THIRD PARTY and
here to view our Ballot Access Chart: See who is on the Presidential
ballot in your state
THE CONSTITUTION PARTY NOMINEES ALSO APPEAR ON SOME STATE BALLOTS
UNDER THE BANNER OF VARIOUS STATE AFFILIATE PARTIES SUCH AS
THE ALASKA INDEPENDENCE PARTY, THE NEBRASKA PARTY, AND THE INDEPENDENT
AMERICAN PARTY (NEVADA).
KEYES HAS BALLOT STATUS IN STATES UNDER THE LABEL OF AMERICA'S
INDEPENDENT PARTY AND THE AMERICAN INDEPENDENT PARTY, AND IN
OTHER STATES AS AN INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE RUNNING WITH NO PARTY
AFFILIATION. THE NAME OF KEYES' VP RUNNINGMATE LISTED ON THE
BALLOT VARIES BY STATE.
NADER HAS BALLOT STATUS IN SOME STATES UNDER THE NAME OF THE
"INDEPENDENT-ECOLOGY PARTY" (AN ALTER-EGO OF HIS CANDIDACY)
AND IN OTHER STATES AS AN INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE RUNNING WITH
NO PARTY AFFILIATION.
THE SWP ALSO USES AN ALTERNATE (SURROGATE) SWP PRESIDENTIAL
NOMINEE IN SOME STATES, WHERE NEEDED, AS CALERO WAS NOT U.S.
BORN AND IS NOT CONSTITUTIONALLY QUALIFIED TO BE ON THE BALLOT.
CANDIDATES WITH BALLOT STATUS IN AT LEAST ONE STATE:
E. Allen (HeartQuake-Colorado)
Jeffrey H. "Jeff"
Boss (Independent-New Jersey)
Richard A. Duncan (Independent-Ohio) -
No Campaign Website
Lyttle (US Pacifist-Illinois)
E. McEnulty (New American Independent Party-California)
John Joseph Polachek (New Party-Illinois) - No
Photo/No Campaign Website
R. "Tom" Stevens (Objectivist-New York)
Wamboldt (We The People-Wisconsin) - No Photo/No
NONE OF THE BELOW CANDIDATES HAVE YET TO ACHIEVE BALLOT STATUS
IN ANY STATE.
P. "Steve" Adams (Independent-Kentucky)
K. Allen (Independent-Ohio)
Blake Ashby (Independent-Missouri)
Lawson Mitchell Bone (Independent-Tennessee)
John K. Bootie
Clark B. Braxton
H. Clark (Independent-Maryland)
Orion Karl Daley
(Balanced Party-New York)
J. Dardzinski (Write In-Michigan)
Michael L. Faith (Independent-Ohio)
Fortuna (Ward Republic Party-Iowa)
"John Galt Jr." Gascon (Independent-Pennsylvania)
(United Fascist Union-Pennsylvania)
Leonard C. Habermehl (Independent-Kentucky)
(Madisonian Federalist Party-Texas)
Ronald Hobbs (Independent-Pennsylvania)
Brian Holland (National
Yonyuth Hongsakaphadana (Independent-Connecticut)
Ingram (Independent-North Carolina)
Paul Jensen (Independent
Russell Judd (Independent-New Mexico)
Kingrey (Independent-New Hampshire)
David Koch (Independent-Utah)
William R. "Bill"
Lou Kujawski (Independent-Ohio)
E. Lloyd-Duffie (Independent-Illinois)
James E. Lundeen
Maxham (Give Me Back America Party-New Jersey)
Milnes (Independent-New Jersey)
Phillip W. Morrow
Kevin Mottus (Independent-California)
Gary Nettles (Independent-Florida)
"Petro" Petkevicius (Independent-Louisiana)
John Leroy Plemons (Independent-Indiana)
Arthur J. Regan
Joe" Schriner (Independent-Ohio)
Schwarz (Youth International Party-New York)
Jonathon “The Impaler”
Sharkey (Vampire, Witches & Pagan Party-New Jersey)
Da Vid (Light Party-California)
Washington (Humanist Party-New York)
Jerry White (Socialist
in Action: P2008 - A great site has lots of detailed
information on the 2008 Presidential contest. Published by Eric
Appleman of GWU. Eric has been covering the White House races
starting with the 2000 elections. Very useful, well balanced.
A great resource.
Ruffini: 2008 Presidential Wire - Ruffini -- who
was the website designer and Internet strategist for the 2004
Bush/Cheney campaign -- launched this nice news aggregator site
in '05 to track all of the news and blog stories on the possible
White House candidates from the two major parties.
Next Prez - This
blog site tracks lots of the key, mainstream news stories about
the various hopefuls.
Primaries 2008 - Another
blog site tracking the various hopefuls seeking the Democratic
and Republican Presidential nominations.
Office 2008 - Not
even published in the US, but this site is a good non-partisan
blog for tracking news on the 2008 race. Published by Daniel
Owens in the UK.
Hampshire Political Library - This site contains
just about anything you could ever want to know about the influential
New Hampshire Presidential primary -- including a directory
of every candidate who ever ran in the NH primary. Maintained
by the New Hampshire State Library, Franklin Pierce College,
University of New Hampshire, St. Anselm College, the New Hampshire
State Archives and the New Hampshire Historical Society.
White House 2008 - 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 2008 race, simply visit this site.
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. Covers the various likely
Presidential candidates. Constantly updated.
Access News - This respected publication -- founded
in 1985 by Libertarian activist Richard Winger -- tracks the
attempts of third party and independent candidates for various
offices to secure ballot access in the 50 states. The site also
tracks changes in the law, court challenges and other interesting
tidbits of third party news you usually won't find elsewhere.
Use this page to stay current on which third party and independent
candidates will and won't appear on your state's general election
ballot in November 2008
of U.S. Presidential Elections - Dave Leip prepared
this very informative site, which provides historic voting results
from the Presidential general elections of 1860-2004 and --
when it rolls around -- the 2008 Presidential primaries. Covers
the vote totals for the major party nominees and the top 2 or
3 third party nominees in each race. Colorful maps and graphs,
on Presidential Debates - Established by leaders of
the two major parties to ensure that debates remain a permanent
part of every general election, this nonprofit and bipartisan
organization sponsored all the general election Presidential
debates since 1988. Their controversial and restrictive participation
rules largely exclude third party candidates (even the major
ones) from participating in these nationally televised debates.
One of the groups protesting these restrictions is DebateThis.org.
Department of State: Foreign Press Center - What is
the difference between a caucus and a primary? How do nominating
conventions work? What about the popular vote versus the electoral
college vote? If you need a better understanding of the American
Presidential election process, check out this informative site.
The State Department runs this site to help inform foreign journalists
about how the US political process works.
- No one pays much attention to Vice Presidents -- or, at least,
they didn't used to -- except for these guys. History, trivia,
quotes, bios, and more.
- An online museum of Presidential campaign brochures, bumper
stickers and key speches from 1960 through the 2008 campaign.
A great site for political junkies.
Living Room Candidate - The American Museum of
the Moving Image presents this great online museum of Presidential
campaign TV commercials. The ads, which cover every election
since 1952 (Ike vs. Stevenson), are an amazing resource.
P2004 and Politics1:
P2000 - Our archived pages from the 2004 and 2000
Presidential races. We're not updating them any longer, but
we've kept them online if you're still looking for them. And,
yes, we know many of the links there have gone bad ... and that
some point to sites that are now pornographic ... but, I'll
repeat, we're not updating them anymore. Think of them as sentimental