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Presidency2004: Ballot Access

Use this page to track which Presidential candidates have qualified for ballot spots in the various states. A question mark ("?") indicates a legal challenge is pending. "w/i" indicates the person is running as a filed write-in candidate in a state.

Note #1: Republican nominee George W. Bush and Democratic nominee John Kerry have automatic ballot status in all 50 states and DC, so they are not included in the chart below.

Note #2: Socialist Workers Party nominee Roger Calero is a naturalized US citizen who is constitutionally ineligible to be President. His ballot status below also includes the stand-in slate headed by substitute SWP nominee James Harris in those states where Calero was legally barred from ballot access.

Updated: October 23, 2004

 
Amondson
Badnarik
Brown
Calero
Cobb
Dodge
Jay
Nader
Parker
Peltier
Peroutka
VanAuken
Other Independents
AL
 
x
         
x
   
x
   
AK
 
x
   
x
   
x
   
x
   
AZ
 
x
         
w/i
         
AR
 
x
   
x
   
x
   
x
   
CA
 
x
   
x
   
w/i
 
x
x
   
CO
x
x
x
x
x
x
 
x
   
x
x
CT
 
x
   
x
   
x
   
x
   
DE
 
x
x
 
x
   
x
   
x
   
DC
 
x
 
x
x
   
x
         
FL
 
x
x
x
x
   
x
   
x
   
GA
 
x
         
w/i
   
w/i
 
@
HI
 
x
   
x
               
ID
 
x
         
 
   
x
   
IL
 
x
         
 
   
w/i
   
IN
 
x
w/i
 
w/i
   
w/i
       
*
IA
 
x
 
x
x
   
x
   
x
x
 
KS
 
x
   
w/i
   
x
   
x
   
KY
 
x
         
x
   
x
   
LA
x
x
x
x
x
   
x
   
x
   
ME
 
x
   
x
   
x
   
x
   
MD
 
x
   
x
   
x
   
x
 
#
MA
 
x
   
x
   
w/i
         
MI
 
x
x
 
x
   
x
   
x
   
MN
 
x
 
x
x
   
x
   
x
x
MS
 
x
 
x
x
   
x
   
x
   
MO
 
x
               
x
   
MT
 
x
   
x
   
x
   
x
   
NE
 
x
 
x
x
   
x
   
x
   
NV
 
x
   
x
   
x
   
x
   
NH
             
x
   
w/i
   
NJ
 
x
x
x
x
   
x
   
x
x
 
NM
 
x
   
x
   
x
   
x
   
NY
 
x
 
x
     
x
   
w/i
   
NC
 
x
w/i
 
w/i
   
w/i
         
ND
 
x
         
x
   
x
   
OH
 
x
               
x
w/i
 
OK
 
?
                     
OR
 
x
   
x
   
w/i
   
x
   
PA
 
x
   
x
   
 
   
x
   
RI
 
x
   
x
   
x
x
 
x
   
SC
 
x
x
 
x
   
x
   
x
   
SD
 
x
         
x
   
x
   
TN
 
x
         
x
   
x
   
TX
 
x
w/i
 
w/i
   
w/i
   
w/i
 
^
UT
 
x
w/i
x
x
 
x
x
   
x
   
VT
 
x
 
x
     
x
x
 
w/i
   
VA
 
x
         
w/i
   
x
   
WA
 
x
 
x
x
   
x
x
 
x
x
 
WV
 
x
   
w/i
   
x
   
w/i
   
WI
 
x
x
x
x
   
x
   
w/i
   
WY
 
x
         
x
   
x
   

† = COLORADO: Stanford E. "Andy" Andress for President (Independent); John Joseph Kennedy for President (Write-In).
@ = GEORGIA: Lawson M. Bone for President (Write-In); David C. Byrne for President (Write-In); John Joseph Kennedy for President (Write-In); James Alexander Pace for President (Write-In); Tom Trancredo for President (Write-In).
* = INDIANA: Lawson M. Bone for President (Write-In); John Joseph Kennedy for President (Write-In).
# = MARYLAND: Lawson M. Bone for President (Write-In); Robert A. Boyle II for President (Write-In); Theodis "Ted" Brown Sr. for President (Write-In); Joe Schriner for President (Write-In)
‡ = MINNESOTA: Thomas J. Harens for President (Christian Freedom Party).
^ = TEXAS: Deborah Elaine Allen for President (Write-In); Andrew J. Falk for President (Write-In); John Joseph Kennedy for President (Write-In).

 

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