Currently leading the primaries with 45 declared delegates and topping all major polls with an average of between 27% and 32%, Bernie Sanders, 78, seems like a likely candidate for the general election. He now faces off against the more moderate Biden.
Former Vice President Joe Biden, 76, currently appeals to around 18% of voters per the RCP average and has earned 15 delegates thus far. He now holds endorsements from former candidates Buttigieg, Klobuchar, and Bloomberg.
Mike Bloomberg is a billionaire who owns the renowned software company, Bloomberg. His political experience comprises serving as the mayor of New York City from 2002 to 2013. However, he dropped out Wednesday after a poor Super Tuesday showing.
At eight declared delegates and an RPC average of 12.4%, Warren remains among the top contenders. However, earlier on in the season, Warren was topping polls, beating out Sanders. However, she dropped out Thursday after Super Tuesday.
As the youngest primary candidate, Pete Buttigieg, age 38, would have been the first gay man to serve as the U.S. President. Buttigieg is also a veteran who served in Afghanistan. However, Buttigieg dropped out of the race Sunday.
Serving as senior Senator from Minnesota currently has seven declared delegates and an RPC average of 5.4%. However, she dropped out of the race just before Super Tuesday.