Presidential and VP Headquarters

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

Liberty Party – President:

NOMINEE: Peeta Mellark, senator and former First Gentleman (D12)

Withdrawn:

Rosalie Descoteaux, governor and former acting president and VP (D14)

Gale Hawthorne, governor and past presidential contender (D2/D15)

Amy Oaksmith, governor and past presidential contender (D8)

Celine Oswald, former VP and previous presidential nominee (D13)

Dale Wilson, incumbent VP (D4)

Declined:

Trenton Escavel, governor (D9) [running for vice president]

Katniss Everdeen, Secretary-General of the CN and former president (D12)

Xavier Hansen, dual Conservative/Liberty governor (D10) [running for reelection]

Beetee Latier, Secretary of Communications (D15/Capitol)

Jonathan Madison, Secretary of State and former acting president (D4) [running for vice president]

Constantin Richelieu, Speaker of the House (D14) [running for reelection]

Rebecca Tarson, governor (D12) [running for vice president]

Bella Taylor, governor (D2) [running for vice president]

Tyler Thompson, former VP, governor, and past presidential contender (D5)

Labor Party – President:

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

Declined:

Iris Canstrom, senator (D9) [running for reelection]

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

Joan Kindred, Secretary of Transportation and former VP nominee (D5) [running for vice president]

Ophelie Murray, former senator (D3)

Thomas Stemp, governor and former presidential and VP contender (D1) [running for vice president]

Teraton Wendle, representative (D2) [running for reelection]

Civic Party – President:

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

Declined:

Samuel Trenton, previous VP nominee, former Speaker of the House (D15/Capitol) [running for vice president]

Bertram Spellings, governor (D3)

Conservative Party – President:

NOMINEE: Richard “Rick” Canth, incumbent President of the Republic of Panem (D7)

Withdrawn: 

Robert F. Maxwell, business magnate (D4)

Independent – President:

Declared:

Robert F. Maxwell, business magnate (D4)

Elizabeth Steinbeck, governor (D8)

Declined:

Plutarch Heavensbee, former VP and Secretary of Communications (Capitol)

Sextimus Dalton, former VP nominee and representative (D5) [running for House of Representatives under Centre]

Liberty Party – Vice President:

NOMINEE: Rebecca Tarson, governor (D12)

Withdrawn:

Trenton Escavel, governor (D9)

Jonathan Madison, Secretary of Defense and former acting president (D4)

Bella Taylor, governor (D2)

Alexandra West, senator (D1)

Declined:

Rosalie Descoteaux, governor and former acting president and VP (D14) [running for President]

Xavier Hansen, dual Conservative/Liberty governor (D10) [running for reelection]

Gale Hawthorne, governor and past presidential contender (D2/D15) [running for President]

Beetee Latier, Secretary of Communications (D15/Capitol)

Peeta Mellark, senator and former First Gentleman (D12) [running for President]

Amy Oaksmith, governor and past presidential contender (D8)

Celine Oswald, former VP and previous presidential nominee (D13) [running for President]

Constantin Richelieu, Speaker of the House (D14) [running for reelection]

Tyler Thompson, former VP, governor, and past presidential contender (D5)

Dale Wilson, incumbent VP (D4) [running for President]

Labor Party – Vice President:

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

Declined:

Iris Canstrom, senator (D9) [running for reelection]

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

Ophelie Murray, former senator (D3)

Felicia Ren, former governor and previous presidential nominee (D8) [running for president]

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

Teraton Wendle, representative (D2) [running for reelection]

Civic Party – Vice President:

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

Declined:

Cecelia Paylor, previous presidential nominee, former president, and Secretary of Intelligence (D8) [running for president]

Bertram Spellings, governor (D3)

Conservative Party – Vice President:

NOMINEE: Jackson Canth, representative and brother of President Rick Canth (D2)

Withdrawn:

Lynn Germaine, Secretary of Intelligence (D4)

Declined:

Xavier Hansen, dual Conservative/Liberty governor (D10) [running for reelection]

Kaitlyn Jones, governor (D11)

Jack Oliver, Secretary of Global Development (D11)

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

Independent – Vice President:

Declared:

Pauline Crystal, district representative (D15)

Lynn Germaine, Secretary of Intelligence (D4)

Declined:

Sextimus Dalton, former VP nominee and representative (D5) [running for House of Representatives under Centre]

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