The people hoping to become Rhode Island’s next lieutenant governor include past and present state legislators, a TV weatherman, a former GOP congressional candidate, the president of the Providence City Council, the 2018 Democratic rival of the current LG, and dozens of others.

In a statement, Lt. Gov. Dan McKee said he will announce his selection after he gets sworn in as governor, which is expected to happen later this month.

“I am heartened by the response we received from Rhode Islanders who are interested in getting involved to strengthen our state,” McKee said in a statement. “I thank them for sharing their unique perspectives on how the Lieutenant Governor position can help move Rhode Island forward as we roll out vaccines and rebuild our economy.”

McKee is poised to become governor since Gov. Gina Raimondo has been nominated to be U.S. commerce secretary. Her nomination has been delayed, but is expected to hit the full Senate in late February.

Here is the full list of applicants for lieutenant governor, which were vetted for authenticity by McKee’s transition:

Robert Albanese

Dana Amore

Ray Berberick

Elizabeth Beretta-Perik

James Black

Maria Bucci

John Bushee

John Carlevale, Sr.

Dylan Conley

Caswell Cooke

Daniel Cooke

Marco Cross

Christopher Curran

Michelle David

T.J. DelSanto

Andrew Demosthenous

Michael DeRobbio

Grace Diaz

James Diossa

Louis DiPalma

Shirley Francis-Fraser

Joanne Giannini

Jared Goodwin

Alan Gustafson

William Guthrie

Jake Hall

Robert Hamel

Jeffery Hutton

David Iwuc

Paul Kluk

Robert Lafleur

Jason Lavimodiere

Ted LeBlond

Tracy Loignon

Michael Mancuso

Mathew Mannix

Ray Mathieu

Sabina Matos

Kyle McCurdy

Rachael McIntosh

Timothy Meyers

Donna Nesselbush

Camille Nixon

Keith Oliveira

Michael Payette

Lisa Pelosi

Michael Pisaturo

Riley Rancourt

Lisa Ranglin

Aaron Regunberg

Jonathan Riccitelli

Spencer Rickert

Michael Riley

Christopher Rock

Peter Russo

Matthew Santos

Donald Sherman

Stuart Spitalnic

Christopher Stanley

Anastasia Williams