Election HQ – 5th Pres/VP election

This page will cover candidates for nominations for parties’ presidential and VP nominations for the fourth regularly scheduled presidential election.

Liberty Party – President:

NOMINEE: To be elected in Liberty primary.

Declared: 

Peeta Mellark, incumbent President of the Republic of Panem (D12)

Labor Party – President:

NOMINEE: To be elected in Labor primary.

Declared:

Iris Canstrom, senator (D9)

Walter Delta, former Secretary of Agriculture, former governor, and previous VP nominee (D11)

Sylvenia Denton, representative (D4)

Joan Kindred, former Secretary of Transportation and former VP nominee (D5)

Declined:

Ophelie Murray, former senator (D3)

Felicia Ren, former governor and presidential nominee (D8)

Thomas Stemp, former governor, former presidential and VP contender (D1)

Jace Walters, senator (D10)

Teraton Wendle, representative (D2)

Civic Party – President:

NOMINEE: To be elected in Civic primary.

Declared: 

Patrick Newsom, senator (D3)

Samuel Trenton, previous VP nominee, former Speaker of the House (D15/Capitol)

Declined:

Sadie Myers, former senator (D3)

Cecelia Paylor, previous presidential nominee, former president, and Secretary of Intelligence (D8)

Bertram Spellings, governor (D3)

Centre Party – President:

NOMINEE: To be elected in Centre primary.

Potential:

Julie Roydon, senator (Capitol)

Declined:

Clarke Randall, senator (D15)

Conservative Party – President:

NOMINEE: To be elected in Conservative primary.

Declared:

Kaitlyn Jones, former governor (D11)

Robert F. Maxwell, business magnate and former independent presidential candidate (D4)

Kurtis Pierce, previous VP nominee and former Secretary of the Treasury (D2)

Declined:

Lynn Germaine, former Secretary of Intelligence and independent VP candidate (D4)

Kari Lyles, representative (D10)

Jack Oliver, former Secretary of Global Development (D11)

Delia Sutherland, former Secretary of the Interior (D4)

Independent – President:

Potential:

Pauline Crystal, former district representative and independent VP candidate (D15)

Declined:

Elizabeth Steinbeck, ambassador to the Council of Nations and former presidential candidate (D8) [endorsed President Peeta Mellark]

Liberty Party – Vice President:

NOMINEE: To be elected in Liberty primary.

Declared:

Rebecca Tarson, incumbent Vice President of the Republic of Panem (D12)

Labor Party – Vice President:

NOMINEE: To be elected in Labor primary.

Declared:

Ophelie Murray, former senator (D3)

Thomas Stemp, governor and former presidential and VP contender (D1)

Teraton Wendle, representative (D2)

Declined:

Iris Canstrom, senator (D9)

Walter Delta, Secretary of Agriculture, former governor, and previous VP nominee (D11)

Sylvenia Denton, representative (D4)

Joan Kindred, former Secretary of Transportation and former VP nominee (D5)

Felicia Ren, former governor and previous presidential nominee (D8)

Jace Walters, senator (D10)

Civic Party – Vice President:

NOMINEE: To be designated by Civic nominee.

Potential:

Patrick Newsom, senator (D3)

Samuel Trenton, previous VP nominee, former Speaker of the House (D15/Capitol)

Sadie Myers, former senator (D3)

Bertram Spellings, governor (D3)

Declined:

Cecelia Paylor, previous presidential nominee, former president, and Secretary of Intelligence (D8)

Centre Party – Vice President:

NOMINEE: To be designated by Centre nominee.

Potential:

Matthias Christian, representative (D10)

Dillan Christian, representative (D10)

Sextimus Dalton, former VP nominee, representative, and lieutenant governor (D5)

Adrianne Horsfall, representative (D1)

Clarke Randall, senator (D15)

Conservative Party – Vice President:

NOMINEE: To be elected in Conservative primary.

Declared:

Lynn Germaine, Secretary of Intelligence (D4)

Jack Oliver, former Secretary of Global Development (D11)

Delia Sutherland, former Secretary of the Interior (D4)

Declined:

Kaitlyn Jones, former governor (D11)

Kari Lyles, representative (D10)

Robert F. Maxwell, business magnate and former independent presidential candidate (D4)

Kurtis Pierce, previous VP nominee and former Secretary of the Treasury (D2)

Independent – Vice President:

Potential:

Pauline Crystal, former district representative and independent VP candidate (D15)

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