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2012 Political Parties
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The Classification of Political parties listed on

  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 1980 and 2008)
    1. Democrats and affiliates
    2. Republicans and affiliates
  2. Third Parties
    1. Major Third Parties and affiliates (any Party, other than a Major Party [as defined in 1. above], receiving a minimum of 15/100ths of 1 percent of the nationwide popular vote in any presidential election between 1980 and 2008 and which fielded candidates in the previous presidential election [2008] 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 0.15% 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

Green Affiliates: D.C. Statehood Green; Desert Greens; Green Independent; Green-Rainbow; Mountain; Pacific Green; Peace And Justice; Progressive Party of Missouri

Incumbents, candidates, and links to state affiliates
109 Candidates

StatePartyCandidate or LinkOffice
Alabama(Green)Jill E. SteinCandidate for President
AlaskaGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
American Samoa  
ArizonaGreenCharlie ManolakisCandidate for House CD 8
(Green)Anthony ProwellCandidate for House CD 2
GreenMark SalazarCandidate for House CD 6
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
ArkansasGreenJ. Joshua "Josh" DrakeCandidate for House CD 4
GreenJacob HollowayCandidate for House CD 1
GreenRebekah KennedyCandidate for House CD 3
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
GreenBarbara WardCandidate for House CD 2
CaliforniaGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
ColoradoGreenSusan P. HallCandidate for House CD 2
GreenMisha LuzovCandidate for House CD 5
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
GreenGary Warren SwingCandidate for House CD 1
ConnecticutGreenColin D. BennettCandidate for House CD 2
GreenS. Michael "Mike" DeRosaCandidate for House CD 1
(Green)Jeff RussellCandidate for Senate Class 1
(Green)Jill E. SteinCandidate for President
DelawareGreenBernard "Bernie" AugustCandidate for House At-Large
GreenAndrew Richard GroffCandidate for Senate Class 1
GreenMark Joseph PerriCandidate for Governor
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
District of Columbia  
FloridaGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
Georgia(Green)former Congressman Cynthia McKinneyCandidate for House CD 4
(Green)Jill E. SteinCandidate for President
HawaiiGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
Idaho(Green)Jill E. SteinCandidate for President
IllinoisGreenPaula BradshawCandidate for House CD 12
GreenLeAlan JonesCandidate for House CD 2
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
GreenNancy Lynn WadeCandidate for House CD 5
Indiana(Green)Jill E. SteinCandidate for President
IowaGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
KansasGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
KentuckyGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
LouisianaGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
MarylandGreenRobert Shipley "Bob" AuerbachCandidate for House CD 5
GreenGeorge GluckCandidate for House CD 8
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
MichiganGreenEllis BoalCandidate for House CD 1
GreenDouglas CampbellCandidate for House CD 14
GreenSteven Paul DukeCandidate for House CD 11
GreenHarley G. MikkelsonCandidate for Senate Class 1
GreenWilliam J. "Bill" OpalickyCandidate for House CD 2
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
GreenPat TimmonsCandidate for House CD 4
GreenJulia WilliamsCandidate for House CD 9
GreenRichard E. WunschCandidate for House CD 7
MinnesotaGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
MississippiGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
New Hampshire(Green)Jill E. SteinCandidate for President
New JerseyGreenPatricia AlessandriniCandidate for House CD 5
GreenJohn William ReitterCandidate for House CD 1
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
GreenKen WolskiCandidate for Senate Class 1
New Mexico(Green)Jeanne PahlsCandidate for House CD 1
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
New YorkGreenHenry J. "Hank" BardelCandidate for House CD 11
GreenColin M. BeavanCandidate for House CD 8
GreenEvergreen C. ChouCandidate for House CD 6
GreenColia L. ClarkCandidate for Senate Class 1
GreenJoseph P. DiaferiaCandidate for House CD 16
GreenAnthony "Tony" GronowiczCandidate for House CD 14
GreenDonald L. HassigCandidate for House CD 21
GreenVivia M. MorganCandidate for House CD 9
GreenUrsula E. RozumCandidate for House CD 24
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
North Carolina  
North DakotaGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
Northern Marianas  
OhioGreenRobert J. "Bob" FitrakisCandidate for House CD 3
GreenElaine R. MastromatteoCandidate for House CD 14
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
GreenRichard L. "Rich" StevensonCandidate for House CD 1
PennsylvaniaGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
Puerto Rico  
Rhode IslandGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
South CarolinaGreenNammu Y. MuhammadCandidate for House CD 6
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
GreenJeff SumerelCandidate for House CD 4
South Dakota  
TennesseeGreenNorris DryerCandidate for House CD 2
GreenJohn Peter MigliettaCandidate for House CD 5
GreenMartin Gene PleasantCandidate for Senate Class 1
GreenPatrick John "Pat" RileyCandidate for House CD 6
GreenRobert N. "Bob" SmithCandidate for House CD 1
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
GreenHoward Michael SwitzerCandidate for House CD 7
TexasGreenMichael D. CaryCandidate for House CD 28
GreenDavid Bruce CollinsCandidate for Senate Class 1
GreenDon CookCandidate for House CD 22
GreenAntonio DiazCandidate for House CD 20
GreenLance FindleyCandidate for House CD 7
GreenVanessa Edwards FosterCandidate for House CD 9
GreenKeith F. HoustonCandidate for House CD 13
GreenChris KennedyCandidate for Railroad Commissioner 2
GreenEd LindsayCandidate for House CD 33
GreenMeghan OwenCandidate for House CD 35
GreenBrandon ParmerCandidate for House CD 6
GreenMark Anthony RobertsCandidate for House CD 2
GreenEd ScharfCandidate for House CD 23
GreenMaria SelvaCandidate for House CD 29
GreenRhett Rosenquest SmithCandidate for House CD 14
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
GreenJosh WendelCandidate for Railroad Commissioner 3
UtahGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
Virgin Islands(Green)Guillaume MimounCandidate for Delegate to the House of Representatives
VirginiaGreenJoseph F. "Joe" Galdo, Jr.Candidate for House CD 11
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
WashingtonGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
West Virginia  
WisconsinGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President

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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