The election will be decided in the next few days.
But a number of key candidates are expected to be included in the final tally, with the two candidates in the top two in the polls expected to win a majority.
Here are the major candidates in 2020:1.
Democrat Hillary ClintonHillary Clinton has the support of 70 percent of voters who are likely to vote in the election, according to an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll released Friday.
She is ahead of her rival Bernie Sanders in the race for Democratic voters by 19 points.2.
Republican Donald TrumpDonald Trump has more than 70 percent support among likely voters, according a CNN/ORC poll released Thursday.
He leads in New Hampshire by 10 points, according the same poll.3.
Libertarian Gary JohnsonGary Johnson, the former governor of New Mexico, is the only one of the four candidates in this year’s race who is polling above 40 percent in national polls.4.
Democrat-turned-independent Evan McMullinThe Republican candidate has a clear path to victory.
He has the backing of 52 percent of likely voters and has the top name recognition in the field.5.
Independent Evan McMillanThis third-party candidate has the same support as his Democratic rival, but is also the least popular candidate in the poll.
He is polling at 10 percent in the latest survey, according NBC News.6.
Libertarian Bill WeldBill Weld is also polling at the top of the polls.
The former Republican governor of Massachusetts is polling ahead of both Clinton and Sanders by 15 points, NBC News reported.7.
Democratic nominee for president, former Secretary of State Joe BidenJoe Biden is polling among Democrats by nearly 20 points.
He also has the highest name recognition among all candidates.8.
Libertarian candidate for president and former governor, Jill SteinThe Green Party’s Jill Stein has gained traction in the last few weeks, as her campaign has garnered endorsements from major figures like former President Bill Clinton and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.9.
Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman SchultzA Democratic official told NBC News the DNC will be voting for Biden as the party’s presidential nominee in the general election.10.
Republican presidential candidate, former New Jersey Gov.
Mitt RomneyThe former Massachusetts governor is polling high among likely Democrats, according TOI.11.
Democratic presidential candidate for vice president, Mike PenceMike Pence is the leading candidate in a field of six, with 61 percent of Democratic-leaning voters supporting him, according CNN.12.
Democratic Presidential candidate, Rep. Cory GardnerCory Gardner, the youngest member of the House of Representatives, is polling well among voters in his district, which is in New Mexico.
He trails Clinton by 11 points in the Real Clear Politics average of recent polls.13.
Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, Joe ManchinJoe Manchin is the most popular Republican in the Senate race, according Politico.
He beat out Sens.
Cory Booker and Joe Donnelly in a recent poll, according Reuters/Ipsos polling.14.
Republican vice presidential candidate Mike PenceThis GOP vice presidential contender has gained ground in recent weeks, according Real ClearPolitics.15.
Democratic congressional candidate, Joe DonnoeThe Indiana congressman has the most favorable numbers in the state, according CBS News.16.
Republican U.N. ambassador, Nikki Haley Nikki Haley is a leading contender for the role, CBS News reported Friday.17.
Democratic Congressional candidate for New York’s 6th district, John ConyersJohn Conyers is leading the Democratic primary field for Congress in the 6th District.
He received just over 17 percent support from Democrats in a survey released Thursday, according New York Daily News.18.
Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump Donald Trump is polling very well among Democrats in the early voting states of Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada.
He’s leading Clinton by 8 points in those states, according Fox News.19.
Democrat presidential candidate Rep. Maxine WatersMaxine Waters is the first female member of Congress, according Bloomberg Politics.
She was endorsed by former President Barack Obama and Democratic National Chairman Tom Perez, Bloomberg reported.20.
Republican Party’s nominee for vice presidential nominee, Sen. Tim ScottTim Scott is polling below 40 percent support in the CBS News/YouGov poll, but the former U. S. Attorney has a large lead over his Democratic opponent, NBC reported.21.
Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Nancy Pelosi has won a landslide victory in her bid for re-election as the first woman speaker of the U. K. House of Commons.
She secured a landslide majority of seats in the House, becoming the first Democratic speaker to win re-elections in more than a century, according TIME.22.
Democratic U.K. Parliamentarian, Stella CreasyStella Creasy, the country’s most senior female member, is leading her party’s campaign in the U and British elections.23.
Democratic Senate candidate Kamala HarrisKamala Harris, the first Asian-American woman to