2020 is set to be the stage for the United State’s next presidential election. Each candidate is taking donations from their supporters in order to fund rallies and other projects for their campaigns.
Some of these candidates are accepting Apple Pay so that users can donate to their presidential campaigns with one of the most secure payment methods out there right now.
Here are the following 2020 presidential candidates that accept Apple Pay as a form of payment:
- Donald Trump (Republican/Current president)
- Joe Biden (Democrat)
- Elizabeth Warren (Democrat)
- Cory Booker (Democrat)
- Pete Buttigieg (Democrat)
- Bernie Sanders (Democrat)
- Andrew Yang (Democrat)
- Amy Klobuchar (Democrat)
- Tulsi Gabbard (Democrat)
Essentially, all of the 2020 presidential candidates are accepting donations with Apple Pay.
To do this, in my experience, you must be using a device like an iPhone or iPad that has Apple Pay enabled on it. It also works on the Mac too as long as you either use Touch ID on the MacBook Air or MacBook Pro, or verify the payment on your iPhone.
To make things even better, if you use your Apple Card with the donation, you can get 2 percent in Daily Cash. In this case, it’s like getting a small perk for making a donation to your favorite presidential candidate.
Let us know in the comments if you plan on donating to your preferred presidential candidate because of this!
UPDATE (12/21/2019): It appears as though President Donald Trump has pulled his Donate with Apple Pay button from his donate page, making it so that his supporters can no longer donate to him with Apple Pay. We will update the article if the button and Apple Pay support returns.
UPDATE (12/21/2019): We have put Donald Trump back after it has been found that you can donate to his campaign with Apple Pay again. In order to do this, you must go to his website’s “Contribute” page, where you have to enter in the dollar amount you would like to donate and then go to the payment section, where you should be able to find the “Donate with Apple Pay” button.