 24, 2019 [45]
Cristóbal J. Alex Texas Texas DNC member Biden April 25, 2019 [46][47]
Joe Biden Delaware Delaware distinguished party leader (former Vice President) Biden April 25, 2019 [48]
Lisa Blunt Rochester Delaware Delaware representative Biden April 25, 2019 [49]
Brendan Boyle Pennsylvania Pennsylvania representative Biden April 25, 2019 [45]
John Carney Delaware Delaware governor Biden April 25, 2019 [50]
Robert P. Casey Jr. Pennsylvania Pennsylvania senator Biden April 25, 2019 [51]
Dwight Evans Pennsylvania Pennsylvania representative Biden April 25, 2019 [45]
Doug Jones Alabama Alabama senator Biden April 25, 2019 [52]
Cedric Richmond Louisiana Louisiana representative Biden April 25, 2019 [53]
Symone Sanders Washington, D.C. District of Columbia DNC member Biden April 25, 2019 [54]
Thomas Suozzi New York (state) New York representative Biden April 25, 2019 [55]
Michael Bennet Colorado Colorado senator Biden[note 6] April 8, 2020 [56]
A. Donald McEachin Virginia Virginia representative Biden May 3, 2019 [57]
Steve Bullock Montana Montana governor Bullock May 14, 2019 [58]
Filemon Vela Jr. Texas Texas representative Biden May 14, 2019 [59]
Tom Daschle South Dakota South Dakota distinguished party leader (former Senate leader) Biden May 20, 2019 [60]
Kim Schrier Washington (state) Washington representative Inslee May 23, 2019 [61]
Al Lawson Florida Florida representative Biden May 30, 2019 [62]
Jon Tester Montana Montana senator Biden[note 7] May 15, 2020 [63]
Al Green Texas Texas representative Harris June 20, 2019 [64]
Derek Kilmer Washington (state) Washington representative Inslee June 20, 2019 [65]
William Lacy Clay Jr. Missouri Missouri representative Harris June 25, 2019 [66]
Jan M. Bauer Iowa Iowa DNC member Bullock June 26, 2019 [67]
Barry J. Goodman Michigan Michigan DNC member Biden June 28, 2019 [68]
Ned Lamont Connecticut Connecticut governor Biden July 2, 2019 [69]
Jahana Hayes Connecticut Connecticut representative Harris July 3, 2019 [70]
Eddie Bernice Johnson Texas Texas representative Biden July 22, 2019 [71]
Leopoldo J. Martinez Virginia Virginia DNC member Biden July 22, 2019 [72]
Mary M. Sullivan Vermont Vermont DNC member Sanders July 23, 2019 [73]
William Owen Tennessee Tennessee DNC member Biden July 29, 2019 [74]
Katherine Clark Massachusetts Massachusetts representative Warren July 30, 2019 [75]
Raúl Grijalva Arizona Arizona representative Warren July 30, 2019 [75]
Deb Haaland New Mexico New Mexico representative Biden[note 3] April 9, 2020 [76]
Andy Levin Michigan Michigan representative Biden[note 3] April 20, 2020 [77]
J. Luis Correa California California representative Biden August 22, 2019 [78]
Curtis Wylde Missouri Missouri DNC member Sanders August 31, 2019 [79]
Troy Jackson Maine Maine DNC member Sanders September 1, 2019 [80][81]
Jamie Raskin Maryland Maryland representative Biden[note 3] April 20, 2020 [82]
Kweisi Mfume Maryland Maryland representative
Nikki Ford Barnes Florida Florida DNC member Booker September 12, 2019 [83]
Vicente Gonzalez Texas Texas representative Biden[note 8] September 15, 2019 [84][85]
G.K. Butterfield North Carolina North Carolina representative Biden September 19, 2019 [86]
Emanuel Cleaver Missouri Missouri representative Biden September 19, 2019 [86]
Charlie Crist Florida Florida representative Biden September 19, 2019 [86]
Alex Goff Nevada Nevada DNC member Warren October 10, 2019 [87]
Betty McCollum Minnesota Minnesota representative Klobuchar October 10, 2019 [88]
Ilhan Omar Minnesota Minnesota representative Sanders October 15, 2019 [89]
Chris Dodd Connecticut Connecticut distinguished party leader (former DNC chair) Biden October 18, 2019 [90]
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez New York (state) New York representative Biden[note 5] April 15, 2020 [91]
Terry L. Tucker Colorado Colorado DNC member Sanders October 22, 2019 [92]
Jeri D. Shepherd Colorado Colorado DNC member Sanders October 22, 2019 [92]
Katie Porter California California representative Biden [note 3] April 8, 2020 [93]
Rashida Tlaib Michigan Michigan representative Sanders October 27, 2019 [94]
Ayanna Pressley Massachusetts Massachusetts representative Warren November 6, 2019 [95]
Marc Veasey Texas Texas representative Biden November 7, 2019 [96]
Tim Ryan Ohio Ohio representative Biden[note 9] November 13, 2019 [97][98]
Kurt Schrader Oregon Oregon representative Biden November 16, 2019 [99]
Ted Terry Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia DNC member Sanders November 21, 2019 [100]
Salud Carbajal California California representative Harris[note 10] November 22, 2019 [101][102]
Dina Titus Nevada Nevada representative Biden November 25, 2019 [103]
Peter Visclosky Indiana Indiana representative Biden [note 11] April 17, 2020 [104]
Kerman Maddox California California DNC member Biden November 26, 2019 [105]
John Garamendi California California representative Biden November 30, 2019 [106]
Jan Schakowsky Illinois Illinois representative Warren November 30, 2019 [107]
Ami Bera California California representative Biden December 3, 2019 [108]
María Meléndez Puerto Rico Puerto Rico DNC member Biden December 5, 2019 [109]
Denise Merrill Connecticut Connecticut DNC member Warren December 9, 2019 [110][111]
Bob Mulholland California California DNC member Biden[note 2] December 11, 2019 [112]
Lucille Roybal-Allard California California representative Biden December 13, 2019 [113]
Carla Brailey Texas Texas DNC member Bloomberg December 20, 2019 [114]
Tony Cárdenas California California representative Biden December 23, 2019 [115]
Keith Harper Washington, D.C. District of Columbia DNC member Buttigieg December 23, 2019 [116]
Mark LaChey Michigan Michigan DNC member Buttigieg January 1, 2020 [117]
Abby Finkenauer Iowa Iowa representative Biden January 3, 2020 [118]
Jeff Berman Washington, D.C. District of Columbia DNC member Steyer[note 10] January 3, 2020 [119][120]
Chrissy Houlahan Pennsylvania Pennsylvania representative Biden January 5, 2020 [121]
Conor Lamb Pennsylvania Pennsylvania representative Biden January 5, 2020 [121]
Elaine Luria Virginia Virginia representative Biden January 5, 2020 [121]
Henry R. Muñoz III Texas Texas DNC member Biden January 5, 2020 [46][122][123]
Megan E. Green Missouri Missouri DNC member Sanders January 8, 2020 [124]
Martha Fuller Clark New Hampshire New Hampshire DNC member Biden January 9, 2020 [125]
Eric Garcetti California California DNC member Biden January 9, 2020 [126][127]
Allison A. Stephens Nevada Nevada DNC member Warren[note 8] January 9, 2020 [128][129]
Kerri Evelyn Harris Delaware Delaware DNC member Sanders January 10, 2020 [130]
Alexandra Gallardo Rooker California California DNC member Bloomberg January 10, 2020 [131]
Colin Allred Texas Texas representative Biden[note 8] January 13, 2020 [132][133]
Sean Patrick Maloney New York (state) New York representative Biden[note 10] January 13, 2020 [134][135]
Michael Hancock Colorado Colorado DNC member Biden[note 12] March 2, 2020 [136][137][138]
Joaquin Castro Texas Texas representative Warren[note 8] January 14, 2020 [139][140]
Tom Malinowski New Jersey New Jersey representative Biden[note 13] January 14, 2020 [27][141]
Mark Pocan Wisconsin Wisconsin representative Biden[note 5] April 20, 2020 [142]
Terri Sewell Alabama Alabama representative Biden January 17, 2020 [143]
Pramila Jayapal Washington (state) Washington representative Biden[note 5] April 27, 2020 [144]
Sanford Bishop Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia representative Biden January 21, 2020 [145]
Alcee Hastings Florida Florida representative Biden[note 2] January 21, 2020 [146][145]
Sandy Opstvedt Iowa Iowa DNC member Biden January 21, 2020 [147]
Donald Payne Jr. New Jersey New Jersey representative Biden[note 13] January 21, 2020 [27][145]
José R. Rodríguez Texas Texas DNC member Warren[note 14] January 21, 2020 [148][149]
Kathleen Sullivan New Hampshire New Hampshire DNC member Warren January 21, 2020 [150]
Frederica Wilson Florida Florida representative Biden[note 2] January 21, 2020 [151][145]
Khary Penebaker Wisconsin Wisconsin DNC member Bloomberg[note 13] January 23, 2020 [152][153]
William H. Shaheen New Hampshire New Hampshire DNC member Biden January 23, 2020 [154]
Cindy Axne Iowa Iowa representative Biden January 25, 2020 [155]
Mark Smith Iowa Iowa DNC member Biden[note 13] January 26, 2020 [156][157]
Seth Moulton Massachusetts Massachusetts representative Biden[note 15] January 27, 2020 [158][159]
Alma Adams North Carolina North Carolina representative Biden January 28, 2020 [160]
Brad Schneider Illinois Illinois representative Biden January 29, 2020 [161]
Ben McAdams Utah Utah representative Bloomberg January 31, 2020 [162]
Ruth Anna Buffalo North Dakota North Dakota DNC member Sanders January 31, 2020[note 16] [164]
Paul G. Kirk, Jr. Massachusetts Massachusetts distinguished party leader (former DNC chair) Biden January 31, 2020 [165]
Sierra Yamanaka Arizona Arizona DNC member Bloomberg January 31, 2020 [166]
Linda Sánchez California California representative Klobuchar February 1, 2020 [167]
Danny K. Davis Illinois Illinois representative Biden[note 2] February 2, 2020 [168][169]
Will Colom Mississippi Mississippi DNC member Bloomberg February 4, 2020 [170]
Alex Padilla California California DNC member Biden[note 2] February 4, 2020 [126][171][172]
Grace Diaz Rhode Island Rhode Island DNC member Biden February 6, 2020 [173]
Jared Golden Maine Maine representative Bennet February 6, 2020 [174]
Gilda Cobb-Hunter South Carolina South Carolina DNC member Steyer February 12, 2020 [175]
Jenny Wilson Utah Utah DNC member Buttigieg February 14, 2020 [176]
Steven Horsford Nevada Nevada representative Biden February 14, 2020 [177]
Celina Vasquez Texas Texas DNC member Warren[note 8] February 17, 2020 [178][179]
Sylvia Garcia Texas Texas representative Biden February 19, 2020 [180]
Jesús "Chuy" García Illinois Illinois representative Biden[note 5] April 9, 2020 [181]
David Price North Carolina North Carolina representative Biden February 25, 2020 [182]
Jim Clyburn South Carolina South Carolina representative Biden February 26, 2020 [183]
Maria Echaveste California California DNC member Klobuchar February 26, 2020 [184]
Iris Y. Martinez Illinois Illinois DNC member Biden February 26, 2020 [185]
Tim Kaine Virginia Virginia distinguished party leader (former DNC chair)[note 17] Biden February 28, 2020 [186]
Richard E. Neal Massachusetts Massachusetts representative Warren February 28, 2020 [187]
Marc Broklawski Virginia Virginia DNC member Biden February 28, 2020 [188]
Terry McAuliffe Virginia Virginia distinguished party leader (former DNC chair) Biden February 29, 2020 [189]
Randi Weingarten New York (state) New York DNC member Warren February 29, 2020 [190]
Robert C. Scott Virginia Virginia representative Biden February 29, 2020 [191]
Don Beyer Virginia Virginia representative Biden[note 11] March 1, 2020 [192][193]
Ray McKinnon North Carolina North Carolina DNC member Sanders March 1, 2020 [194]
Greg Stanton Arizona Arizona representative Biden March 1, 2020 [195]
Debbie Wasserman Schultz Florida Florida distinguished party leader (former DNC chair)[note 18] Biden March 1, 2020 [196]
Jennifer Wexton Virginia Virginia representative Biden March 1, 2020 [197]
Gil Cisneros California California representative Biden March 2, 2020 [198]
Steven C. Cochran Virginia Virginia DNC member Biden March 2, 2020 [199]
Tammy Duckworth Illinois Illinois senator Biden March 2, 2020 [200]
Veronica Escobar Texas Texas representative Biden[note 10] March 2, 2020 [134][201]
Marcia L. Fudge Ohio Ohio representative Biden[note 2] March 2, 2020 [202][203]
Amy Klobuchar Minnesota Minnesota senator Biden[note 4] March 2, 2020 [20][204]
Mark Mallory Ohio Ohio DNC member Biden March 2, 2020 [205]
Jerry McNerney California California representative Biden March 2, 2020 [206]
Harry Reid Nevada Nevada distinguished party leader (former Senate leader) Biden March 2, 2020 [207]
Roy Romer Colorado Colorado distinguished party leader (former DNC chair) Biden[note 6] March 2, 2020 [208][209]
Yasmine Taeb Virginia Virginia DNC member Sanders March 2, 2020 [210]
Jim Costa California California representative Biden[note 2] March 3, 2020 [211][212]
Joshua Harris-Till Oklahoma Oklahoma DNC member Warren March 3, 2020 [213][214][215]
Collin Peterson Minnesota Minnesota representative Biden[note 4] March 3, 2020 [216][217]
Bennie G. Thompson Mississippi Mississippi representative Biden March 3, 2020 [218]
Abigail Spanberger Virginia Virginia representative Biden March 3, 2020 [219]
Kathy Castor Florida Florida representative Biden March 4, 2020 [220]
Bill Foster Illinois Illinois representative Biden March 4, 2020 [221]
Lois Frankel Florida Florida representative Biden March 4, 2020 [220]
Robin Kelly Illinois Illinois representative Biden March 4, 2020 [221]
Andy Kim New Jersey New Jersey representative Biden[note 19] March 4, 2020 [27][222][223]
Mike Quigley Illinois Illinois representative Biden March 4, 2020 [221]
Gina Raimondo Rhode Island Rhode Island governor Biden[note 20] March 4, 2020 [224][225]
Kyrsten Sinema Arizona Arizona senator Biden March 4, 2020 [226]
Kathleen Rice New York (state) New York representative Biden[note 21] March 4, 2020 [134][227][228]
Ted Deutch Florida Florida representative Biden[note 20] March 4, 2020 [229][230]
Gretchen Whitmer Michigan Michigan governor Biden March 5, 2020 [231]
Elissa Slotkin Michigan Michigan representative Biden March 5, 2020 [232]
Ann Kuster New Hampshire New Hampshire representative Biden[note 11] March 5, 2020 [233][234]
David Trone Maryland Maryland representative Biden[note 22] March 5, 2020 [235][236]
Anthony G. Brown Maryland Maryland representative Biden[note 11] March 5, 2020 [237][238]
Dutch Ruppersberger Maryland Maryland representative Biden March 5, 2020 [239]
Val Demings Florida Florida representative Biden March 5, 2020 [240]
Madeleine Dean Pennsylvania Pennsylvania representative Biden March 5, 2020 [241]
Sean Casten Illinois Illinois representative Biden March 5, 2020 [242]
Susan Davis California California representative Biden March 5, 2020 [243]
Haley Stevens Michigan Michigan representative Biden[note 20] March 5, 2020 [244][245]
Brenda Lawrence Michigan Michigan representative Biden[note 2] March 5, 2020 [246][247]
Harley Rouda California California representative Biden[note 20] March 6, 2020 [248][249]
Maggie Hassan New Hampshire New Hampshire senator Biden March 6, 2020 [250]
Darren Soto Florida Florida representative Biden March 6, 2020 [251]
Ruben Gallego Arizona Arizona representative Biden[note 23] March 6, 2020 [252][253][254]
Dick Durbin Illinois Illinois senator Biden March 6, 2020 [255]
Stephanie Murphy Florida Florida representative Biden[note 24] March 6, 2020 [134][256][257]
Joshua Boschee North Dakota North Dakota DNC member Biden[note 11] March 6, 2020 [258][259][260]
Sheila Jackson Lee Texas Texas representative Biden March 7, 2020 [261]
Kamala Harris California California senator Biden[note 2] March 8, 2020 [262]
Tina Smith Minnesota Minnesota senator Biden[note 4] March 8, 2020 [263]
Cory Booker New Jersey New Jersey senator Biden[note 13] March 9, 2020 [264][265]
Hank Johnson Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia representative Biden March 9, 2020 [266]
Gregory Meeks New York (state) New York representative Biden[note 20] March 9, 2020 [267][268]
Debbie Mucarsel-Powell Florida Florida representative Biden March 9, 2020 [269]
Bonnie Watson Coleman New Jersey New Jersey representative Biden[note 13] March 9, 2020 [27][270]
Muriel Bowser Washington, D.C. District of Columbia governor[note 25] Biden[note 20] March 10, 2020 [271]
Eleanor Holmes Norton Washington, D.C. District of Columbia representative (delegate) Biden March 10, 2020 [272]
Marcy Kaptur Ohio Ohio representative Biden March 10, 2020 [273]
Bobby L. Rush Illinois Illinois representative Biden[note 26] March 10, 2020 [151][274][275]
Mark Takano California California representative Sanders March 10, 2020 [276]
Pete Aguilar California California representative Biden[note 20] March 11, 2020 [277][278]
Mary Gay Scanlon Pennsylvania Pennsylvania representative Biden March 11, 2020 [279]
Josh Gottheimer New Jersey New Jersey representative Biden[note 27] March 11, 2020 [27][277][278]
Raja Krishnamoorthi Illinois Illinois representative Biden March 11, 2020 [275]
Nita Lowey New York (state) New York representative Biden[note 20] March 11, 2020 [277][278]
Lucy McBath Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia representative Biden[note 20] March 11, 2020 [280][278]
Donald Norcross New Jersey New Jersey representative Biden[note 13] March 11, 2019 [27][278][278]
Bill Pascrell Jr. New Jersey New Jersey representative Biden[note 13] March 11, 2019 [27][278]
Scott Peters California California representative Biden[note 20] March 11, 2020 [281][278]
Stacey Plaskett United States Virgin Islands U.S. Virgin Islands representative (delegate) Biden[note 26] March 11, 2020 [282][283][278]
Max Rose New York (state) New York representative Biden[note 20] March 11, 2020 [284][278]
Mikie Sherrill New Jersey New Jersey representative Biden[note 27] March 11, 2020 [27][285][278]
Pamela Stephenson Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia DNC member Biden March 11, 2020 [286]
Juan Vargas California California representative Biden[note 28] March 11, 2020 [287][288][278]
John Currie New Jersey New Jersey DNC member Biden[note 13] March 11, 2020 [289]
Dave Loebsack Iowa Iowa representative Biden[note 11] March 12, 2020 [290][291]
Gregorio Sablan Northern Mariana Islands Northern Marianas representative (delegate) Biden March 12, 2020 [292][293]
Ann Kirkpatrick Arizona Arizona representative Biden March 12, 2020 [294]
Jackie Speier California California representative Biden March 13, 2020 [295]
Karen Bass California California representative Biden March 13, 2020 [296]
Adriano Espaillat New York (state) New York representative Biden March 15, 2020 [297]
Donna Shalala Florida Florida representative Biden March 15, 2020 [298]
JB Pritzker Illinois Illinois governor Biden March 16, 2020 [299]
Marian B. Tasco Pennsylvania Pennsylvania DNC member Biden March 16, 2020 [300]
Michael A. Nutter Pennsylvania Pennsylvania DNC member Biden[note 29] March 16, 2020 [301][302][303][304]
Carol Ronen Illinois Illinois DNC member Biden March 16, 2020 [305]
Raul Ruiz California California representative Biden March 17, 2020 [306]
Brad Sherman California California representative Biden March 17, 2020 [307]
Gary Winston Apple Missouri Missouri DNC member Sanders March 18, 2020
Gerald E. Connolly Virginia Virginia representative Biden March 18, 2020 [308]
Tulsi Gabbard Hawaii Hawaii representative Biden[note 30] March 19, 2020 [309][310]
Jim Himes Connecticut Connecticut representative Biden March 19, 2020 [311]
Kirsten Gillibrand New York (state) New York senator Biden[note 31] March 19, 2020 [312][313]
Jared Huffman California California representative Biden April 1, 2020
Ron Kind Wisconsin Wisconsin representative Biden April 3, 2020
Sherrod Brown Ohio Ohio senator Biden April 7, 2020
John Lewis Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia representative Biden April 7, 2020
Susan Wild Pennsylvania Pennsylvania representative Biden April 8, 2020 [314]
Kate Brown Oregon Oregon governor Biden April 8, 2020 [315]
Bernie Sanders Vermont Vermont senator Biden[note 5] April 13, 2020 [316]
Barack Obama Illinois Illinois distinguished party leader (former President) Biden April 14, 2020 [317]
Elizabeth Warren Massachusetts Massachusetts senator Biden[note 3] April 15, 2020 [17][318]
Jay Inslee Washington (state) Washington governor Biden[note 32] April 22, 2020 [31][319]
Al Gore Tennessee Tennessee distinguished party leader (former Vice President) Biden April 22, 2020 [320]
Nancy Pelosi California California representative (House Speaker) Biden April 27, 2020 [321]
Gavin Newsom California California governor Biden[note 2] May 8, 2020 [322]
Phil Murphy New Jersey New Jersey governor Biden[note 13] May 14, 2020 [323]
Michelle Lujan Grisham New Mexico New Mexico governor Biden May 22, 2020 [324]
Jimmy Carter Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia distinguished party leader (former President)
Bill Clinton New York (state) New York distinguished party leader (former President)
George J. Mitchell New York (state) New York distinguished party leader (former Senate leader)
Dick Gephardt Missouri Missouri distinguished party leader (former House leader)
Joe Andrew Maryland Maryland distinguished party leader (former DNC chair)
Donna Brazile Washington, D.C. District of Columbia distinguished party leader (former DNC chair)
Kenneth M. Curtis Maine Maine distinguished party leader (former DNC chair) [325]
Howard Dean Vermont Vermont distinguished party leader (former DNC chair)
Debra DeLee Massachusetts Massachusetts distinguished party leader (former DNC chair)
Donald Fowler South Carolina South Carolina distinguished party leader (former DNC chair)
Fred R. Harris New Mexico New Mexico distinguished party leader (former DNC chair)
David Wilhelm Ohio Ohio distinguished party leader (former DNC chair)
Tom O'Halleran Arizona Arizona representative
Mike Thompson California California representative
Doris Matsui California California representative Biden May 5, 2020 [326]
Josh Harder California California representative Biden April 25, 2020 [327]
Mark DeSaulnier California California representative
Anna Eshoo California California representative
Zoe Lofgren California California representative
Jimmy Panetta California California representative
TJ Cox California California representative
Judy Chu California California representative Biden May 20, 2020 [328]
Adam Schiff California California representative Biden April 15, 2020 [329]
Grace Napolitano California California representative
Jimmy Gomez California California representative
Norma Torres California California representative
Maxine Waters California California representative
Alan Lowenthal California California representative
Mike Levin California California representative Biden April 16, 2020 [330]
Diana DeGette Colorado Colorado representative Biden May 3, 2020 [331]
Joe Neguse Colorado Colorado representative
Jason Crow Colorado Colorado representative Biden April 8, 2020 [332]
Ed Perlmutter Colorado Colorado representative Biden April 14, 2020 [333]
John B. Larson Connecticut Connecticut representative Biden May 27, 2020 [334]
Joe Courtney Connecticut Connecticut representative Biden May 27, 2020 [335]
Rosa DeLauro Connecticut Connecticut representative Biden May 27, 2020 [336]
David Scott Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia representative
Michael San Nicolas Guam Guam representative (delegate)
Ed Case Hawaii Hawaii representative Biden April 17, 2020 [337]
Daniel Lipinski Illinois Illinois representative Biden March 13, 2020 [338]
Lauren Underwood Illinois Illinois representative
Cheri Bustos Illinois Illinois representative Biden April 20, 2020 [339]
André Carson Indiana Indiana representative
Sharice Davids Kansas Kansas representative Biden April 14, 2020 [340]
John Yarmuth Kentucky Kentucky representative Biden April 15, 2020 [341]
Chellie Pingree Maine Maine representative
Steny Hoyer Maryland Maryland representative
John P. Sarbanes Maryland Maryland representative Biden May 26, 2020 [342]
Bill Keating Massachusetts Massachusetts representative
Dan Kildee Michigan Michigan representative
Debbie Dingell Michigan Michigan representative
Susie Lee Nevada Nevada representative Biden May 28, 2020 [343]
Chris Pappas New Hampshire New Hampshire representative Biden May 9, 2020 [344]
Xochitl Torres Small New Mexico New Mexico representative
Ben Ray Luján New Mexico New Mexico representative Biden May 28, 2020 [345]
Grace Meng New York (state) New York representative
Nydia Velázquez New York (state) New York representative
Hakeem Jeffries New York (state) New York representative
Yvette Clarke New York (state) New York representative
Jerrold Nadler New York (state) New York representative
Eliot Engel New York (state) New York representative Biden April 28, 2020 [346]
Antonio Delgado New York (state) New York representative
José E. Serrano New York (state) New York representative
Paul Tonko New York (state) New York representative
Anthony Brindisi New York (state) New York representative Biden April 15, 2020 [347]
Joseph D. Morelle New York (state) New York representative
Brian Higgins New York (state) New York representative
Joyce Beatty Ohio Ohio representative Biden April 28, 2020 [348]
Kendra Horn Oklahoma Oklahoma representative
Suzanne Bonamici Oregon Oregon representative
Earl Blumenauer Oregon Oregon representative
Peter DeFazio Oregon Oregon representative
Mike Doyle Pennsylvania Pennsylvania representative
David Cicilline Rhode Island Rhode Island representative Biden May 19, 2020 [349]
Jim Langevin Rhode Island Rhode Island representative Biden May 19, 2020 [350]
Joe Cunningham South Carolina South Carolina representative
Jim Cooper Tennessee Tennessee representative
Steve Cohen Tennessee Tennessee representative
Lizzie Fletcher Texas Texas representative Biden April 24, 2020 [351]
Henry Cuellar Texas Texas representative Biden April 17, 2020 [352]
Lloyd Doggett Texas Texas representative
Suzan DelBene Washington (state) Washington representative
Adam Smith Washington (state) Washington representative
Denny Heck Washington (state) Washington representative
Gwen Moore Wisconsin Wisconsin representative Biden April 22, 2020 [353]
Chuck Schumer New York (state) New York senator (Senate leader)
Richard Blumenthal Connecticut Connecticut senator Biden May 20, 2020 [354]
Chris Murphy Connecticut Connecticut senator Biden April 15, 2020 [355]
Michael Donald Brown Washington, D.C. District of Columbia senator[note 33]
Paul Strauss Washington, D.C. District of Columbia senator[note 33]
Mazie Hirono Hawaii Hawaii senator Biden April 17, 2020 [356]
Brian Schatz Hawaii Hawaii senator Biden April 17, 2020 [357]
Ben Cardin Maryland Maryland senator Biden May 21, 2020 [358]
Chris Van Hollen Maryland Maryland senator Biden May 21, 2020 [359]
Gary Peters Michigan Michigan senator Biden April 15, 2020 [360]
Debbie Stabenow Michigan Michigan senator Biden April 15, 2020 [361]
Catherine Cortez Masto Nevada Nevada senator Biden April 30, 2020 [362]
Jacky Rosen Nevada Nevada senator
Jeanne Shaheen New Hampshire New Hampshire senator Biden April 17, 2020 [363]
Martin Heinrich New Mexico New Mexico senator Biden April 14, 2020 [364]
Tom Udall New Mexico New Mexico senator Biden April 8, 2020 [365]
Jeff Merkley Oregon Oregon senator
Ron Wyden Oregon Oregon senator
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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ At least 9 delegates and as many as 14 delegates are in at least two of these categories.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Previously endorsed Kamala Harris
  3. ^ a b c d e f g Previously endorsed Elizabeth Warren
  4. ^ a b c d Previously endorsed Amy Klobuchar
  5. ^ a b c d e f Previously endorsed Bernie Sanders
  6. ^ a b Previously endorsed Michael Bennet
  7. ^ Previously endorsed Steve Bullock
  8. ^ a b c d e Previously endorsed Julián Castro
  9. ^ Previously endorsed Tim Ryan
  10. ^ a b c d Previously endorsed Beto O'Rourke
  11. ^ a b c d e f Previously endorsed Pete Buttigieg
  12. ^ Previously endorsed John Hickenlooper, then Michael Bennet
  13. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Previously endorsed Cory Booker
  14. ^ Previously endorsed Beto O'Rourke, then Julián Castro after O'Rourke withdrew from the race
  15. ^ Previously endorsed Seth Moulton
  16. ^ Elected to the DNC on March 21, 2020 subsequent to her endorsement of Sanders.[163]
  17. ^ Is also a senator.
  18. ^ Is also a representative.
  19. ^ Previously endorsed Cory Booker, then Pete Buttigieg after Booker withdrew from the race
  20. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Previously endorsed Mike Bloomberg
  21. ^ Previously endorsed Beto O'Rourke, then Pete Buttigeg after O'Rourke withdrew from the race
  22. ^ Previously endorsed John Delaney
  23. ^ Previously endorsed Eric Swalwell, then Kamala Harris after Swalwell withdrew from the race
  24. ^ Previously endorsed Beto O'Rourke, then Michael Bloomberg after O'Rourke withdrew from the race
  25. ^ Mayor of DC included as an automatic delegate along with governors.
  26. ^ a b Previously endorsed Kamala Harris, then Michael Bloomberg after Harris withdrew from the race
  27. ^ a b Previously endorsed Cory Booker, then Michael Bloomberg after Booker withdrew from the race
  28. ^ Previously endorsed John Delaney, then Michael Bloomberg after Delaney withdrew from the race
  29. ^ Previously endorsed Michael Bloomberg, and subsequently Joe Biden a week before the latter launched his campaign and then, subsequently, Michael Bloomberg once again
  30. ^ Previously endorsed Tulsi Gabbard
  31. ^ Previously endorsed Kirsten Gillibrand
  32. ^ Previously endorsed Jay Inslee
  33. ^ a b Shadow senator for DC.
  34. ^ a b c d e f g h Democrats Abroad DNC members have a half vote each at the convention.

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