The Green Papers
2016 Political Parties
Parties Grouped by Classification


Parties Grouped by Classification
Parties Alphabetically

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 1980 and 2012)
    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 2012 and which fielded candidates in the previous presidential election [2012] 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
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
124 Candidates


D.C. Statehood Green
D.C. Statehood Green Affiliate of: Green
DC affiliate of the Green Party

Incumbents, candidates, and links to state affiliates
2 Candidates


Desert Greens
Desert Greens Affiliate of: Green
Utah affiliate of the Green Party

Green Independent
Green Independent Affiliate of: Green
Maine affiliate of the Green Party

Incumbents, candidates, and links to state affiliates
1 Candidate


Green-Rainbow
Green-Rainbow Affiliate of: Green
Massachusetts affiliate of the Green Party

Incumbents, candidates, and links to state affiliates
1 Candidate


Pacific Green
Pacific Green Affiliate of: Green
Oregon affiliate of the Green Party

Incumbents, candidates, and links to state affiliates
6 Candidates


Peace And Justice
  Affiliate of: Green
New York affiliate of the Green Party

Progressive Party of Missouri
Progressive Party of Missouri Affiliate of: Green
Missouri Green Party affiliate

Mountain
Mountain Affiliate of: Green
Based in West Virginia

Incumbents, candidates, and links to state affiliates
3 Candidates

On 8 July 2007, the Mountain Party voted to become the West Virginia affiliate of the Green Party.


 
StatePartyCandidate or LinkOffice
Alabama(Green)Jill E. SteinCandidate for President
AlaskaGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
American Samoa  
Arizona(Green)Cary DolegoCandidate for House CD 9
GreenRay C. ParrishCandidate for House CD 1
GreenMark SalazarCandidate for House CD 8
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
GreenGary SwingCandidate for Senate Class 3
(Green)Gary SwingCandidate for House CD 2
(Green)Neil B. WestbrooksCandidate for House CD 7
ArkansasGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
CaliforniaGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
ColoradoGreenArnold Michael "Arn" MenconiCandidate for Senate Class 3
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
GreenRobert Lee WortheyCandidate for House CD 6
ConnecticutGreenS. Michael "Mike" DeRosaCandidate for House CD 1
Greenformer Democratic state Representative Jonathan W. PeltoCandidate for House CD 2
GreenJeffery David "Jeff" RussellCandidate for Senate Class 3
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
DelawareGreenAndrew R. GroffCandidate for Governor
GreenMark J. PerriCandidate for House At-Large
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
Democrats Abroad  
District of ColumbiaD.C. Statehood GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
D.C. Statehood GreenNatale N. "Lino" StracuzziCandidate for Delegate to the House of Representatives
FloridaGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
Georgia(Green)Jill E. SteinCandidate for President
Guam  
Hawaii(Green)Calvin G. GriffinCandidate for House CD 1
(Green)Calvin G. GriffinCandidate for House CD 1
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
Idaho(Green)Jill E. SteinCandidate for President
IllinoisGreenPaula BradshawCandidate for House CD 12
GreenTim CurtinCandidate for
GreenRobert "Rob" ShermanCandidate for House CD 5
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
GreenScott K. SummersCandidate for Senate Class 3
Indiana(Green)Jill E. SteinCandidate for President
IowaGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
Kansas(Green)Jill E. SteinCandidate for President
KentuckyGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
LouisianaGreenEliot S. BarronCandidate for House CD 1
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
MaineGreen IndependentJill E. SteinCandidate for President
MarylandGreenKamesha T. ClarkCandidate for House CD 4
GreenNnabu EzeCandidate for House CD 3
GreenMargaret FlowersCandidate for Senate Class 3
GreenGeorge GluckCandidate for House CD 6
GreenMyles B. HoenigCandidate for House CD 7
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
GreenNancy WallaceCandidate for House CD 8
MassachusettsGreen-RainbowJill E. SteinCandidate for President
MichiganGreenEllis BoalCandidate for House CD 1
GreenMatthew A. BradyCandidate for House CD 2
GreenDylan CalewartsCandidate for House CD 12
GreenMaria GreenCandidate for House CD 8
GreenJohn V. McDermottCandidate for House CD 9
GreenHarley MikkelsonCandidate for House CD 5
GreenBenjamin NofsCandidate for House CD 10
GreenJordan SalviCandidate for House CD 4
GreenMarcia SquierCandidate for House CD 14
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
Minnesota(Green)Amber GarlanCandidate for House CD 4
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
MississippiGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
MissouriGreenDavid Justus ArnoldCandidate for House CD 2
GreenMike DielCandidate for House CD 6
GreenDon FitzCandidate for Governor
GreenCarol HexemCandidate for Treasurer
GreenJennifer LeachCandidate for Lieutenant Governor
GreenJonathan McFarlandCandidate for Senate Class 3
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
MontanaGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
Nebraska(Green)Jill E. SteinCandidate for President
Nevada  
New HampshireGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
New JerseyGreenRev. Seth Kaper-DaleCandidate for Governor
GreenRajit B. MalliahCandidate for House CD 6
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
GreenSteven "Steve" WelzerCandidate for House CD 12
New MexicoGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
New YorkGreenHenry J. "Hank" BardelCandidate for House CD 11
GreenFrank Sha FrancoisCandidate for House CD 5
GreenMatthew J. "Matt" FunicielloCandidate for House CD 21
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
GreenDaniel "Danny" Vila RiveraCandidate for House CD 13
GreenRobin Laverne WilsonCandidate for Senate Class 3
North Carolina(Green)Jill E. SteinCandidate for President
North DakotaGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
Northern Marianas  
OhioGreenJames J. "Jim" Condit, Jr.Candidate for House CD 8
GreenJoseph Rosario "Joe" DeMareCandidate for Senate Class 3
GreenDerrick James HendricksCandidate for House CD 8
(Green)Andrew JarviCandidate for House CD 14
GreenJoe ManchikCandidate for House CD 12
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
Oklahoma  
OregonPacific GreenMichael Allan "Mike" BeilsteinCandidate for House CD 4
Pacific GreenChris HenryCandidate for Treasurer
Pacific GreenEric C. NavickasCandidate for Senate Class 3
Pacific GreenMarvin J. SandnesCandidate for House CD 5
Pacific GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
Pacific GreenAlan ZundelCandidate for Secretary of State
PennsylvaniaGreenKristin R. CombsCandidate for Treasurer
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
GreenJohn Jay SweeneyCandidate for Auditor General
Puerto Rico  
Republicans Abroad International  
Rhode IslandGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
South CarolinaGreenArik BjornCandidate for House CD 2
GreenDimitri ChernyCandidate for House CD 1
GreenThomas Alan DixonCandidate for Senate Class 3
GreenMal HymanCandidate for House CD 7
GreenPrince Charles MalloryCandidate for House CD 6
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
South Dakota  
Tennessee(Green)Jill E. SteinCandidate for President
TexasGreenPaul BlairCandidate for House CD 3
GreenMichael Dwain CaryCandidate for House CD 28
GreenJoshua DarrCandidate for House CD 2
GreenAntonio "Tony" DiazCandidate for House CD 21
GreenMary L. GourdouxCandidate for House CD 16
GreenThomas KlevenCandidate for House CD 18
GreenMark LawsonCandidate for House CD 19
GreenKevin McCormickCandidate for House CD 24
GreenJames Partsch-GalvanCandidate for House CD 29
GreenPaul PipkinCandidate for House CD 20
GreenThom PrenticeCandidate for House CD 30
GreenHal J. "H.J." Ridley, Jr.Candidate for House CD 36
GreenMartina SalinasCandidate for Railroad Commissioner 1
GreenDarrel Smith, Jr.Candidate for House CD 6
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
GreenGary StuardCandidate for House CD 32
GreenVanessa S. TijerinaCandidate for House CD 15
GreenH. F. Rusty TomlinsonCandidate for House CD 13
GreenScott TrimbleCandidate for House CD 35
Utah(Green)Jill E. SteinCandidate for President
VermontGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
Virgin Islands  
VirginiaGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
WashingtonGreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
West VirginiaMountainCharlotte Jean PrittCandidate for Governor
MountainMichael SharleyCandidate for Attorney General
MountainJill E. SteinCandidate for President
Wisconsin(Green)Wendy GribbenCandidate for House CD 8
GreenJill E. SteinCandidate for President
Wyoming(Green)Jill 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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