With the 2020 election coming up, the field of Democratic candidates challenging President Trump continues to expand. While there are a number of potential candidates who have yet to announce (Joe Biden and Beto O'Rourke, I'm looking at you), here's a breakdown of the frontrunners so far:

1. Bernie Sanders

Hometown: Brooklyn, New York

What he's been up to: Sanders is a Senator from Vermont and ran for President in 2016, he broke the one-day fundraising record by collecting $5.9 million in campaign donations in the 24 hours after his announcement

What he's running on: Medicare for All, raising the minimum wage, and tuition-free college

Education: University of Chicago (BA)

How he'd make history: If elected, Sanders would be the first Jewish President

Fun fact: Sanders is the longest-serving Independent in the history of the Senate

Watch his announcement video here

2. Kamala Harris

Hometown: Oakland, California

What she's been up to: Harris is a first-term Senator from California and has made quite an impression in committee hearings, prompting Republicans to try to silence her

What she's running on: Medicare for all and criminal justice reform

Education: Howard University (BA), University of California, Hastings (JD)

How she'd make history: If elected, Harris would be both the first Asian-American and African-American woman to be President

Fun fact: Harris attended high school in Canada

Watch her announcement video here

3. Elizabeth Warren

Hometown: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

What she's been up to: Warren is a Senator from Massachusetts and the Vice Chair of the Senate Democratic Caucus, she is known to be especially tough on big banks

What she's running on: Economic reform, consumer protection, and universal health care

Education: University of Houston (BS), Rutgers (JD)

How she'd make history: If elected, Warren would be the first President born in Oklahoma and the first female President

Fun fact: Warren graduated from high school when she was 16 years old

Watch her announcement video here

4. ​Pete Buttigieg

Hometown: South Bend, Indiana

What he's been up to: Buttigieg is the mayor of South Bend, Indiana and ran for Chair of the Democratic National Committee in 2017, he has been making the rounds on late-night shows to increase his name recognition

What he's running on: Climate change and economic reform

Education: Harvard University (BA), Pembroke College, Oxford (MA)

How he'd make history: If elected, Buttigieg would be the first openly gay President and the youngest to ever serve in the position

Fun Fact: "Mayor Pete" took a leave of absence from his mayoral duties when he was deployed to Afghanistan for seven months with the Naval Reserve

Watch his announcement video here

5. ​Amy Klobuchar

Hometown: Plymouth, Minnesota

What she's been up to:: Klobuchar is a Senator from Minnesota whose questioning of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh drew lots of attention

What she's running on: Healthcare reform, climate change, and cybersecurity

Education: Yale University (BA), University of Chicago (JD)

How she'd make history: If elected, Klobuchar would be the first female President

Fun fact: Justin Bieber once called for Klobuchar to be "locked up"

Watch her announcement video here

6. ​Cory Booker

Hometown: Harrington Park, New Jersey

What he's been up to: Booker is a Senator from New Jersey and previously served as the mayor of Newark, New Jersey, Booker is known for his passionate speaking style

What he's running on: Criminal justice reform, Medicare for all, and climate change

Education: Stanford University (BA), Queen's College, Oxford (MA), Yale University (JD)

How he'd make history: If elected, Booker would be the first vegan President

Fun fact: Booker would be the first single President since Grover Cleveland

Watch his announcement video here

7. ​Kirsten Gillibrand

Hometown: Albany, New York

What she's been up to: Gillibrand is a Senator from New York who has made a name for herself as a champion of women's rights

What she's running on: Raising the minimum wage, paid family leave, and climate change

Education: Dartmouth College (BA), University of California, Los Angeles (JD)

How she'd make history: If elected, Gillibrand would be the first President to graduate from Dartmouth College and the first female President

Fun fact: While studying abroad in Beijing, Gillibrand roomed with future Friday Night Lights star Connie Britton

Watch her announcement video here

8. Jay Inslee

Hometown: Seattle, Washington

What he's been up to: Inslee is the Governor of Washington and has drawn praise for his progressive policies to combat climate change

What he's running on: Climate change, criminal justice reform, and education reform

Education: University of Washington (BA), Willamette University (JD)

How he'd make history: If elected, Inslee would be the first President who was born in Washington.

Fun fact: Inslee is a fifth-generation Washingtonian

Watch his announcement video here