The 2024 Republican National Convention will be held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin which was also the site of the 2000 Democratic National Convention.

The site of the 2024 Democratic National Convention has not been selected. Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, and New York City have submitted bids.

President Biden has proposed a reordering of the primary calendar for 2024 which has been accepted by the DNC’s Rules and Bylaws Committee. To move forward, the recommendation must be approved by the full DNC which will hold a meeting in early February 2023. The proposed order of primaries is February 3rd, South Carolina; February 6th, New Hampshire, and Nevada; February 13th, Georgia, and then Michigan on February 27th. (It is hard not to assume that this order has something to do with the role South Carolina played in his race in 2020.) Biden has proposed that the DNC review the primary calendar every four years. [WP 12/2/2022]

The following people have indicated or been commonly named as someone thinking about or planning to run for president in 2024. These lists are a result of the mining of a variety of lists published in the last few months.

For the Republican nomination (Several on this list have said they will not run if Trump runs again.):

Donald Trump
Josh Hawley – U.S. Senator
Rick Scott – U.S. Senator
Ted Cruz – U.S. Senator
Tim Scott – U.S. Senator
Marco Rubio – U.S. Senator
Liz Cheney – U.S. Representative – Wyoming – “I haven’t made a decision about that yet.”
Kristi Noem – Governor of South Dakota
Larry Hogan – Governor of Maryland
Asa Hutchison – Governor of Arkansas
Greg Abbott – Governor of Texas
Ron DeSantis – Governor of Florida
Mike Pence – Former Vice President
Mike Pompeo – Former Secretary of State
Nikki Haley – Former governor of South Carolina
Chris Christie – Former Governor New Jersey
Glenn Youngkin – Governor of Virginia
Francis Suarez – Mayor of Miami

For the Democratic nomination if Biden does not run: (The top 10 from this list, according to the Washington Post on December 3, 2022, is who are most likely to be the nominee if Biden does run.)

1. Biden, 2. Buttigieg, 3. Harris, 4. Polis, 5. Klobuchar, 6. Newsom, 7. Sanders, 8. Whitmer, 9. Shapiro, 10. Pritzker. (All of whom are on the list below.)

Gina Raimondo – Secretary of Commerce, former Governor of Rhode Island
Elizabeth Warren – U.S. Senator
Cory Booker – U.S. Senator
Sherrod Brown – U.S. Senator
Michael Bennet – U.S. Senator
Jamie Raskin – U.S. Representative, Maryland
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez – U.S. Representative, New York (She will be 35 years of age on October 13, 2024)
Roy Cooper – Governor of North Carolina
Andy Beshear – Governor of Kentucky
Phil Murphy – Governor of New Jersey
Tim Walz – Governor of Minnesota
Stacey Abrams – currently running for Governor of Georgia
Mitch Landrieu – former Mayor of New Orleans (now working to implement infrastructure bill)

There are folks who believe that one or more of these individuals will challenge Biden if he decides to run.

[Sometimes even the folks at Axios AM – Mike Allen – write things that make no sense. In their 12/3/2022 issue, it is suggested that if Warnock wins his runoff, “he could be a promising Democratic presidential candidate in 2024.”]