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Presidency 2016

President Obama is barred by constitutional term limits from seeking re-election in 2016. A large crowd of candidates will likely compete for the Democratic and Republican nominations. Plus there are LOTS of likely third party and independent P2016 hopefuls. So, if a person is running, or thinking of running -- regardless of party, ballot status, or chances of winning -- we have him or her listed below. Incumbent party first, following by the main opposition party, then the third party candidates, and finally the independent and write-in hopefuls.

LEGEND:
BOLD = Announced Candidate (or Filed an Exploratory Committee)
Italics = Possible Candidate


DEMOCRATIC PARTY:

Hillary Clinton

Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (New York)
Campaign Site: HillaryClinton.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/HillaryClinton
Twitter: www.twitter.com/HillaryClinton


Bernie Sanders

US Senator Bernie Sanders (Vermont)
Campaign Site: BernieSanders.com
Government Site: Office of US Senator Bernie Sanders
Facebook: www.facebook.com/BernieSanders
Twitter: www.twitter.com/SenSanders


Rocky De La Fuente

Businessman Rocky De La Fuente (California)
Campaign Site: Rocky2016.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/VoteRocky2016
Twitter: www.twitter.com/VoteRocky2016


OTHER DEMOCRATS:

Jon Adams (New York)
Brandon Armstrong (South Carolina)
Warren Ashe (Florida)
Howell Astor (North Carolina)
James Bell (Ohio)
Christina Billings-Elias (California)
John Blyth (Illinois)
Morrison Bonpasse (Maine)
Meridi Richardson Bosley (Arizona)
Jeff Boss (New Jersey)
Philip Bralich (California)
Harry Braun (Georgia)
Arthur Brooks Jr. (Texas)
Kennedy Brown (Alabama)
Bob Bucket (California)
Edie Bukewihge (California)
Steve Burke (New York)
Pamela M. Pinkney Butts (Ohio)
President Emperor Caesar (Florida)
Andy Caffrey (California)
Willie Carter (Texas)
James Chen (California)
Celestino Chora (California)
Brittany Clark (California)
Ron Clayman (Iowa)
James Casey Collins (Florida)
Stephen Comley (New Hampshire)
George Dietrich II (West Virginia)
Andrew Donelson (Texas)
Kristi Dutton (Arizona)
Larry Ealy (Ohio)
Eric Elbot (Massachusetts)
Ronald Emrit (Nevada)
Nicholas Erwin (North Carolina)

John Forsyth (Maine)
Rich Franco (Florida)
William French (Pennsylvania)
Susan Gelber Ott (Virginia)

Gabriel Gomez (Georgia)
Jim Green (Texas)
Mark Greenstein (Connecticut)
Quancidine Gribble (North Carolina)
Neil Grimaldi (New York)
Christin Noel Griskie (Florida)
Kristopher Gutierrez (Washington)
Don Hackett Jr. (Florida)
Timothy Hagerty (Michigan)
Brianna Mayann Hammel (Indiana)
Gerald Hankins (Pennsylvania)
Mark Hardie (California)
Jason Hart (Oklahoma)
Calvis Hawes (Texas)
Tameika Hawkins (New Jersey)
Henry Hewes (New York)
Charles Hodge (California)
Robbie Hoffman (Wisconsin)
Matthew Houston (California)
Brock Hutton (Maryland)
Denny Jackson (Kentucky)
Aidan Johnson (Washington)
John Fitzgerald Johnson (Ohio)
Kyrstal Johnson (Alabama)
Larry E. Johnson (Colorado)
Kelby Jones (Arizona)
Gayle Jones-Taylor (California)
Keith Judd (Texas)
Cody Judy (Utah)
Glenn Kaminsky (California)
Mohammed Keita (New York)
Lloyd Kelso (North Carolina)
Jonathan Lavigne (West Virginia)
James "Titus The Great" Law (California)
Matthew Linder (California)
Steven Lipscomb (New Mexico)
Star Locke (Texas)
Robert Lovitt (Kentucky)
Colin Mackintosh (Illinois)
Harvey Martin (Arizona)
Paddington Massey (Arkansas)
Lonnie Mathias (California)
L.R. "Skip" Maul Jr. (Arizona)
Alyssa Dara McDowell (Kentucky)
Bill McGaughey (Minnesota)
Jeremy McKeen (Massachusetts)
Michael McMenemy (Pennsylvania)

Sherry Meadows (Texas)
Lee Mercer Jr. (Tennessee)

Daniel "Tool" Michaels (Florida)
Loretta "Leah Lax" Miller (Pennsylvania)
David Mills (West Virginia)
Julius Mogyorossy (California)
Ray Moroz (New York)
Rome Murphy II (New Jersey)
Ed O’Donnell (Pennsylvania)
James Ogle III (California)
Daniel Owens (Oregon)
Harry Pavilack (South Carolina)
Dennis Pearson (Florida)
Cathy Johnson Pendleton (Maryland)
Margie Penn (Tennessee)
Angus Perkins (Texas)
Michel Powell (South Carolina)
Bob Pribble (Florida)
Mason Purdy (Indiana)
Mary Aku Quartey (Maryland)
John Raffone (Florida)
Randall Reeves (Washington)
Lee Rhodes (New York)
Russ Rohrbacker (Colorado)
Stephen Rush (California)
Doug Schreffler (California)
Will Schroeder (Illinois)
Graham Schwass (Massachusetts)
Margaret Schweigert (New York)
Angelo Scrigna (Hawaii)
Christian Serino (Nevada)
Jerome Singleton Jr. (Louisiana)
Jesse Sisler (Illinois)
Sam Sloan (New York)
Edward Sonnino (New York)
Nicholas Sopkovich (California)
Michael Steinberg (Florida)
Mark Stewart (New Hampshire)
Vermin Supreme (Maryland)
David John Thistle (New Hampshire)
Robert Lee Tolbert (Georgia)
Michele Ann Jones Touchettgess (District of Columbia)
Ray Uhric (Pennsylvania)
James Valentine (Florida)
Aaron Vann (New Jersey)
Jimelle Walls (California)
John Walsh III (Pennsylvania)
Dave Webber (New York)
Richard Lyons Weil (Colorado)
Robby Wells (North Carolina)
Elaine Williams (Florida)
Lanine Wilson (Maryland)
Willie Wilson (Illinois)
Jeffrey Windett (West Virginia)
Brad Winslow (California)
Thomas Winterbottom (Pennsylvania)
John Wolfe (Tennessee)
John Worldpeace (New Mexico)
Susan Young (California)


REPUBLICAN PARTY:

Jeb Bush

Former Governor Jeb Bush (Florida)
Campaign Site: Jeb2016.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/JebBush
Twitter: www.twitter.com/JebBush


Ben Carson

Dr. Ben Carson (Florida)
Campaign Site: BenCarson.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/DrBenjaminCarson
Twitter: www.twitter.com/RealBenCarson


Chris Christie

Governor Chris Christie (New Jersey)
Campaign Site: ChrisChristie.com
Government Site: Office of Governor Chris Christie
Facebook: www.facebook.com/GovChrisChristie
Twitter: www.twitter.com/GovChristie


Ted Cruz

US Senator Ted Cruz (Texas)
Campaign Site: TedCruz.org
Government Site: Office of US Senator Ted Cruz
Facebook: www.facebook.com/TedCruzPage
Twitter: www.twitter.com/TedCruz


Carly Fiorina

Businesswoman Carly Fiorina (Virginia)
Campaign Site: CarlyForPresident.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/CarlyFiorina
Twitter: www.twitter.com/CarlyFiorina


Jim Gilmore

Former Governor Jim Gilmore (Virginia)
Campaign Site: GilmoreForAmerica.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/JimGilmore
Twitter: www.twitter.com/GovernorGilmore


John Kasich

Governor John Kasich (Ohio)
Campaign Site: JohnKasich.com
Government Site: Office of Governor John Kasich
Facebook: www.facebook.com/JohnRKasich
Twitter: www.twitter.com/JohnKasich


Marco Rubio

US Senator Marco Rubio (Florida)
Campaign Site: MarcoRubio.com
Government Site: Office of US Senator Marco Rubio
Facebook: www.facebook.com/MarcoRubio
Twitter: www.twitter.com/MarcoRubio


Donald Trump

Businessman Donald Trump (New York)
Campaign Site: DonaldJTrump.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/DonaldTrump
Twitter: www.twitter.com/RealDonaldTrump


OTHER REPUBLICANS:
Jack Adams (Texas)
Brian Allen (California)
Pogo Mochello Allen-Reese (Texas)
Alex Anderson (California)
John Anderson Jr. (California)
Skip Andrews (Kansas)
Ray Antley Jr. (North Carolina)
Armando Anzoli (Rhode Island)
Ray Askin (Ohio)
George Bailey Jr. (Mississippi)

Michael Baldwin (Missouri)
David Baucom (North Carolina)
Danielle Berhane (Arizona)
Michael Bickelmeyer (Ohio)
Virgil Bierschwale (Texas)

John Bizga (New Jersey)
Kwame Boateng (California)
Bruce Bongardt (Nevada)
Tony Bonificia Jr. (New York)
Kerry Bowers (Nevada)
Suzanne Boyajian (California)
Daniel Brannan (California)
Jairo Briceno (Texas)
Dominique Brown (Pennsylvania)
George Brucato (Nevada)
Gary Caissie (Oklahoma)
Francis Castleberry (Florida)
Christopher Chappell (Ohio)
Rick Chollett (Texas)
Dale Christensen (Missouri)
Brian Ari Cole (Pennsylvania)
Scott Cole (North Carolina)
Stephen Comley (Massachusetts)
Tim Cook (North Carolina)
Karen Copen (Colorado)
David Reed Cornerstone (Texas)
Ricky Crews (Florida)
Melody Crombie (Maryland)
Ezekiel George Crotzer (Michigan)
Brooks Cullison (Illinois)
Tim Day (Texas)
Paul DeBow (Louisiana)
Anthony DeFazio (Illinois)
Paul Delong (Pennsylvania)
Tom DeMarco (Nevada)
George Dietrich II (West Virginia)
Mike Diggs (Arkansas)
Kenneth Donaldson (Texas)
Patrick Drake (Georgia)
Matt Drozd (Pennsylvania)
Todd Dubon (Louisiana)
Wanda Duckwald (Oklahoma)
Douglas Duke (Alabama)
Ronald Duke (Alabama)
John Dummett Jr. (California)

J. Daniel Dyas (Alabama)
Isis Elijah (Ohio)
Nicholas Evans (Oklahoma)
Stuart Farber (Florida)

Elmer Farmer Jr. (Louisiana)
Christopher Farnell (Alaska)
Gerald Feeney (Florida)
Jack Fellure (West Virginia)
James Firmani (California)
Turk Fratterson (California)
Bruce Gidner (Michigan)
Rocky Giordani (California)
Nathaniel Glasgow (North Carolina)
Don Green (Texas)
David Hall (Florida)
Anita Hammon (California)
Robert Hanson (Texas)
Jim Hayden (Tennessee)
Shannon Hazzard (Virginia)
Selden Kennedy Henry (Florida)
Albert Howard (California)
Millie Howard (Ohio)
Kevin Huey (Colorado)
Eugene Hunt Jr. (Michigan)
Justin Hyde (California)
Abraham Israel (Connecticut)
Walter Iwachiw (New York)
Kins Jeroboan (New York)
Roger Jewell (Arizona)
Tyrone Johnson (Ohio)
D. Royce Jones (Texas)
Tyrone Julius (District of Columbia)
Brenda Justice (New York)
Tim Kalemkarian (California)
Magdalina Kalincheva (California)
George Karpacs (Pennsylvania)
Marc Keller (Oregon)
Michael Kinlaw (Colorado)
Alexander Kissi (New York)
Valma Kittington (Alabama)
Benny Korman (New York)
Jennifer Lang (Maryland)
Edgar Lawson (Tennessee)
John Lee (Texas)
Monroe Lee (Florida)
Jerry Leonard (North Carolina)
Renee Loetscher (Florida)
Charles Long (Maryland)
Aurora Lopez (Washington)
Kris Lord (Florida)
Bartholomew James Lower (Michigan)
Dennis Michael Lynch (New York)
Frank Lynch (Florida)
Jim Lynch (Illinois)
Joan Malone (District of Columbia)
Robert Mann (Indiana)
Barbara Mae Markovich (Montana)
Stephen Marks (Florida)
Alonzo Martin Sr. (Missouri)
Andy Martin (New Hampshire)
James Ray Martin (Mississippi)
Mike Martisko (Pennsylvania)
Corneluis Mathews (Oklahoma)
John McCarthy (Massachusetts)
Stephen John McCarthy (Ohio)
Jimmy McMillan (New York)
Mickey Meade (California)
Nathan Meadows (Georgia)
Peter Messina (Florida)
Raymond Miller (Idaho)
David Mills (Georgia)
Tiffani Mims (Texas)
James Mitchell Jr. (Illinois)
Efrain Montaigne (New York)
Timothy Moore (Washington)
John Morrissey (Massachusetts)
K. Ross Newland (Illinois)
Quinon Norwood IV (Mississippi)
Jim O'Neill (Connecticut)
Princess Oawlawolwaol (California)
Cole Oeltjenbruns (Arizona)
Scot Olewine (Puerto Rico)
Esteban Oliverez (Texas)
Stephen Patterson (Michigan)
Richard Peter (Texas)
Michael Petyo (Indiana)

Deshon Porter (Illinois)

Chomi Prag (Wisconsin)
William Propsner (New Mexico)
Joe Robinson (Massachusetts)
Kenny Rodeo (Colorado)
James Rogriguez (North Carolina)
Lorren Rogers (Kentucky)
Cindy Ellen Rose (California)
Ruby Rose (Massachusetts)
Jim Rundberg (Colorado)
Brian Russell (Florida)
Douglas Sabbag (Florida)
Ole Savior (Minnesota)
Larry Scarborough (California)
John Schiess (Wisconsin)
Jefferson Sherman (Maryland)
Peter Sherrill (New York)
Andrew Simmons (Mississippi)
Greg Sims (Texas)
Mark Sleggs (New York)
Darryl Smith (Maine)
Jeffrey Smith (Florida)
Silvia Stagg (New York)
Herb Stephens (Missouri)
Joseph Stetson (South Carolina)
Scott Stauffer (Maryland)
Sherlene Stevens (District of Columbia)
Paul Sudduth (Mississippi)
Michael Szczepanski New York)
Maxwell Thomas (Colorado)
Dwayne Tomlinson (Florida)

Carol Torkko (Washington)
Robert Tracy (Nevada)
Thai Allen Walker (California)
John Wallace (Hawaii)
Stanley Warner (California)
Warren West (Alaska)
Gus Williams (California)
Richard Witz (Massachusetts)
Vern Wuensche (Texas)
Kaye Wyman (North Carolina)


THIRD PARTY and
INDEPENDENT CANDIDATES:

(Note: Parties with ballot status in at least one state -- based on 2012 ballot status -- listed first, then all others under the INDEPENDENT & WRITE-IN CANDIDATES header).


AMERICA'S PARTY / AMERICAN INDEPENDENT PARTY:

Lawrence Beliz (California)
Wiley Drake (California)
Brian Henry
Tom Hoefling (Iowa)
Rex Kafo
J.R. Myers (Alaska)
Walter Niyakik (Alaska)
Robert Ornelas (California)
George Peabody
Robert S. Peters
Robert Sisilo (Solomon Islands)


AMERICAN FREEDOM PARTY:

Bob WhitakerTom Bowie

Bob Whitaker (South Carolina)
Presidential Nominee

Tom Bowie (Maryland)
Vice Presidential Nominee


CONSTITUTION PARTY:

William Bowhall (Alabama)
Rev. Scott Copeland (Texas)
Betsy Elgar (Washington)

Former Congressman John Hostettler (R-Indiana)

Gerald Jennings II (Colorado)
Kyle Locker (Florida)
J.R. Myers (Alaska)
Patrick Ockander (Texas)
Don Rondeau (Maryland)
Stephen Rovics Sr. (Wisconsin)
Justin Witter (Iowa)
J. Curtis Woolsey (Arizona)


GREEN PARTY:


INDEPENDENT AMERICAN PARTY:

Farley AndersonNOT YET NAMED

Farley Anderson (Utah)
Presidential Nominee

NOT YET NAMED
Vice Presidential Nominee


LIBERTARIAN PARTY:


OBJECTIVIST PARTY:


PARTY OF SOCIALISM AND LIBERATION (PSL):

Gloria LaRiva Eugene Puryear

Gloria LaRiva (California)
Presidential Nominee

Eugene Puryear (District of Columbia)
Vice Presidential Nominee


PEACE & FREEDOM PARTY:


PROHIBITION PARTY:

Jim Hedges Bill Bayes

Former Township Tax Assessor Jim Hedges (Pennsylvania)
Presidential Nominee

Bill Bayes (Mississippi)
Vice Presidential Nominee


REFORM PARTY USA:


SOCIALIST PARTY USA:

Mimi Soltysik Angela Walker

Emidio "Mimi" Soltysik (California)
Presidential Nominee

Angela Walker (Wisconsin)
Vice Presidential Nominee


SOCIALIST EQUALITY PARTY:

No Candidates Yet Identified

SOCIALIST WORKERS PARTY (SWP):

No Candidates Yet Identified

VETERANS PARTY OF AMERICA:

Chris Keniston Deacon Taylor

Chris Keniston (Texas)
Presidential Nominee

Deacon Taylor (Nevada)
Vice Presidential Nominee


WORKERS WORLD PARTY:

Monica Moorehead Lamont Lilly

Monica Moorehead (New York)
Presidential Nominee

Lamont Lilly (North Carolina)
Vice Presidential Nominee


INDEPENDENT, OTHER & WRITE-IN CANDIDATES:

Gifford Abbott Jr. (Independent-Pennsylvania)
Christopher Abernathy (Independent-North Carolina)
Paul Adams (Independent-Connecticut)
William Oren Adams (Independent-Louisiana)
Danny Aguilar (Write In-Nevada)
Robert Aldridge (Independent-Tennessee)
Darryl Allen (Independent-Washington)
James Allen (Independent-Kentucky)
Jeremiah Allen (Independent-Oklahoma)
William Alsup (Independent-Kentucky)
Joseph Altimari (Independent-Pennsylvania)
John Anderson (Populist Party-Michigan)
Roland Aranjo (Independent-Arizona)
Renny Arcaya (Independent-Texas)
Aidan Arnold-Galati (Independent-California)
Paul Asher (Independent-Florida)
Frank Atwood (Approval Voting-Colorado)
Dustin Baird (Write In-Utah)
Ed Baker (Independent-Oregon)
Jacob Baker (Work-South Carolina)
Dennis Ball (America's Party of America-California)
Joseph Bannerman (Independent-Alabama)
Don Barnhart Jr. (Independent-Nevada)
Parker Baro (Independent-Florida)
Andrew Basiago (Independent-Washington)
Adam Baxter (Independent-Utah)
Chandler Benn (Independent-Wisconsin)
Danny Bennett, II (United-Montana)
Rhett Bergevin (Independent-Illinois)
Joey Berry (Independent-South Carolina)
Maryanne Bridget Berman (Independent American-New York)
Randy Bizzle (Independent-North Carolina)
Michael Blair (Independent-Washington)
Piotr Blass (Write In-Florida)

Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg (Independent-New York)

David Boarman (Independent-California)
Chad Boisselle (Independent-North Carolina)
Sheila Bolar (Independent-Alabama)
Matthew Borman (American-Florida)
Eric Borrell (Independent-District of Columbia)
Robert Boris (Independent-California)
William Bowhall Jr. (Independent-Alabama)
J. Boydston (Write In-Colorado)
Michelle Braithwood (Independent-Florida)
Spencer Brandkamp (Write In-Arkansas)
Brian Briggs (Independent-Mississippi)
Joseph Britt Jr. (Independent-New York)
Peter Breyfogle (Independent-Minnesota)
Mark Brooks (Independent-Washington)
Anitra Brown (Independent-California)
Harley Brown (Independent-Idaho)
James Brummett (Independent-Indiana)
Sean Burns (Independent-Iowa)
Doug Butler (Independent-Washington)
Pamela Pinkney Butts (Independent-Ohio)
James Byers (Independent-Indiana)
Johnnie Campbell (Independent-Iowa)
Paul Cannaday (Independent-Michigan)
Antonio Cannady (Independent-Florida)
Emilio Carreon (Independence Party-California)
Jerry Leon Carroll (Independent-California)
Kristie Carter-Gutierrez (Independent-Tennessee)
Michael Castillejos (Federal-New York)
John Castillo (Independent-Texas)
Paul Chehade (Independent-Florida)
Toney Chenyworth (Independent-Texas)
John Chester (Independent-Vermont)
Andrew Chung (Write In-Georgia)
Christopher Cincotta (Independent-Colorado)
Doris Cintron (Independent-California)
Anthony Ciotti III (Independent-California)
"Santa" Roy Clark (Independent-Kentucky)
Todd Clayton Jr. (Chivalry Party-Washington)
Douglas Clement (Independent-Missouri)
John Cole (Independent-New York)
Amy Conger (Independent-Ohio)
Phil Cornell (Independent-Washington)
Regis Costello (Independent-Washington)
Dakota Courtois (Independent-New York)
Steven Covington (Independent-Virginia)
Thomas Coyne (Independent-Ohio)
Philip Crawford (Write In-Illinois)
J.D. Criveau (Constitutionist-Virginia)
Timothy Croston (Independent-California)
Travis Curl (Independent-Texas)
Janka Cvorovic (Independent-New York)
Kevin Deame (Pirate-Connecticut)
Caesar St Augustine DeBuonaparte (Absolute Dictator-California)
Frank DeCota (Independent-Massachusetts)
Arturo Del Hierro (Independent-Texas)
Craig Dell (Independent-Virginia)
Guy DeMarco (Independent-Missouri)
Michael Dename Jr. (Independent-New York)
Jennifer Depew (Independent-Michigan)
Robert Devine (Independent-Wisconsin)
Steve Dillon (Independent-North Carolina)
Robert Dionisio (Independent-Georgia)
Will Dodds (Write In-Iowa)
Kenneth Domagala (Independent-New York)
Kevin Donges (Independent-Ohio)
Ned Donovan (Federal Party-Wyoming)
Colin Doyle (Independent-Oregon)
Art Drew (Independent-Pennsylvania)
Nick Dubois (Independent-Virginia)
Norman Dutra (Independent-Massachuetts)
Andrew Elijah Mister Duffy (Independent-California)
Larry Weldon Duncan (Independent-California)
Christopher Dunn (Independent-Indiana)
Mark Dutter (Independent-South Dakota)
Jason Eddy (Independent-Arkasas)
Jenny Edwards (Independent-Alabama)
Katee Edwards (Independent-Alabama)
La Resa Edwards (Independent-Georgia)
Roderick Edwards (Write In-Indiana)
Claire Elliott (Independent-Georgia)
Jonathan Elliott (Independent-California)
David Epley (Independent-Kentucky)
Frank Erwin (Independent-Indiana)
Geby Espinoza (Write In-California)
John Paul Eurton (Independent-Indiana)
Jonathan Evans (Independent-Colorado)
Souraya Faas (Independent-Florida)
Mike Fahl (Cherry Picker Party-Utah)
Sam Faldraga (Independent-New Jersey)
Paul "Superman" Falkenberg (Independent-Wisconsin)
Jacob Familoni (Independent-California)
Charles Fanning (Independent-Virginia)
Timothy Farkas (Independent-Ohio)
John Ferguson (Eco/Green-Texas)
Ken Fields (Independent-New York)
Caleb-Michael Files (Independent-New York)
Lori Fleming (Independent-Arkansas)
Matt Flores (Write In-Illinois)
Jason Flowers (Independent-Michigan)
John Follansbee (Independent-California)
Gregory Foster (Independent-Texas)
Brian Franze (Independent-Texas)
Will Froeber (Independent-Florida)
Mark Frohman (Independent-Texas)
Jeremy Gable (Independent-Pennsylvania)
Jason Gambert (Independent-Arizona)
Samx Garcia (Independent-Ohio)
Edward Gardner Jr. (Independent American-New York)
Neven Gibbs (Independent-Washington)
Rocky Giordani (Independent-California)
Steve Gladstone (Independent-Maryland)
Todd Glore (Independent-Indiana)
Kevin Gong (Conservative Party-California)
Jeremy Gove (Independent-California)
Mark Graham (Write In-Florida)
Barry Grauman (Independent-Massachusetts)
Clifton Greuter (Write In-Montana)
David Grig (Independent-North Carolina)
Blue Hair Guy (Independent-Ohio)
Dave Haen (Independent-Nevada)
Martin Hahn (Independent-Oregon)
Emanuel Hammond (Independent-Arkansas)
Maxwell Hansen (Independent-Illinois)
Raymond Harding (Constitutional-Virginia)
Scott Harkins (Independent-Florida)
Emelia Harris (Write In-Florida)
Christopher Hart (Write In-Nebraska)
Linda Hart (Independent-Texas)
Ronald Hartsfield (Independent-Florida)
David Hendrix (Independent-North Carolina)
Phillip Hill (Independent-Pennsylvania)
Daniel Hogan (Independent-Missouri)
Donald Hopkins Jr. (Independent-Arkansas)
David Christopher Holcomb (Independent-Nebraska)
Robert Holloway Jr. (Independent-South Carolina)
Mark Houston (Independent-New Jersey)
Bill Howard (Independent-Indiana)
Richard Howenstein (Independent-Indiana)
Michael Hubbell (Independent-Maryland)
Frank Huber II (Independent American Party-Ohio)
Jeff Huettl (Independent-Wisconsin)
Eugene Hunt Jr. (Independent-Michigan)
Christopher "Kaelas" Hurley (Independent-New Mexico)
Samuel Levi Hurt (Independent-Pennsylvania)
Paul Hurteau (Independent-Massachusetts)
Patrick Irwin (Independent-Washington)
Tom Irwin (American-Pennsylvania)
Zoltan Istvan (Transhumanist-California)
C.J. Jackson (Independent-Pennsylvania)
Roland Jackson (Independent-District of Columbia)
Sarah Jackson (Independent-Utah)
Khadijah Jacob-Fambro (Revolutionary-California)
Steven Jacobson (Independent-California)
Darin Janda (Independent-Washington)
Michael Jenkins (Independent-Virginia)
O. Hope Jerio (Independent-West Virginia)
Keya Jerry (Independent-Virginia)
Edward Jewell Sr. (Independent-Indiana)
Barry Johnson (Independent-Kansas)
Ed Jones (Independent-Ohio)
Ronald Jones (Independent-Florida)
Sue Lisa Jones (Independent-Arizona)
Terry Jones (Independent-Florida)
Vincent Jones II (Bull Moose-South Carolina)
Keith Josephs (Independent-New York)
Anik Joshi (Independent American Party-California)
Lynn Kahn (Independent-Maryland)
Richard Karst (Independent-California)
Cornelius Katt (Independent-Pennsylvania)
Thomas Keister (US Marijuana Party-Indiana)
James Kenny (Independent-New York)
Gary Kittredge (Independent-New York)
Darren Klein (Independent-New Jersey)
Chad Kline (Write In-California)
Billy Knaub (Write In-New York)
David Knight (Independent-Nevada)
Ashten Koontz (Independent-North Carolina)
Kyle Kopitke (Independent-Michigan)
Steven Korb (Independent-Virginia)
Thomas Labo (Independent-Massachusetts)
Temperance Lance-Council (Anti Hypocrisy-California)
Keith LaPointe (Write In-Maine)
David Larm (Independent-Minnesota)
Abbey Laurel-Smith (Pilgrims Alliance-Louisiana)
Michael Lednovich (Independent-California)
Robert Lee (Independent-Virginia)
James Legan (Independent-Georgia)
James Legate Jr. (US Taxpayers Party-Texas)
Robert Lehigh (Inspiration-Utah)
Michael "Lev" Levinson (Write In-Florida)
Bishop Julian Lewis Jr. (Independent-Texas)
David Librace (Write In-Arkansas)
Brian Lichtenfels (Independent-Pennsylvania)
David Tawei Lin (Independent-California)
Tom Lineaweaver (Freedom Party USA-Pennsylvania)
Mark Linn (Write In-New Hampshire)
Geoffrey Liu (Write In-Maryland)
David Livingston (Independent-Connecticut)
June Lloyd (Independent-Washington)
Jack Logsdon (Independent-Virginia)
Tony Loup (Independent-New York)
Donald Eugene Lowe (Independent-Texas)
Alexander Luthor (Independent-California)
Randall Lutz (Independent-Flordia)
William Lynch (Independent-New York)
Raymond Mace (Independent-Georgia)
Deborah MacKimzey (Independent-Texas)
Robert MacLeod Jr. (Independent-Georgia)
Mike Magolnick (Independent-Texas)
Maher Maher (Independent-New Jersey)
Lucy Mailloux (Independent-Arizona)
Devon Manelski (Independent-Michigan)
Robert Mann (Independent-Indiana)
Kevin Manning (Independent-Arizona)
Aloysius Marcinek (Independent-Ohio)
Mike Mark (Independent-Michigan)
Benjamin Markgraff (Independent-North Dakota)
Christian Jay "Cjay" Marshall (Independent-Tennessee)
Shant Marshall (Write In-Georgia)
Danny Martin (Independent-Wyoming)
John David Martin (independent-California)
Shawna Martinez (Independent-Kentucky)
Matthew Martowska (Independent-Massachuetts)
Richard Matheson (Oathkeepers Party-Illinois)
Mark Matousek (Ace Party-Missouri)
Angie McCall (Independent-Florida)
Benson McCall (Independent-New York)
Nikki McCoig (Independent-Illinois)
Jennifer McEachern (Independent-South Carolina)
Steven McGinnis (Independent-Indiana)
Patrick McKart (Meritocracy Party-Florida)
Eamon McKeever (Ace Party-North Carolina)
Patrick McKenna (Independent-Illinois)
Myles McManus (Independent-New York)
Scott Meek (Independent-California)
Robert "Junior" Mejias (Independent-Nevada)
German Quinones Mercado Jr. (Independent-District of Columbia)
Linda Merry (Independent-Vermont)
Roland Menard III (Moderation Affiliation-Hawaii)
Andrew Mickert (Independent-Virginia)
Georgre Mikles (Independent-Nevada)
Alexander Miller (Independent-California)
Merlin Miller (American Eagle-California)
R. Lee Miller (Independent-California)
Jeremy Milligan (Independent-Illinois)
Charles Mitchell-King (Independent-California)
Robert Milnes (Progressive Libertarian Alliance-New Jersey)
Corey Molinelli (Constitutional-Texas)
Kevin Montgomery (Independent-Missouri)
Derick Moody (Independent-Utah)
Billy Moore (Independent-Oregon)
Virginia Morago (Independent-Missouri)
David Morascini (Independent-Connecticut)
Perry Morcom (Independent-Texas)
Brandon Morgan (Independent-South Carolina)
Samuel Morisson (Independent-New Jersey)
Laio Morris (Write In-Virginia)
Shawn Moynihan (Independent-Florida)
Tony Mullikin (Independent-Florida)
Hilary Myers (Independent-Ohio)
Timothy Myers (Independent-Colorado)
Eric Nagel (Independent-New York)
Gloria Jean Nagle (Independent-Texas)
Michael Napodano (Independent-Texas)
Jim Nash (Independent-Missouri)
Katie Naylor (Independent-Washington)
Bill Nees (Independent Statesmen-Georgia)
Craig Neff (Independent-Maryland)
Uryan Nelson (Independent-Texas)
Deonia Neveu (Independent-Virginia)
Michael Nicely (Independent-Illinois)
Roger Nichols (United Party-Missouri)
Rogelio Nuno (Independent-California)
Matthew O'Connor (Independent-Ohio)
Timothy O'Grady (Independent-Colorado)
Donald O'Mara (Independent-Louisiana)
Michael Oatman Independent-Arizona)
Lawrence Obern (Independent-Maryland)
Jeffrey Oleyar (Write In-Ohio)
Bryan Ollivier (Independent-California)
Warren Owens (Independent-New York)
Erik Paquette (Independent-Connecticut)
John Parker (Independent-Mississippi)
Mark Pendleton (Independent-Utah)
Ryan Perera (Independent-Minnesota)
Gary Perkins Jr. (Independent-Alabama)
Charles "Chaz" Perry III (Independent-Montana)
Michael Peuler (Independent-Pennsylvania)
Marty Piatt (Independent-California)
Louis Pica (Independent-New Jersey)
Matthew Pinnavaia (Independent-California)

William Pittman
(Independent-Michigan)
Eric Poders
(Independent-Illinois)

Samuel Powell (Independent-District of Columbia)
Cynthia Pryber (Conservative Party-Illinois)
Kelley Bracken Rainey (Independent-South Carolina)
Dinesh Ravishanker (New White-California)
Don Reaux (Independent-Louisiana)
C.C. Reed (Independent-Florida)
Bob Reed (Independent-New York)
Sam Resibord (Independent-Pennsylvania)
Darwin Misha Reedy (Indendent-Texas)
William Knox Richardson (Independent-California)
Clifton Roberts (Humane Party-California)
Jack Robinson Jr. (Independent-South Carolina)
Joseph Rodgers (Independent-Illinois)
Steve Rogers (Independent Party-California)
Johnny Roosevelt (Independent-Illinois)
Andrew Rosenbaum (Independent-Florida)
Paul Rosenberger (Independent-California)
Elijah Rostron (Independent-Massachusetts)
Brandon Rowe (Independent-Kentucky)
John Roy (Independent-Pennsylvania)
Howie Rubin (Independent-Oregon)
Arron Rudeen (Independent-Washington)
Dana Glen Russ (Independent-Texas)
William Salyer (Independent-Missouri)
Chris Santos (Independent-Massachusetts)
John Saraceno (Independent-Indiana)
Dave Sartin (Veterans Party-West Virginia)
Donald Sauter (Independent-Delaware)
Brad Schiller (Independent-Nevada)
Guy Schwartz (Independent-Texas)
John Graham Schwartz (Independent-Illinois)
J.W. Scroggie (Independent-Tennessee)
Michael Scruggs (Independent-Illinois)
James Sewell III (Independent-Texas)
Anthony Shahmoradi (Independent-Pennsylvania)
Ryan Shepard (Independent-New York)
Mark Shirley Independent-Illinois)
Muhammad Sho (Independent-Texas)
Richard Shrum (Independent-Texas)
Robert Sigsby (Independent-Michigan)
Rod Silva (Independent-New Jersey)
Ben Simmons (Independent-Utah)
Jacob Simmons (Independent-Illinois)
Michael Simmons (Independent-Colorado)
Mary Erwin Simpson (Independent-District of Columbia)
D.R. Skeens (Independent-Washington)
Keith Smith (Independent-Ohio)
Michael Smith (Independent-Pennsylvania)
Scott Smith (Independent-Colorado)
T. Ben Smith (Independent-Florida)
Tony Smitherman (Independent-Texas)
Spencer Snyder (Independent-Texas)
Jack Sparrow (Independent-Oregon)
David Sponheim (America's Third Party-Washington)
Ray Stahle (Write In-Pennsylvania)
Tami Stainfield (Independent-West Virginia)
Renee Stephens (Write In-Oregon)
Scott Stephens (Independent-New York)
Shawna Sterling (Independent-Kentucky)
Patricia Stevens (Write In-Oklahoma)
Damian Stone (Independent-Florida)
Ricky Joe "Average Joe" Story (Independent-Florida)
Christopher Strunk (Independent-New York)
Dexter Suber (United Citizens Party-South Carolina)
Karin Swanson (Socialist Democrat-Texas)
Maurice Symonette (Write In-Florida)
Dan Szathmary (Independent-California)
Robert Szekely (Independent-Colorado)
Paul Tape Jr. (Tea-Florida)
Dan Taus (Independent-Pennsylvania)
Josh Thomas (Independent-South Carolina)
Judah Thomas (Independent-Connecticut)
Morris Kent Thompson (Independent-Florida)
Troy Thompson (Independent-Georgia)
Sheila "Samm" Tittle (Independent-Virginia)
Perry Tolos (Independent-Florida)
Brian Topping (Write In-Michigan)
Matthew Torrez (Independent-Florida)
Darrell Trigg (Christian Party-Tennessee)
Gary Tucker (Write In-Texas)
Tommy Turner (independent-Virginia)
Mathew Tyler (Independent-California)
Colton Unden (Independent-North Carolina)
Matthew Unsworth (Independent-California)
Joshua Usera (Independent-South Dakota)
Stanley Valentine (Independent-Florida)
Harold Van Allen (Independent-New York)
George Van Bernum Jr. (Independent-New York)
Mark Van De Wege (Independent-Michigan)
Isaac Vega (Write In-California)
Andre Ventura (Independent-Michigan)
Da Vid (Light-California)
Robert Vince Jr. (Independent-Ohio)
Phlllip "Andy" Vineyard (Independent-Kansas)
Marilyn Volz-Hazel (Independent-Missouri)
Doris Walker (Independent-Illinois)
Hugh Walker (Independent-California)
Michelle "Hope" Walker (Independent-California)
Victor Walker (Independent-Maryland)
William Wallace (Independent-Alabama)
Richard Watkins (Independent-California)
Andrew Webster (Independent-Texas)
Former US Senator Jim Webb (Independent-Virginia)
Benjamin Weigel (Independent-California)
Andre Wells (Write In-California)
Eric Weinrib (Independent-New York)
Richard Wentworth (Independent-California)
David Wesson (Independent-West Virginia)
Kevin West (Independent-Arkansas)
Terry Wheelock (Independent-Texas)
Melissa White (Personal Choice-Indiana)
Ron White (Independent-California)
Thomas Wicker (Independent-New York)
Michael Wilhelm (Independent-Washington)
Todd Willey (All Mother Earth-Michigan)
Kent Williams (Independent-Florida)
Mitchell Williams (Write In-Florida)
Steven Wilson (Write In-Missouri)
Mark Wimmer (Independent-Virginia)
John Wood (Independent-Utah)
Chad Woodard (Independent-California)
Jason Woodward (Write In-New Hampshire)
Nicholas Ximenez (Independent- Texas)
DyJuan D. Barnes Yahweh (Independent-Kansas)
Floyd Yancey (Independent-Tennessee)
Kenneth Young (Right to Life-California)
Chuck Zeiger (Independent-Arizona)
David Zjejewski (Independent-New Jersey)
Robert Zorn (Independent-Vermont)
Daniel Zutler (US Party-Florida)


OTHER P2016 RESOURCES:

New 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, St. Anselm College, the New Hampshire State Archives and the New Hampshire Historical Society.

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. Covers the various likely Presidential candidates. Constantly updated.

Ballot 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.

Democracy in Action: P2016 - A great site has lots of detailed information on the 2012 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..

Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections - Dave Leip prepared this very informative site, which provides historic voting results from the Presidential general elections of 1860-2012. Covers the vote totals for the major party nominees and the top 2-3 third party nominees in each race. Colorful maps and graphs, too.

PollingReport.com - 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 White House race, simply visit this site.

Commission 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.

VicePresidents.com - 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.

4President.org - An online museum of Presidential campaign brochures, bumper stickers and key speches from 1960 through the 2008 campaign. A great site for political junkies.

The 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.


 

 

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