Nineteen major* 2020 Democratic presidential candidates have signed the No Fossil Fuel Money pledge. These signers are listed below, as well as the one major candidate on the Democratic side who has not yet signed the pledge. Four previous presidential candidates who have signed the pledge but are no longer in the race are also listed below.

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Presidential Candidate Signers

Michael Bennet

U.S. Senate (CO)

Joe Biden

Former U.S. Vice President

Cory Booker

U.S. Senate (NJ)

Pete Buttigieg

Mayor of South Bend (IN)

Julián Castro

Former U.S. Sec. of HUD

Bill de Blasio

Mayor of New York (NY)

John Delaney

Former U.S. Rep. (MD-06)

Tulsi Gabbard

U.S. Rep. (HI-02)

Kamala Harris

U.S. Senate (CA)

Amy Klobuchar

U.S. Senate (MN)

Wayne Messam

Mayor of Miramar (FL)

Beto O'Rourke

Former U.S. Rep. (TX-16)

Tim Ryan

U.S. Rep. (OH-13)

Bernie Sanders

U.S. Senate (VT)

Joe Sestak

Former U.S. Rep. (PA-07)

Elizabeth Warren

U.S. Senate (MA)

Marianne Williamson


Presidential Candidates Not Yet Signed

Steve Bullock

Governor of Montana

Previous Presidential Candidate Signers

Kirsten Gillibrand

U.S. Senate (NY)

Jay Inslee

Governor of Washington

Seth Moulton

U.S. Rep. (MA-06)

Eric Swalwell

U.S. Rep. (CA-15)

* = “major” candidates according to the New York Times‘ tracker of Presidential candidates