Which 2020 Candidate Are You Based On Your Zodiac Sign?

We don't pick our presidents based on their Zodiac signs (at least we hope no one does), but the trail to 2020 is long and winding, so let's have some fun, shall we? We spoke with astrologer Bryanna Brown, who runs StarCrossedStyle.com, to gain some insights into what the Zodiac signs of the most diverse lineup of presidential candidates in history say about their personalities — and learn what, if anything, the stars can divine about the 2020 race. For starters, Joe Biden's Scorpio energy is sure to make debate clashes interesting.
Among other observations, Brown suggested that Bernie Sanders' consistent message may have something to do with his Virgo sun sign, and that Kamala Harris' polished charm is part of being a Libra.
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Ahead, find out what the 2020 presidential candidates' astrological signs reveal about them — and which one is your Zodiac buddy.
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Aries (March 21 to April 19): Tulsi Gabbard

"What really stands out to me is how action-driven she is," Brown said of Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, born April 12, who served in a combat zone in Iraq from 2004 to 2005. Aries' ruling planet is Mars, "an action planet" that is also associated with anger and combat.
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Taurus (April 20 to May 20): Cory Booker

Sen. Cory Booker, born April 27, recently unveiled a new policy called the Rise Credit, which aims to boost middle-class incomes, helping an estimated 154 million people get a tax break. "His current platform involves creating financial improvements," said Brown. "That's a very Taurean aspect, because Tauruses are altruistic and their key needs include comfort, material ease, and wealth."
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Gemini (May 21 to June 20): Amy Klobuchar

Sen. Amy Klobuchar, born May 25, shares her sign with another presidential candidate: Donald Trump. "She is very intelligent, which comes from being a Gemini; she's an information sponge," explained Brown. "But that can also go toward gossip and ill will."
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Cancer (June 21 to July 22): Elizabeth Warren

One of Cancer's biggest priorities is a steady home life, as they're ruled by the Fourth House, the house of family and home. Many of the policies proposed by Sen. Elizabeth Warren, born June 22 — canceling student loan debt, addressing the crisis of maternal mortality — aim to help people live more harmonious domestic lives, said Brown. "While Cancers can be tenacious, they can also be overly sensitive and they tend to clam up and shut down," she added.
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Leo (July 23 to August 22): Bill Weld

It takes a brave soul to put up a primary challenge to Donald Trump, but that's exactly what the Republican former Massachusetts governor Bill Weld, born July 31, is doing. "Bill Weld is definitely a courageous Leo, because it seems like it's been hard for Republicans to go against their own party," noted Brown. "In opposing Trump, he's very confident."
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Virgo (August 23 to September 22): Bernie Sanders

"I very much see Bernie Sanders as a Virgo," said Brown. "Virgos are known for getting to the heart of the matter and organizing themselves and others," as Sen. Sanders, born September 8, has been doing with his robust army of volunteers. "They are always looking to get rid of what no longer serves them," she added, which might explain his unwavering economic-inequality message. "He wants to create radical change. It's a big mission, but I think as a Virgo he will be able to."
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Libra (September 23 to October 22): Kamala Harris

"Kamala Harris has amazing social media presence," said Brown. "She's totally a Libra: She's very polished, and has admirable charm and tact." Sen. Harris, born October 20, recently announced that, if elected president, she will take executive action on gun safety if Congress doesn't enact major gun legislation, including universal background checks and closing the boyfriend loophole. "She definitely represents a Libra's scale," said Brown. "Being against gun violence, she's a peace-keeper, as Libras are not about war."
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Scorpio (October 23 to November 21): Joe Biden

Born on November 20, former Vice President Joe Biden displays a strategic mind, which is characteristic to Scorpios, said Brown. "He's using his past in working for the Obama administration to further his goals. ... The reason Scorpios think differently from other signs is their ruling planets are different from the rest of the Zodiac. They just go about life in a different way."
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Sagittarius (November 22 to December 21): Kirsten Gillibrand

"Sagittarius' main goals are openness and honesty," said Brown. "They're generous and want to be able to expand their minds and understand as much as possible." This fits with Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, born December 9, who proposed a public campaign-financing plan recently in her continued effort to clean up elections. And, Sen. Gillibrand has admitted that she's had to do a lot of learning in order to evolve her positions on immigration and guns.
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Capricorn (December 22 to January 19): Pete Buttigieg

Capricorns are ruled by Saturn, the planet of rules and regulations, suggesting that Pete Buttigieg, born January 19, had to be extremely disciplined to become mayor of South Bend, IN, at age 29, said Brown. "His job has been the biggest priority for him, which is a very Capricorn characteristic," she explained. "Capricorns find comfort and joy in their work. If they have a goal they want to achieve, they're in it to win it," she said, referencing Buttigieg's quick rise in the polls this month.
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Aquarius (January 20 to February 18): Jay Inslee

As Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, born February 9, doubles down on combating climate change, "his priorities are thinking about the future of the country, which is a very Aquarian aspect," said Brown. "Aquariuses are the most forward-thinking of the 12 signs." Aquarius is ruled by Uranus, the planet of change and innovation, so "it's very fitting that Inslee plans on working to create a clean-energy economy and fighting climate change."
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Pisces (February 19 to March 20): Joe Schriner

There's a reason no major presidential candidate, and not many politicians in general, are Pisces, said Brown: "A lot of Pisces aren't in politics because they're sensitive people who really take in everything going on around them. I don't think most Pisces could stand to be in a place like Washington, D.C., because it's too emotionally taxing on them. Their main priorities are spiritual connection and working on inner growth."

American Solidarity Party candidate Joe Schriner, born March 3, holds it down for the Pisces in the 2020 race. Having worked as a drug and alcohol counselor, Schriner's shown his sensitive side, Brown said. Pisces' ruling planet is Neptune, which governs dreams, illusions, and the unconscious, "so in trying to help those who are addicted to drugs and alcohol, he has a handle on how to confront those sides of us that we push away from day-to-day."
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