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https://plus.google.com/111286111779516013881 Drew Jensen : Senator Sanders wins WV Primary Secretary Clinton one step closer to winning nomination With 82.0% ...
Senator Sanders wins WV Primary
Secretary Clinton one step closer to winning nomination

With 82.0% of precincts reporting the current vote count:

Bernie Sanders   51.3%    105,389
Hillary Clinton       36.0%      73,989
Keith Judd               1.8%         3,608
All Others               10.9%      22,407

Total Votes                            205,393

Senator Sanders looks likely to win every district within the state.
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https://plus.google.com/116548523075758504496 Robert Miller : This is pretty damn important, is it not? ESPECIALLY since the delegates are supposed to be proportional...
This is pretty damn important, is it not? ESPECIALLY since the delegates are supposed to be proportional?

West Virginia Primary
Source: AP
DEMOCRATIC PARTY
|REPUBLICAN PARTY
CANDIDATES
VOTE
DELEGATES
Bernie Sanders
98,562
16
Hillary Clinton
70,035
11
Paul Farrell
16,493
0
Keith Judd
3,474
0
Martin O'Malley
2,964
0
Rocky De La Fuente
846
0
Democratic: 75.07% reporting
Republican: 74.11% reporting
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https://plus.google.com/114125173883009362381 Law Offices of Randy Collins : As Donald Trump, Hillary and Bill Clinton and Bernie Sanders campaigned in West Virginia this month ...
As Donald Trump, Hillary and Bill Clinton and Bernie Sanders campaigned in West Virginia this month before thousands of voters, ex-convict Keith Judd slipped into the state unnoticed.
This ex-con is running in WV against Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders
Keith Judd was in prison in 2008 and still won 41 percent of the vote in the WV primary against Barack Obama
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https://plus.google.com/110412769711133051481 Breaking Charleston WV News : Judd's incarceration prevented him from touring four years ago, when Obama won only 59 percent of the...
Judd's incarceration prevented him from touring four years ago, when Obama won only 59 percent of the vote and lost to Judd in 10 of West Virginia's 55 counties.
Ex-con Keith Judd makes quiet visit to WV in his White House run
Judd's incarceration prevented him from touring four years ago, when Obama won only 59 percent of the vote and lost to Judd in 10 of West Virginia's 55 counties.
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https://plus.google.com/102816263628053019686 Yitzchak Baruch Fishel : After 15 years in prison for threatening and trying to extort his wife in divorce proceedings and for...
After 15 years in prison for threatening and trying to extort his wife in divorce proceedings and for a parole violation, Keith Judd, who received 41 percent of the vote in West Virginia's 2012 primary against President Barack Obama, is a free man and he is improvising another run for president.
After 2012 stunner, ex-con makes another White House run
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — As Donald Trump, Hillary and Bill Clinton and Bernie Sanders campaigned in West Virginia this month before thousands of voters, ex-convict Keith Judd slipped into the state unnoticed. There were…
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https://plus.google.com/108134139405858804360 Keith Judd : The Government held me in Federal Prisons for a ton of years for a crime I did not commit. I am still...
The Government held me in Federal Prisons for a ton of years for a crime I did not commit. I am still fighting the criminal case to prove my innocence.
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https://plus.google.com/118098589472524505376 CASINO x Kibow : When Hillary Clinton tries to vanquish Bernie Sanders in West Virginia's Democratic presidential primary...
When Hillary Clinton tries to vanquish Bernie Sanders in West Virginia's Democratic presidential primary next month, she'll also have to watch out for Keith Judd. That should be no sweat, right? After all, Judd is a political nobody and a felon, who barely scraped together the $2,500 needed to get his name ... #VegasINC #casino
After 2012 stunner, ex-con makes another White House run - Las Vegas Sun News

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https://plus.google.com/103781697660928060748 YSK Lexington : CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — When Hillary Clinton tries to vanquish Bernie Sanders in West Virginia’s Democratic...
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — When Hillary Clinton tries to vanquish Bernie Sanders in West Virginia’s Democratic presidential primary next month, she will also have to watch out for Keith Judd. That should be no sweat, right? Judd is a political nobody and a…
After 2012 stunner, ex-con makes another White House run
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — When Hillary Clinton tries to vanquish Bernie Sanders in West Virginia’s Democratic presidential primary next month, s
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https://plus.google.com/111348314675990943449 CNSnews.com : After 2012 stunner, ex-con makes another White House run - CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — When Hillary Clinton...
After 2012 stunner, ex-con makes another White House run - CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — When Hillary Clinton tries to vanquish Bernie Sanders in West Virginia's Democratic presidential primary next month, she will also have to watch out for Keith Judd.
After 2012 stunner, ex-con makes another White House run
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — When Hillary Clinton tries to vanquish Bernie Sanders in West Virginia's Democratic presidential primary next month, she will also have to watch out for Keith Judd.
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https://plus.google.com/115061245212026627747 Breaking Atlantic City News : CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — When Hillary Clinton tries to vanquish Bernie Sanders in West Virginia's Democratic...
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — When Hillary Clinton tries to vanquish Bernie Sanders in West Virginia's Democratic presidential primary next month, she will also have to watch out for Keith Judd.
After 2012 stunner, ex-con makes another White House run
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — When Hillary Clinton tries to vanquish Bernie Sanders in West Virginia's Democratic presidential primary next month, she will also have to watch out for Keith Judd.
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https://plus.google.com/109452908915451859520 YSK San Diego : When Hillary Clinton tries to vanquish Bernie Sanders in West Virginia's Democratic presidential primary...
When Hillary Clinton tries to vanquish Bernie Sanders in West Virginia's Democratic presidential primary next month, she'll also have to watch out for Keith Judd.Full article courtesy of: KFMB – Politics Published on April 29, 2016 at 11:24AM…
After 2012 stunner, ex-con makes another White House run
When Hillary Clinton tries to vanquish Bernie Sanders in West Virginia's Democratic presidential primary next month, she'll also have to watch ou
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https://plus.google.com/108134139405858804360 Keith Judd : NAFTA = SHAFTA - IT'S ALL ABOUT MONEY
NAFTA = SHAFTA - IT'S ALL ABOUT MONEY
NAFTA = SHAFTA - IT'S ALL ABOUT MONEY
NAFTA = SHAFTA - IT'S ALL ABOUT MONEY In 1993 Congress enacted the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which was signed into Law by President Bill Clinton, and went into effect on January 1, 1994. With rega...
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https://plus.google.com/108134139405858804360 Keith Judd : KEITH JUDD FOR PRESIDENT OF USA 2016, Democratic Candidate, now out of Obama's Federal Prison and still...
KEITH JUDD FOR PRESIDENT OF USA 2016, Democratic Candidate, now out of Obama's Federal Prison and still innocent.
Keith Judd for President Jimmy Kimmel Live - Videos - Metatube

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https://plus.google.com/108134139405858804360 Keith Judd : KEITH JUDD FOR PRESIDENT OF USA 2016, Democratic Candidate, now out of Obama's Federal Prison and still...
KEITH JUDD FOR PRESIDENT OF USA 2016, Democratic Candidate, now out of Obama's Federal Prison and still innocent
Watch the video: Will This Prisoner Stop Obama?
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https://plus.google.com/108134139405858804360 Keith Judd : THE NEW ECONOMY - DEATH OF THE DOLLAR.
THE NEW ECONOMY - DEATH OF THE DOLLAR.
THE NEW ECONOMY - DEATH OF THE DOLLAR
THE NEW ECONOMY - DEATH OF THE DOLLAR We will bring about the New Economy starting with the Death of the Dollar. All Banks and Markets will close and the currency of the United States will be cancelled. The National Debt ...
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https://plus.google.com/108134139405858804360 Keith Judd :

THERE ARE MORE PEOPLE IN PRISON IN THE UNITED STATES THAN ANY OTHER COUNRTY IN THE WORLD
TWENTY FIVE PERCENT OF THE WORLD'S PRISON POPULATION IS IN THE UNITED STATES There are more people in prison in the United States than any other Country in the world. More laws, more police and more people in prison has s...
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https://plus.google.com/114746360886239797190 KFOR NewsChannel 4 OKC : Refresh often for updated returns when polls close. PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY (D) 0 of 1,956 Precincts Reporting...
Refresh often for updated returns when polls close. PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY (D) 0 of 1,956 Precincts Reporting BERNIE SANDERS 0% 0 KEITH JUDD 0% 0 HILLARY CLINTON 0% 0 ROQUE ROCKY DE LA FUENTE 0% 0 MARTIN O’MALLEY 0% 0 STAR LOCKE 0% 0 MICHAEL STEINBERG 0% 0…
Super Tuesday 2016 election results
Refresh often for updated returns when polls close. PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY (D) 0 of 1,956 Precincts Reporting BERNIE SANDERS 0% 0 KEITH JUDD 0% 0 HILLARY CLINTON 0% 0 ROQUE ROCKY DE LA FUENTE 0% 0 MA…
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https://plus.google.com/109070804714524573744 JC Holy Man S.A.Payne Uni Peg Unix “Unicorn Pegasus” The Christ 333 :  List of parasites (human) DEMOCRATIC PARTY: Hillary Clinton Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton...
 List of parasites (human)
DEMOCRATIC PARTY:

 Hillary Clinton
Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (New York)
Campaign Site: HillaryClinton.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/HillaryClinton
Twitter: www.twitter.com/HillaryClinton

 Bernie Sanders
US Senator Bernie Sanders (Vermont)
Campaign Site: BernieSanders.com
Government Site: Office of US Senator Bernie Sanders
Facebook: www.facebook.com/BernieSanders
Twitter: www.twitter.com/SenSanders

 Rocky De La Fuente
Businessman Rocky De La Fuente (California)
Campaign Site: Rocky2016.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/VoteRocky2016
Twitter: www.twitter.com/VoteRocky2016

OTHER DEMOCRATS:

Jon Adams (New York)
Brandon Armstrong (South Carolina)
Warren Ashe (Florida)
Howell Astor (North Carolina)
James Bell (Ohio) 
Christina Billings-Elias (California)
John Blyth (Illinois)
Morrison Bonpasse (Maine)
Meridi Richardson Bosley (Arizona)
Jeff Boss (New Jersey) 
Philip Bralich (California) 
Harry Braun (Georgia) 
Arthur Brooks Jr. (Texas)
Kennedy Brown (Alabama) 
Bob Bucket (California) 
Edie Bukewihge (California) 
Steve Burke (New York) 
Pamela M. Pinkney Butts (Ohio) 
President Emperor Caesar (Florida) 
Andy Caffrey (California)
Willie Carter (Texas)
James Chen (California) 
Celestino Chora (California) 
Brittany Clark (California)
Ron Clayman (Iowa)
James Casey Collins (Florida)
Stephen Comley (New Hampshire)
George Dietrich II (West Virginia) 
Andrew Donelson (Texas)
Kristi Dutton (Arizona) 
Larry Ealy (Ohio)
Eric Elbot (Massachusetts)
Ronald Emrit (Nevada)
Nicholas Erwin (North Carolina) 
John Forsyth (Maine) 
Rich Franco (Florida) 
William French (Pennsylvania) 
Susan Gelber Ott (Virginia) 
Gabriel Gomez (Georgia) 
Jim Green (Texas) 
Mark Greenstein (Connecticut) 
Quancidine Gribble (North Carolina) 
Neil Grimaldi (New York)
Christin Noel Griskie (Florida) 
Kristopher Gutierrez (Washington) 
Don Hackett Jr. (Florida) 
Timothy Hagerty (Michigan) 
Brianna Mayann Hammel (Indiana) 
Gerald Hankins (Pennsylvania) 
Mark Hardie (California) 
Jason Hart (Oklahoma) 
Calvis Hawes (Texas) 
Tameika Hawkins (New Jersey) 
Henry Hewes (New York) 
Charles Hodge (California) 
Robbie Hoffman (Wisconsin)
Matthew Houston (California) 
Brock Hutton (Maryland) 
Denny Jackson (Kentucky) 
Aidan Johnson (Washington) 
John Fitzgerald Johnson (Ohio)
Kyrstal Johnson (Alabama) 
Larry E. Johnson (Colorado)
Kelby Jones (Arizona) 
Gayle Jones-Taylor (California) 
Keith Judd (Texas)
Cody Judy (Utah)
Glenn Kaminsky (California)
Mohammed Keita (New York) 
Lloyd Kelso (North Carolina)
Jonathan Lavigne (West Virginia) 
James "Titus The Great" Law (California)
Matthew Linder (California)
Steven Lipscomb (New Mexico) 
Star Locke (Texas)
Robert Lovitt (Kentucky) 
Colin Mackintosh (Illinois) 
Harvey Martin (Arizona) 
Paddington Massey (Arkansas) 
Lonnie Mathias (California) 
L.R. "Skip" Maul Jr. (Arizona)
Alyssa Dara McDowell (Kentucky)
Bill McGaughey (Minnesota)
Jeremy McKeen (Massachusetts)
Michael McMenemy (Pennsylvania) 
Sherry Meadows (Texas)
Lee Mercer Jr. (Tennessee)
Daniel "Tool" Michaels (Florida) 
Loretta "Leah Lax" Miller (Pennsylvania) 
David Mills (West Virginia) 
Julius Mogyorossy (California) 
Ray Moroz (New York) 
Rome Murphy II (New Jersey) 
Ed O’Donnell (Pennsylvania)
James Ogle III (California)
Daniel Owens (Oregon) 
Harry Pavilack (South Carolina) 
Dennis Pearson (Florida) 
Cathy Johnson Pendleton (Maryland) 
Margie Penn (Tennessee) 
Angus Perkins (Texas) 
Michel Powell (South Carolina) 
Bob Pribble (Florida) 
Mason Purdy (Indiana) 
Mary Aku Quartey (Maryland)
John Raffone (Florida)
Randall Reeves (Washington) 
Lee Rhodes (New York)
Russ Rohrbacker (Colorado) 
Stephen Rush (California)
Doug Schreffler (California) 
Will Schroeder (Illinois) 
Graham Schwass (Massachusetts) 
Margaret Schweigert (New York)
Angelo Scrigna (Hawaii) 
Christian Serino (Nevada)
Jerome Singleton Jr. (Louisiana) 
Jesse Sisler (Illinois) 
Sam Sloan (New York)
Edward Sonnino (New York) 
Nicholas Sopkovich (California)
Michael Steinberg (Florida)
Mark Stewart (New Hampshire)
Vermin Supreme (Maryland)
David John Thistle (New Hampshire)
Robert Lee Tolbert (Georgia) 
Michele Ann Jones Touchettgess (District of Columbia)
Ray Uhric (Pennsylvania)
James Valentine (Florida)
Aaron Vann (New Jersey) 
Jimelle Walls (California) 
John Walsh III (Pennsylvania)
Dave Webber (New York)
Richard Lyons Weil (Colorado)
Robby Wells (North Carolina)
Elaine Williams (Florida)
Lanine Wilson (Maryland) 
Willie Wilson (Illinois)
Jeffrey Windett (West Virginia) 
Brad Winslow (California) 
Thomas Winterbottom (Pennsylvania)
John Wolfe (Tennessee) 
John Worldpeace (New Mexico) 
Susan Young (California)

REPUBLICAN PARTY:

 Jeb Bush
Former Governor Jeb Bush (Florida)
Campaign Site: Jeb2016.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/JebBush 
Twitter: www.twitter.com/JebBush

 Ben Carson
Dr. Ben Carson (Florida)
Campaign Site: BenCarson.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/DrBenjaminCarson
Twitter: www.twitter.com/RealBenCarson

 Chris Christie
Governor Chris Christie (New Jersey)
Campaign Site: ChrisChristie.com
Government Site: Office of Governor Chris Christie
Facebook: www.facebook.com/GovChrisChristie
Twitter: www.twitter.com/GovChristie

 Ted Cruz
US Senator Ted Cruz (Texas)
Campaign Site: TedCruz.org
Government Site: Office of US Senator Ted Cruz
Facebook: www.facebook.com/TedCruzPage
Twitter: www.twitter.com/TedCruz

 Carly Fiorina
Businesswoman Carly Fiorina (Virginia)
Campaign Site: CarlyForPresident.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/CarlyFiorina
Twitter: www.twitter.com/CarlyFiorina

 Jim Gilmore
Former Governor Jim Gilmore (Virginia)
Campaign Site: GilmoreForAmerica.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/JimGilmore 
Twitter: www.twitter.com/GovernorGilmore

 John Kasich
Governor John Kasich (Ohio)
Campaign Site: JohnKasich.com
Government Site: Office of Governor John Kasich
Facebook: www.facebook.com/JohnRKasich
Twitter: www.twitter.com/JohnKasich

 Marco Rubio
US Senator Marco Rubio (Florida)
Campaign Site: MarcoRubio.com
Government Site: Office of US Senator Marco Rubio
Facebook: www.facebook.com/MarcoRubio
Twitter: www.twitter.com/MarcoRubio

 Donald Trump
Businessman Donald Trump (New York)
Campaign Site: DonaldJTrump.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/DonaldTrump
Twitter: www.twitter.com/RealDonaldTrump

OTHER REPUBLICANS:
Jack Adams (Texas)
Brian Allen (California) 
Pogo Mochello Allen-Reese (Texas)
Alex Anderson (California)
John Anderson Jr. (California) 
Skip Andrews (Kansas)
Ray Antley Jr. (North Carolina) 
Armando Anzoli (Rhode Island) 
Ray Askin (Ohio) 
George Bailey Jr. (Mississippi)
Michael Baldwin (Missouri) 
David Baucom (North Carolina)
Danielle Berhane (Arizona) 
Michael Bickelmeyer (Ohio) 
Virgil Bierschwale (Texas)
John Bizga (New Jersey) 
Kwame Boateng (California) 
Bruce Bongardt (Nevada)
Tony Bonificia Jr. (New York) 
Kerry Bowers (Nevada)
Suzanne Boyajian (California) 
Daniel Brannan (California) 
Jairo Briceno (Texas) 
Dominique Brown (Pennsylvania)
George Brucato (Nevada) 
Gary Caissie (Oklahoma) 
Francis Castleberry (Florida)
Christopher Chappell (Ohio) 
Rick Chollett (Texas)
Dale Christensen (Missouri) 
Brian Ari Cole (Pennsylvania) 
Scott Cole (North Carolina)
Stephen Comley (Massachusetts)
Tim Cook (North Carolina)
Karen Copen (Colorado) 
David Reed Cornerstone (Texas) 
Ricky Crews (Florida) 
Melody Crombie (Maryland) 
Ezekiel George Crotzer (Michigan)
Brooks Cullison (Illinois)
Tim Day (Texas) 
Paul DeBow (Louisiana) 
Anthony DeFazio (Illinois) 
Paul Delong (Pennsylvania) 
Tom DeMarco (Nevada)
George Dietrich II (West Virginia) 
Mike Diggs (Arkansas)
Kenneth Donaldson (Texas) 
Patrick Drake (Georgia) 
Matt Drozd (Pennsylvania) 
Todd Dubon (Louisiana) 
Wanda Duckwald (Oklahoma) 
Douglas Duke (Alabama) 
Ronald Duke (Alabama) 
John Dummett Jr. (California)
J. Daniel Dyas (Alabama) 
Isis Elijah (Ohio)
Nicholas Evans (Oklahoma) 
Stuart Farber (Florida)
Elmer Farmer Jr. (Louisiana) 
Christopher Farnell (Alaska) 
Gerald Feeney (Florida) 
Jack Fellure (West Virginia)
James Firmani (California) 
Turk Fratterson (California)
Bruce Gidner (Michigan) 
Rocky Giordani (California)
Nathaniel Glasgow (North Carolina) 
Don Green (Texas)
David Hall (Florida) 
Anita Hammon (California) 
Robert Hanson (Texas) 
Jim Hayden (Tennessee)
Shannon Hazzard (Virginia) 
Selden Kennedy Henry (Florida) 
Albert Howard (California)
Millie Howard (Ohio) 
Kevin Huey (Colorado) 
Eugene Hunt Jr. (Michigan) 
Justin Hyde (California) 
Abraham Israel (Connecticut) 
Walter Iwachiw (New York)
Kins Jeroboan (New York)
Roger Jewell (Arizona)
Tyrone Johnson (Ohio) 
D. Royce Jones (Texas)
Tyrone Julius (District of Columbia) 
Brenda Justice (New York) 
Tim Kalemkarian (California)
Magdalina Kalincheva (California) 
George Karpacs (Pennsylvania) 
Marc Keller (Oregon) 
Michael Kinlaw (Colorado) 
Alexander Kissi (New York)
Valma Kittington (Alabama)
Benny Korman (New York)
Jennifer Lang (Maryland) 
Edgar Lawson (Tennessee) 
John Lee (Texas) 
Monroe Lee (Florida) 
Jerry Leonard (North Carolina) 
Renee Loetscher (Florida) 
Charles Long (Maryland) 
Aurora Lopez (Washington) 
Kris Lord (Florida)
Bartholomew James Lower (Michigan) 
Dennis Michael Lynch (New York)
Frank Lynch (Florida) 
Jim Lynch (Illinois) 
Joan Malone (District of Columbia)
Robert Mann (Indiana) 
Barbara Mae Markovich (Montana) 
Stephen Marks (Florida) 
Alonzo Martin Sr. (Missouri) 
Andy Martin (New Hampshire)
James Ray Martin (Mississippi) 
Mike Martisko (Pennsylvania)
Corneluis Mathews (Oklahoma)
John McCarthy (Massachusetts)
Stephen John McCarthy (Ohio) 
Jimmy McMillan (New York)
Mickey Meade (California) 
Nathan Meadows (Georgia) 
Peter Messina (Florida)
Raymond Miller (Idaho)
David Mills (Georgia) 
Tiffani Mims (Texas)
James Mitchell Jr. (Illinois)
Efrain Montaigne (New York) 
Timothy Moore (Washington)
John Morrissey (Massachusetts) 
K. Ross Newland (Illinois)
Quinon Norwood IV (Mississippi) 
Jim O'Neill (Connecticut) 
Princess Oawlawolwaol (California)
Cole Oeltjenbruns (Arizona)
Scot Olewine (Puerto Rico)
Esteban Oliverez (Texas)
Stephen Patterson (Michigan) 
Richard Peter (Texas) 
Michael Petyo (Indiana)
Deshon Porter (Illinois)
Chomi Prag (Wisconsin)
William Propsner (New Mexico) 
Joe Robinson (Massachusetts) 
Kenny Rodeo (Colorado) 
James Rogriguez (North Carolina) 
Lorren Rogers (Kentucky) 
Cindy Ellen Rose (California) 
Ruby Rose (Massachusetts) 
Jim Rundberg (Colorado)
Brian Russell (Florida) 
Douglas Sabbag (Florida) 
Ole Savior (Minnesota) 
Larry Scarborough (California) 
John Schiess (Wisconsin)
Jefferson Sherman (Maryland)
Peter Sherrill (New York)
Andrew Simmons (Mississippi) 
Greg Sims (Texas)
Mark Sleggs (New York) 
Darryl Smith (Maine) 
Jeffrey Smith (Florida) 
Silvia Stagg (New York)
Herb Stephens (Missouri)
Joseph Stetson (South Carolina) 
Scott Stauffer (Maryland) 
Sherlene Stevens (District of Columbia)
Paul Sudduth (Mississippi)
Michael Szczepanski New York) 
Maxwell Thomas (Colorado) 
Dwayne Tomlinson (Florida)
Carol Torkko (Washington)
Robert Tracy (Nevada)
Thai Allen Walker (California) 
John Wallace (Hawaii) 
Stanley Warner (California) 
Warren West (Alaska) 
Gus Williams (California) 
Richard Witz (Massachusetts) 
Vern Wuensche (Texas) 
Kaye Wyman (North Carolina)

THIRD PARTY and
INDEPENDENT CANDIDATES:
(Note: Parties with ballot status in at least one state -- based on 2012 ballot status -- listed first, then all others under the INDEPENDENT & WRITE-IN CANDIDATES header).

AMERICA'S PARTY / AMERICAN INDEPENDENT PARTY:

Lawrence Beliz (California)
Wiley Drake (California)
Brian Henry
Tom Hoefling (Iowa)
Rex Kafo 
J.R. Myers (Alaska)
Walter Niyakik (Alaska)
Robert Ornelas (California)
George Peabody
Robert S. Peters
Robert Sisilo (Solomon Islands)

AMERICAN FREEDOM PARTY:

Bob WhitakerTom Bowie
Bob Whitaker (South Carolina)
Presidential Nominee

Tom Bowie (Maryland)
Vice Presidential Nominee

CONSTITUTION PARTY:

William Bowhall (Alabama) 
Rev. Scott Copeland (Texas)
Betsy Elgar (Washington)
Former Congressman John Hostettler (R-Indiana)
Gerald Jennings II (Colorado)
Kyle Locker (Florida) 
J.R. Myers (Alaska)
Patrick Ockander (Texas)
Don Rondeau (Maryland) 
Stephen Rovics Sr. (Wisconsin)
Justin Witter (Iowa)
J. Curtis Woolsey (Arizona)

GREEN PARTY:

Willita Bush (Missouri) 
Darryl Cherney (California) 
Bill Kreml (Illinois) 
Kent Mesplay (California)
Robert Milnes (New Jersey)
Sedinam Kinamo Christin Moyowasifza-Curry (California) 
Justin Robert Murphy (Indiana) 
Rhett Smith (Texas) 
Dr. Jill Stein (Massachusetts)
Daniel White (Georgia)

INDEPENDENT AMERICAN PARTY:

Farley AndersonNOT YET NAMED
Farley Anderson (Utah)
Presidential Nominee

NOT YET NAMED
Vice Presidential Nominee

LIBERTARIAN PARTY:

Alexander Cordover (Alabama)
Maro Day Cray (Illinois) 
William Digges (Virginia)
Keenan Dunham (South Carolina)
Raymond Dupuis (Washington)
Marc Feldman (Ohio)
Henry Herford (Louisiana)
Robert Higginson (California) 
Sumayah Hodges (Missouri) 
Cecil Ince (Texas)
Irving Jensen IV (South Dakota) 
Roger Jewell (Arizona) 
Former Governor Gary Johnson (New Mexico)
Steve Kerbel (Colorado)
Robert Kuffel (New Jersey) 
Kip Lee (California) 
John McAfee (Tennessee)
Robert Milnes (New Jersey) 
Nathan Norman (Pennsylvania)
Darryl Perry (Texas) 
Austin Peterson (Missouri)
Rebecca Pfleiderer (Missouri)
Bill Pruitt (Oklahoma) 
Derrick Reid (California)
Rhett Smith (Texas)
Jillian Sorenson (California) 
Dennis Torii Jr. (Florida)
Joy Waymire (California)
Mike Wiley (Nevada)

OBJECTIVIST PARTY:

Tom Stevens (New York)

PARTY OF SOCIALISM AND LIBERATION (PSL):

Gloria LaRiva Eugene Puryear
Gloria LaRiva (California)
Presidential Nominee

Eugene Puryear (District of Columbia)
Vice Presidential Nominee

PEACE & FREEDOM PARTY:

Roseanne Barr (California)
Lynn Kahn (Independent-Maryland)
Gloria LaRiva (California)
Monica Moorehead (Workers World-New York)
Jill Stein (Green-Massachusetts)

PROHIBITION PARTY:

Jim Hedges Bill Bayes
Former Township Tax Assessor Jim Hedges (Pennsylvania)
Presidential Nominee

Bill Bayes (Mississippi)
Vice Presidential Nominee

REFORM PARTY USA:

Ed Chlapowski (Texas)
Ken Cross (Arkansas)
Lynn Kahn (Independent-Maryland)

SOCIALIST PARTY USA:

Mimi Soltysik Angela Walker
Emidio "Mimi" Soltysik (California)
Presidential Nominee

Angela Walker (Wisconsin)
Vice Presidential Nominee

SOCIALIST EQUALITY PARTY:

No Candidates Yet Identified
SOCIALIST WORKERS PARTY (SWP):

No Candidates Yet Identified
VETERANS PARTY OF AMERICA:

Chris Keniston Deacon Taylor
Chris Keniston (Texas)
Presidential Nominee

Deacon Taylor (Nevada)
Vice Presidential Nominee

WORKERS WORLD PARTY:

Monica Moorehead Lamont Lilly
Monica Moorehead (New York)
Presidential Nominee

Lamont Lilly (North Carolina)
Vice Presidential Nominee

INDEPENDENT, OTHER & WRITE-IN CANDIDATES:
Gifford Abbott Jr. (Independent-Pennsylvania)
Christopher Abernathy (Independent-North Carolina)
Paul Adams (Independent-Connecticut) 
William Oren Adams (Independent-Louisiana)
Danny Aguilar (Write In-Nevada)
Robert Aldridge (Independent-Tennessee)
Darryl Allen (Independent-Washington)
James Allen (Independent-Kentucky)
Jeremiah Allen (Independent-Oklahoma)
William Alsup (Independent-Kentucky) 
Joseph Altimari (Independent-Pennsylvania) 
John Anderson (Populist Party-Michigan) 
Roland Aranjo (Independent-Arizona)
Renny Arcaya (Independent-Texas) 
Aidan Arnold-Galati (Independent-California) 
Paul Asher (Independent-Florida) 
Frank Atwood (Approval Voting-Colorado)
Dustin Baird (Write In-Utah) 
Ed Baker (Independent-Oregon) 
Jacob Baker (Work-South Carolina)
Dennis Ball (America's Party of America-California)
Joseph Bannerman (Independent-Alabama)
Don Barnhart Jr. (Independent-Nevada)
Parker Baro (Independent-Florida) 
Andrew Basiago (Independent-Washington)
Adam Baxter (Independent-Utah) 
Chandler Benn (Independent-Wisconsin) 
Danny Bennett, II (United-Montana) 
Rhett Bergevin (Independent-Illinois) 
Joey Berry (Independent-South Carolina) 
Maryanne Bridget Berman (Independent American-New York) 
Randy Bizzle (Independent-North Carolina)
Michael Blair (Independent-Washington) 
Piotr Blass (Write In-Florida) 
Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg (Independent-New York) 
David Boarman (Independent-California)
Chad Boisselle (Independent-North Carolina) 
Sheila Bolar (Independent-Alabama) 
Matthew Borman (American-Florida)
Eric Borrell (Independent-District of Columbia) 
Robert Boris (Independent-California)
William Bowhall Jr. (Independent-Alabama) 
J. Boydston (Write In-Colorado) 
Michelle Braithwood (Independent-Florida) 
Spencer Brandkamp (Write In-Arkansas) 
Brian Briggs (Independent-Mississippi)
Joseph Britt Jr. (Independent-New York) 
Peter Breyfogle (Independent-Minnesota)
Mark Brooks (Independent-Washington) 
Anitra Brown (Independent-California) 
Harley Brown (Independent-Idaho)
James Brummett (Independent-Indiana)
Sean Burns (Independent-Iowa) 
Doug Butler (Independent-Washington) 
Pamela Pinkney Butts (Independent-Ohio)
James Byers (Independent-Indiana) 
Johnnie Campbell (Independent-Iowa) 
Paul Cannaday (Independent-Michigan) 
Antonio Cannady (Independent-Florida) 
Emilio Carreon (Independence Party-California) 
Jerry Leon Carroll (Independent-California) 
Kristie Carter-Gutierrez (Independent-Tennessee) 
Michael Castillejos (Federal-New York)
John Castillo (Independent-Texas) 
Paul Chehade (Independent-Florida)
Toney Chenyworth (Independent-Texas) 
John Chester (Independent-V
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