When President Biden assumed office, he was 78 years old, older than Ronald Reagan when he left office, and 22 years older than the median age of a POTUS since 1960.
Of the 45 individuals who have served as president, 6 have chosen not to run for reelection to a 2nd full term: LBJ, James Polk, James Buchanan, Rutherford B. Hayes, Calvin Coolidge, and Harry S. Truman.
By November 15, 2023, will President Biden officially declare his campaign for re-election?
Resolves as positive if Biden files a Statement of Candidacy or a Statement of Organization of an exploratory committee for the office of president with the Federal Election Commission with respect to the 2024 cycle by 2023-11-15.
If there is no such filing by the closing date, this resolves as negative.