|Campaign||2020 U.S. primary elections|
|Candidate|| Buddy Calhoun|
Governor of Nevada
|Status|| Announced: March 2019|
Suspended: July 26, 2020
The 2020 presidential campaign of Buddy Calhoun, the current governor of Nevada since 2018, was announced in March 2019.
He formally launched his campaign at Western Community College with his wife and two handicapped people. He talked about how much he loves Jesus and his country.
Calhoun announced his campaign at Western Community College in March 2019. At the first primary debate in May 2019, Calhoun kept getting interrupted by the other candidates.
It's possible that Calhoun won his home state of Nevada during the primaries. By the time of the 2020 National Convention, Calhoun had accumulated 420 delegates, placing fourth overall. During the convention, Calhoun struck a deal with Selina Meyer to give her support if she were to overturn gay marriage.
Calhoun's candidacy came to an end on July 26, 2020, when Meyer became the party nominee.