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NOTE: THE PRESIDENCY 2000 PAGES WILL NOT BE UPDATED AFTER DECEMBER 2000. PLEASE VISIT POLITICS1'S THE PRESIDENCY PAGE FOR CURRENT INFORMATION.

Democrats, Republicans, third party candidates and Independents ... if they ran for President in 2000, you can find them ALL here ... plus other P2000 resources!!


DEMOCRATIC PARTY

Al Gore Jr. Joe Lieberman Al Gore Jr. (Tennessee)
Presidential Nominee

Joe Lieberman (Connecticut)
Vice Presidential Nominee

OTHER DEMOCRATIC PARTY CANDIDATES


REPUBLICAN PARTY

George W. Bush (Texas)
Presidential Nominee

Dick Cheney (Wyoming)
Vice Presidential Nominee
George W. Bush Dick Cheney

OTHER REPUBLICAN PARTY CANDIDATES


THIRD PARTY CANDIDATES
with Ballot Status:

CONSTITUTION PARTY
& INDEPENDENT AMERICAN PARTY
Howard Phillips (Virginia)
Presidential Nominee

Curt Frazier (Missouri)
Vice Presidential Nominee
Howard Phillips Curt Frazier

OTHER CONSTITUTION PARTY CANDIDATES


GRASSROOTS PARTY
Denny Lane Denny Lane (Vermont)
Presidential Nominee

Dale Wilkinson (Minnesota)
Vice Presidential Nominee

GREEN PARTY
& AMERICAN REFORM PARTY
Ralph Nader (Connecticut)
Presidential Nominee

Winona LaDuke (Minnesota)
Vice Presidential Nominee
Ralph Nader Winona LaDuke

OTHER GREEN PARTY CANDIDATES


LIBERTARIAN PARTY
Harry Browne Art Olivier Harry Browne (Tennessee)
Presidential Nominee

Art Olivier (California)
Vice Presidential Nominee

RENEGADE L.P. TICKET (WITH BALLOT STATUS ONLY IN ARIZONA):
L. Neil Smith (Colorado) - Presidential Candidate
Vin Suprynowicz (Nevada) - Vice Presidential Candidate

OTHER LIBERTARIAN PARTY CANDIDATES


NATURAL LAW PARTY
John Hagelin (Iowa)
Presidential Nominee

Nat Goldhaber (California)
Vice Presidential Nominee
John Hagelin Nat Goldhaber

PROHIBITION PARTY
Earl Dodge Dean Watkins Earl Dodge (Colorado)
Presidential Nominee

Dean Watkins (Arizona)
Vice Presidential Nominee

REFORM PARTY
& RIGHT TO LIFE PARTY
Pat Buchanan (Virginia)
Presidential Nominee

Ezola Foster (California)
Vice Presidential Nominee
Pat Buchanan Ezola Foster

OTHER REFORM PARTY CANDIDATES


SOCIALIST PARTY USA
David McReynolds Mary Cal Hollis David McReynolds (New York)
Presidential Nominee

Mary Cal Hollis (Colorado)
Vice Presidential Nominee

SOCIALIST WORKERS PARTY
James Harris (Georgia)
Presidential Nominee

Maggie Trowe (Minnesota)
Vice Presidential Nominee
James Harris Maggie Trowe

WORKERS WORLD PARTY
Monica Moorehead Gloria LaRiva Monica Moorehead (New Jersey)
Presidential Nominee

Gloria LaRiva (California)
Vice Presidential Nominee

INDEPENDENT CANDIDATES:

CANDIDATES WITH BALLOT STATUS:

Cathy Gordon Brown (I-Tennessee)
Randall Venson (I-Tennessee)
Louie Youngkeit (I-Utah)

WRITE-IN CANDIDATES:

A.J. Albritton (American Republican Party-Mississippi)
Paris Alvarez (I-Florida)
Dave Barry (I-Florida)
Guy Benintendi (I-Colorado)
Paula Bennett (I-Nebraska)
Thomas Bentley (Progressive Party-New York)
John T. Brantley (I-Georgia)
Stephen Brown (I-Virginia)
Jerry Leon Carroll (I-California)
Ronald R. Carlsen (I-Nevada)
Ronald Carter (I-Texas)
Alan Caruba (Boring Party-New Jersey)
Richard G. Casebolt (I-Illinois)
Clifford R. Catton (Church of God Party-New York)
Quentin Colgan (I-California)
Fred Cook (Christian Alliance-Georgia)
Charles Doty (I-Oklahoma)
Ernest L. Easton (Veterans Industrial Party-Indiana)
Max Englerius (I-Washington)
John Michael Fitzpatrick (I-California)
John Galt Jr. (I-Pensylvania)
George J. Gehring (I-California)
Robert Gottier (I-California)
Jack Grimes (United Fascist Union-Delaware)
Richard Alan Hale (I-California)
Russell Hirschon (I-D.C.)
Michael Jenkins (Priorities Party-Virginia)
Kurt Kemp (I-Indiana)
Robert Donald Kilgallon (Pennsylvania)
Matt Klemmensen (I-California)
Temperance Alesha Lance-Council (Anti-Hypocrisy Party-California)
Rick Lovelien (I-Oklahoma)
Les Lummis (I-Guam)
Bradford J. Lyttle (US Pacifist Party-Illinois)
Mike B. Martisko (National Sovereignty Party-West Virginia)
Isabelle Masters (Looking Back Party-Kansas)
Barry McClain (I-California)
Aristedes Mendes (I-New York)
Neil R. Miller (I-California)
Richard R. Monts (I-Massachusetts)
Bruce Muckian (I-Washington)
Bruce S. Nelson (Optimization Party-Europe)
Joe Newman (I-Arizona)
Andisheh "Andy" Nouraee (I-Georgia)
Randy Owens (I-Virginia)
Jim Oyster (I-Virginia)
Bernie Palicki (I-Alabama)
Scott Palmer (I-Indiana)
Jeffrey B. Peters (We The People Party-New Hampshire)
Raymond K. Petry (interParty-Hawaii)
Charles A. Phillips (I-California)
Burton Ridgeway (I-California)
Don Rogers (American Party-California)
Robin Lee Salyers (I-Kentucky)
Donald Sauter (I-Maryland)
Joe C. "Average Joe" Schriner (I-Ohio)
Lacey Mark Sivak (I-Idaho)
R.U. Sirius (The Revolution-Illinois)
Mike Strauss (Mike's Party-Massachusetts)
Jeff Sturk (Buffalo Party-Virginia)
Scott Taylor (I-Texas)
Charles Gordon Vick (I-Tennessee)
Da Vid (Light Party-California)
Jim Watkins (Tupperware Party-Indiana)
William L. Wallace (The Church-Alabama)
Tom Wells (Family Values Party-Florida)
Rick Williams (I-Tennessee)
Jeffrey G. Winter (I-California)
James W. Wright (I-Texas)
David Wyatt (I-Florida)
Abraham Zizkis (I-Connecticut)

OTHER INDEPENDENT/WRITE-IN CANDIDATES (INCLUDING INACTIVE CANDIDATES)


Recent Polls

PollingReport.com: White House 2000 - Why bother reinventing the wheel and writing our own poll tracking page when this excellent page already exists? To follow the trends in all of the latest polls in the Presidency 2000 race, simply visit this great page!


Other Useful P2000 Sites

Project Vote Smart - A very useful directory of P2000 candidates, with basic bio information, primary results and links. Eventually, the site will also feature detailed issue survey responses from the various candidates.

C-SPAN: Road to the White House - Information, links and some streaming video events from one of the nation's leading sources of raw political television coverage. Seemingly updated weekly.

Washington Post: White House 2000 - Regularly updated Post articles on the candidates and events of the P2000 campaign trail.

Issues 2000 - This very useful site tracks the views espoused by the various leading Presidential candidates. Covering a wide array of issues, the site has both simple position graphs and detailed statements on all of the major issues. This non-partisan site seeks to provide "information for voters ... so that votes can be based on issues rather than on personalities and popularity."

Democracy in Action: P2000 - A great site with lots of detailed information on all of the leading Presidential candidates. Very useful -- although be patient as the first page takes a while to load (but it's worth the wait).

White House 2000 - Northern Illinois University Professor Avi Bass presents this list of assorted links related to various Presidential candidates in 2000. Lists official and unofficial sites for serious and not-so-serious candidates.

Ballot Access News - This important publication tracks the attempts of third party and independent candidates to secure ballot access in the various states. Use this page to stay current on which candidates will and won't appear on your state's general election ballot in November 2000.

Electoral Polling Map - ElectYou.com -- a Georgia political web site design firm -- presents this regularly updated national map tracking which Presidential candidate leads in the polls on a state-by-state basis. Obviously, this state data is important as the electoral votes -- not the popular vote -- determine the winner of the Presidential election.

Commission on Presidential Debates - Established in 1987 to ensure that debates remain a permanent part of every general election, this nonprofit and nonpartisan organization sponsored all the general election debates in 1988, 1992, and 1996 -- and are again doing so in 2000. Their controversial and restrictive participation rules -- posted on the site -- largely exclude third party candidates (even the major ones) from participating in the debates. A few of the groups protesting these restrictions are DebateThis.org, OpenTheDebates.org and Demockery2000.org.

Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections - Dave Leip prepared this very informative site, which provides historic voting results from the 2000 Presidential primaries and the Presidential general elections of 1860-1996.

SelectSmart.com - Although the pointed questions seem skewed a bit to favor conservative candidates and some questions are rather hard to answer within the rather simplistic response options (because a more complex answer may be more accurate), this site is still a lot of fun. Answer the list of nearly 20 questions, click the button and ... voila ... up pops the stats on which P2000 candidates you agree with the most.

2000 GOP.com - Run by Republican partisans, this site tracks the progress of the GOP candidates for President and Vice President. Online polls, news, candidate profiles and more.

Skeleton Closet - If you don't have anything nice to say about a Presidential candidate, then come say it here. This site prides itself on broadcasting "All the Dirt on All the Candidates ... Because character DOES matter!" The site currently contains rumors and scandals on several of the Y2K hopefuls. Even Skeleton Closet concedes that some of the posted dirt "is still a little sketchy." Are all the stories true? You decide.


Presidential Primary Results

P2000 Presidential Primary Election Results - Follow this link to find the results from the P2000 primary contests (until Bush and Gore clinched the nominations in mid-March).


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