The Green Papers
The Green Papers
2022 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 1984 and 2016)
    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 1984 and 2016 and which fielded candidates in the previous presidential election [2016] 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

  1. Working Families
    1. Based in: Based in New York
    2. Party Links
      1. Working Families Party
      2. Working Families Party
    3. Incumbents, candidates, and links to state affiliates
      1. 19 Candidates
      2. 4 Links
 
StatePartyCandidate or Party LinkOffice
Alabama  
Alaska  
American Samoa  
Arizona  
Arkansas  
California  
Colorado  
ConnecticutWorking FamiliesConnecticut Working Families Party
Delaware  
Democrats Abroad  
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 YorkWorking FamiliesWorking Families Party
Working FamiliesWorking Families Party
Working FamiliesMember of Congress Jamaal A. BowmanCandidate for House CD 16
Working FamiliesMember of Congress Yvette D. ClarkeCandidate for House CD 9
Working FamiliesBob CohenCandidate for House CD 1
Working FamiliesMelanie D'ArrigoCandidate for House CD 3
Working FamiliesMax H. Della PiaCandidate for House CD 23
Working FamiliesComptroller Thomas P. "Tom" DiNapoliCandidate for Comptroller
Working Familiesformer Babylon Council Member Jacqueline "Jackie" GordonCandidate for House CD 2
Working FamiliesMember of Congress Brian M. HigginsCandidate for House CD 26
Working FamiliesAttorney General Letitia A. "Tish" JamesCandidate for Attorney General
Working FamiliesMember of Congress Sean Patrick MaloneyCandidate for House CD 17
Working FamiliesMember of Congress Joseph D. "Joe" MorelleCandidate for House CD 25
Working FamiliesMember of Congress Jerrold Lewis "Jerry" NadlerCandidate for House CD 12
Working Familiesstate Assembly Member Yuh-Line NiouCandidate for House CD 10
Working FamiliesBrittany Ramos DeBarrosCandidate for House CD 11
Working FamiliesJoshua "Josh" RileyCandidate for House CD 19
Working FamiliesUlster County Executive Patrick K. "Pat" RyanCandidate for House CD 18
Working FamiliesSenator Charles E. "Chuck" SchumerCandidate for Senate Class 3
Working FamiliesMember of Congress Paul David TonkoCandidate for House CD 20
Working FamiliesMember of Congress Nydia Margarita VelázquezCandidate for House CD 7
North Carolina  
North Dakota  
Northern Marianas  
Ohio  
Oklahoma  
Oregon  
Pennsylvania  
Puerto Rico  
Republicans Abroad International  
Rhode Island  
South CarolinaWorking FamiliesSouth Carolina Working Families Party
South Dakota  
Tennessee  
Texas  
Utah  
Vermont  
Virgin Islands  
Virginia  
Washington  
West Virginia  
Wisconsin  
Wyoming  
 

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.


2022 General Election Outline


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