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رقابت‌های مقدماتی ریاست‌جمهوری حزب جمهوری‌خواه (۲۰۲۰)

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رقابت‌های مقدماتی ریاست‌جمهوری حزب جمهوری‌خواه (۲۰۲۰)
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رقابت‌های مقدماتی ریاست جمهوری حزب جمهوری‌خواه (۲۰۲۰) (انگلیسی: Republican Party presidential primaries, 2020) بامجموعه‌ای از رقابتهای الکترال حزب جمهوریخواه در ۵۰ ایالت آمریکا، واشینگتن دی. سی و پنج مکان از قلمروهای ایالات متحده آمریکا برگزار خواهد شد. این انتخابات برنامه‌ریزی برای انتخاب ۲۴۷۲هیئت برای این که به کنوانسیون ملی حزب جمهوریخواه اعزام شوند. در آنجا نامزد جمهوریخواه برای احراز پست ریاست جمهوری ایالات متحده انتخاب می‌شود.

نامزدان اعلام شده

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نام تولد تجربه ایالت تاریخ اعلام Ref.

دونالد ترامپ
۰۱۹۴۶−۰۶−۱۴ ۱۴ ژوئن ۱۹۴۶

کوئینز، نیویورک
رئیس‌جمهور آمریکا (۲۰۱۷–۲۰۲۱)
نیویورک

دونالد ترامپ ۲۰۲۰ کمپین مبارزات انتخاباتی ریاست جمهور
کمپین: ۰۲۰۱۷−۰۲−۱۷ ۱۷ فوریه ۲۰۱۷
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بیل ولد
۰۱۹۴۵−۰۷−۳۱ ۳۱ ژوئیه ۱۹۴۵

اسمیت‌تاون، نیویورک
فرماندار ماساچوست (۱۹۹۱–۱۹۹۷)
حزب آزادی‌خواه برای معاون ریاست جمهوری ایالات متحده آمریکا معاون رئیس‌جمهور درانتخابات ریاست‌جمهوری
سنای ایالات متحده آمریکا از ماساچوست در انتخابات ایالتی سنای ماساچوست۱۹۹۶

ماساچوست

کمپین
کمیته تحقیقاتی: ۰۲۰۱۹−۰۲−۱۵ ۱۵ فوریه ۲۰۱۹
کمپین: ۰۲۰۱۹−۰۴−۱۵ ۱۵ آوریل ۲۰۱۹

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افرادی که به‌طور عمومی ابراز علاقه کرده‌اند

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افرادی که در این بخش طی شش ماه گذشته ابراز علاقه کرده‌اند در حال کمپین رقابت برای رئیس‌جمهور هستند..


انصراف از کاندیداتوری

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افرادی که در این بخش موضوع گمانه‌زنی ریاست جمهوری سال ۲۰۲۰بوده‌اند، اما در عمل از راه‌یابی به کاخ سفید در انتخابات ۲۰۲۰ اعلام انصراف کرده‌اند..

جستارهای وابسته

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تاییدیه

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دونالد ترامپ

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فهرست حامیان دونالد ترامپ در انتخابات ریاست جمهوری ایالات متحده آمریکا

کمپین ریاست‌جمهوری دونالد ترامپ، ۲۰۲۰

توضیحات

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