Who Should You Vote For In the 2020 Presidential Election? This Quiz Will Tell You

The 2020 presidential primary race for Democrats has officially narrowed to just three candidates, although only two, Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders, are viably in delegate contention for the party nomination to face President Donald Trump in November.

The embedded quiz below may assist voters and curious political newcomers in figuring out who to vote for in the 2020 presidential race, which sees former Vice President Biden as the current delegate frontrunner following his decisive victories in a majority of Super Tuesday contests.

Biden currently has 664 pledged delegates compared to Vermont Senator Sanders who is trailing just behind with 573 standing with his campaign.

Under Democratic National Committee rules, candidates need to acquire 1,991 or more pledged delegates to secure the nomination at the July Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Should neither Democratic candidate win a majority of pledged delegates by the end of the primary process, then unpledged delegates - particularly DNC party leaders and officials - will be allowed to vote.

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Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard is still officially in the Democratic presidential primary race, although she has only garnered two delegates throughout all of this year's contests.

Trump has overwhelmingly received Republican Party support for his re-election in November, staving off contenders including former GOP Illinois congressman Joe Walsh and former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld to secure his nomination at the August Republican National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina.

March holds several Democratic primary contests including this Tuesday's races in six states: Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Idaho, North Dakota and Washington. Sanders won the 2016 Michigan presidential primary election against Hillary Clinton. Michigan has the most delegates at stake this Tuesday among all the day's contests.

Additional Democratic primary contests are set to take place on Saturday, March 14 with caucuses in Guam and Northern Mariana. On March 17, in Arizona, Florida, Illinois and Ohio. On March 24, Georgia will hold a Democratic primary and on March 29, Puerto Rico will hold the final March primary contest among Democrats.

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The quiz below asks about topics ranging from drone strikes to U.S. backing of Israel. Additionally, the query seeks answers regarding four-year college financial aid packages and other education policies which differ among the candidates.

Just prior to last week's Super Tuesday contests, Democratic candidates Michael Bloomberg, former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar all dropped out of the race and endorsed Biden's presidential campaign. Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren also dropped out, but has so far not endorsed either Sanders or Biden.

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This quiz may help you decide as the 2020 presidential race for Democrats has officially narrowed to just three candidates, with only two, Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders, in contention for the party nomination to face Donald Trump in November. Stephen Maturen/Getty
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