Several candidates for president will appear on the Democratic ballot this year, even though some of the names have already dropped out of the race.
Not all candidates that remain in the race have full delegate slates on the ballot, either. Should a candidate win a delegate but not have one on the ballot in that district, the party has a process for naming a delegate at a later time.
The Democratic presidential candidates appearing on the ballot are: Sen. Amy J. Klobuchar of Minnesota; former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick; Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont; former Vice Pres. Joseph R. Biden; former New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg; Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren; former South Bend, Ind. Mayor Pete Buttigieg; hedge fund manager Tom Steyer; entrepreneur Andrew Yang; Sen. Michael Bennet of Colorado; former U.S. Rep. from Maryland, John K. Delaney; U.S. Rep. from Hawaii, Tulsi Gabbard; and Sen. Cory Booker of New Jersey.
Only Klobuchar, Sanders, Biden, Warren, Buttigieg and Yang field delegates in any of the state’s 18 Congressional districts, and only Biden, Sanders and Warren have delegates in all districts.
12th District: 2 males, 3 females
Klobuchar: Linda York, Belleville; Barbara Brumfield, Fairview Heights;
Warren: Phillip Matthews, Cairo; Kerry Warren-Couch, Mascoutah; Andrew Lopinot, O’fallon; Elizabeth Hunter, Carbondale; Christopher Baker, Waterloo
Sanders: Georgia L. De La Garza, Carbondale; Lynne Schwartzhoff, Belleville; Ken Sharkey, Fairview Heights; Matt Welser, Granite City; Nathaniel M. Keener, Alton
Yang: Allan Blessing, Murphysboro
Biden: Latoya Greenwood, East St. Louis; Jay Hoffman, Swansea; Sherry Tite, East Alton; Chris Belt, Cahokia; John Gulley, Benton
15th District: 1 male, 2 females
Sanders: Amanda Benefiel, Marshall; Germaine Light, Danville; Mitchell Esslinger, Strasburg
Warren: Cynthia E. Cunningham, St. Joseph; Samuel Reiss, Sidney; Rachel Smith-Bolton, Mahomet
Biden: Natalie Phelps Finnie, Elizabethtown; Patrick H. Scates, Carmi; Vivian Robinson, Harrisburg