The Green Papers
2007 Political Parties
Parties Grouped by Classification


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The Classification of Political parties listed on TheGreenPapers.com.

  1. Major Parties (those parties which received electoral votes through winning a plurality of a state's [or the District of Columbia's] popular vote in any presidential election between 1976 and 2004)
    1. Democrats and affiliates
    2. Republicans and affiliates
  2. Third Parties
    1. Major Third Parties and affiliates (any Party, other than the Democrats and the Republicans, receiving a minimum of 2/10ths of 1 percent of the nationwide popular vote in any presidential election between 1976 and 2004 and which fielded candidates in the previous presidential election [2004] are hereby defined as "Major third parties" for the purposes of "The Green Papers" website. Excluded from this are non-party Independent bids for President which received at least 0.2% of the nationwide popular vote. See Criteria for including Major Third Parties)
    2. Other Third Parties (i.e., not a Major Third Party)
  3. Independents (covering Unaffiliated, Nonpartisan and all the other synonyms/euphemisms for Independent)
  4. Write-in/Scattered/otherwise not readily classifiable
 
    

Constitution
Constitution Affiliates: American Constitution; American Independent; Concerned Citizens; Independent American; Nebraska; U.S. Taxpayers

Incumbents, candidates, and links to state affiliates
2 Candidates


American Constitution Party
  Affiliate of: Constitution
Colorado affilate of the Constitution Party

American Independent
American Independent Affiliate of: Constitution
California affiliate of the Constitution Party

Concerned Citizens
  Affiliate of: Constitution
Connecticut affiliate of the Constitution Party

Independent American
  Affiliate of: Constitution
Nevada affiliate of the Constitution Party

Nebraska Party
  Affiliate of: Constitution
Nebraska affiliate of the Constitution Party

U.S. Taxpayers
  Affiliate of: Constitution

Former name for the Constitution Party.


 
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MassachusettsConstitutionKevin J. ThompsonCandidate for House CD 5
Michigan  
Minnesota  
MississippiConstitutionPaul Leslie Riley, Jr.Candidate for Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce
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Parties are listed as (party) where either it has been reported that a given candidacy is affiliated with a given Party but said affiliation does not appear on the ballot or 'The Green Papers' does not have independent confirmation from an election authority that the given Party has its own separate line on the ballot.

 


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