The Green Papers
Governor's Chairs, Senate, and House Seats
up for Election on 6 November 2012
with only one major party candidate

This table is updated after each state completes its nominating process. Currently, 57 jurisdictions have completed their nominating processes: Alabama, Alaska, American Samoa, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Carolina, North Dakota, Northern Marianas, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virgin Islands, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming.

Governor's Chairs, Senate and House Seats...
Open (incumbent not running for re-election)
No incumbent running
Uncontested (one candidate running)
Multiple incumbents running
Only One Major Party Candidate

House CD 1
Republican - Congressman Josiah Robins "Jo" Bonner, Jr.
House CD 7
Democratic - Congressman Edward L. "Ed" Pastor
Libertarian - Joe Cobb
House CD 3
Republican - Congressman Stephen A. "Steve" Womack
Green - Rebekah Kennedy
Libertarian - David Pangrac
House CD 13
Democratic - Congressman Barbara Lee
No Party Preference - Marilyn M. Singleton
House CD 23
Republican - Congressman Kevin McCarthy
No Party Preference - Terry Phillips
House CD 29
Democratic - Los Angeles City Councilman Tony Cárdenas
No Party Preference - David Raymond Hernandez
House CD 33
Democratic - Congressman Henry A. Waxman
No Party Preference - Bill Bloomfield
House CD 5
Republican - Congressman Douglas L. "Doug" Lamborn
Unaffiliated - David C. "Dave" Anderson
Libertarian - James Clifford "Jim" Pirtle
Green - Misha Luzov
American Constitution - Kenneth R. "Ken" Harvell
(Republican); Write-in - George Allen Cantrell
House CD 4
Republican - Congressman Ander M. Crenshaw
(Republican); No Party Affiliation - James R. "Jim" Klauder
(Democratic); Write-in - Gary L. Koniz
House CD 15
Republican - Congressman Dennis Alan Ross
House CD 20
Democratic - Congressman Alcee L. Hastings
No Party Affiliation - Randall A. Terry
Write-in; (Socialist Workers Party) - Anthony M. Dutrow
House CD 21
Democratic - Congressman Theodore Eliot "Ted" Deutch
No Party Affiliation - Walter Michael "Mike" Trout
No Party Affiliation - Cesar Henao
House CD 24
Democratic - Congressman Frederica S. Wilson
House CD 25
Republican - Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart
No Party Affiliation - Stanley Blumenthal
No Party Affiliation - Eddie Gonzalez
House CD 3
Republican - Congressman Lynn Acton Westmoreland
House CD 8
Republican - Congressman James Austin "Austin" Scott
House CD 10
Republican - Congressman Paul Collins Broun, Jr.
House CD 1
Republican - Congressman Timothy A. "Tim" Huelskamp
House CD 3
Republican - Congressman Kevin W. Yoder
Libertarian - Joel Balam
House CD 4
Republican - Congressman John Calvin Fleming, Jr.
Libertarian - Randall Lord
House CD 5
Republican - Congressman Rodney M. Alexander
No Party - Ron Ceasar
Libertarian - Clay Steven Grant
House CD 6
Republican - Congressman William "Bill" Cassidy
Libertarian - Rufus Holt Craig, Jr.
Independent - Richard "RPT" Torregano
House CD 1
Democratic - Congressman Richard E. Neal
House CD 2
Democratic - Congressman James P. "Jim" McGovern
House CD 7
Democratic - Congressman Michael E. "Mike" Capuano
Independent - Karla Romero
House CD 3
Republican - Congressman Gregg Harper
Reform - John "Luke" Pannell
New Jersey
House CD 10 Special
Democratic - Newark Councilman Donald M. Payne, Jr.
Independent - Joanne Miller
New York
House CD 7
Democratic; Working Families - Congressman Nydia M. Velázquez
Conservative - James Murray
House CD 8
Republican - Congressman John A. Boehner
House CD 11
Democratic - Congressman Marcia L. Fudge
South Carolina
House CD 2
Republican - Congressman Addison Graves "Joe" Wilson
House CD 6
Democratic - Congressman James E. "Jim" Clyburn
Green - Nammu Y. Muhammad
House CD 6
Republican - Congressman Diane Lynn Black
Independent - Robert "Scott" Beasley
Green - Patrick John "Pat" Riley
Write-in; (Democratic) - Rachel Robinson
House CD 3
Republican - Congressman Samuel Robert "Sam" Johnson
House CD 13
Republican - Congressman Mac Thornberry
Libertarian - John Robert Deek
Green - Keith F. Houston
House CD 17
Republican - Congressman William "Bill" Flores
Libertarian - Ben Easton
House CD 19
Republican - Congressman Randy Neugebauer
Libertarian - Richard "Chip" Peterson
House CD 29
Democratic - Congressman Raymond E. "Gene" Green
Libertarian - Jamey Adam "James" Stanczak
Green - Maria Selva
Senate Class 1
(Democratic); Independent - Senator Bernard "Bernie" Sanders
Republican - former Massachusetts state Representative John MacGovern
Marijuana - Cris Ericson
Liberty Union - Pete Diamondstone
Independent - Peter D. Moss
Independent - Laurel LaFramboise
OfficeCandidates with
No balloted
Some Third Party
and/or Independent
balloted opposition

'Offices with Only One Major Party Candidate' - for purposes of this listing- are deemed to be those election contests in which there is only one major party candidate (Reference The Classification of Political parties listed on running for a given office on the ballot. Candidates of a Major Party who might be running as write-in candidates are not counted as having been formally nominated as Major Party candidates in this tabulation.


Parties appear in parenthesis and italics when a candidate receives the endorsement of a given Party and/or official sources indicate a candidate's association with a particular Party but only where the Party in question does not appear on the actual ballot as such.


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