Clockwise from top left: Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Jill Stein and Gary Johnson
NOW THAT THE Hillary Clinton has been nominated as the Democratic Party candidate for for the US presidential race, the field is finally complete.
While attention will inevitably focus on the former First Lady, and her Republic rival Donald Trump, two other candidates complete the presidential field.
The Libertarian Party has selected Gary Johnson as their candidate to run in all 50 states, following his showing last time out, when he garnered 1.2 million votes.
Jill Stein, meanwhile, will be the Green Party candidate in around half of US states - although some liberals fear she will take votes from Clinton, in the same way her predecessor Ralph Nader handed George W Bush the presidency in 2000.
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