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President 2012: New York Presidential Ballot Info (and national links)

Polling place info for NYC, Nassau, Suffolk, is at onthewilderside post: here.


11/2/12 Updates

Suffolk County, NY Absentee Ballot Hours Extended & Changed Polling Places (pdf) h/t Suffolk NYCLU

Receipt date of NY Absentee Ballots extended

10/5/12 update:

NYS Presidential Ballot:
(as finalized for Nov 2012) 

Barack Obama

Mitt Romney

Mitt Romney

Barack Obama

Jill Stein

Peta Lindsay

Gary Johnson

Virgil Goode

Note: The INDEPENDENCE PARTY of NY is not running a Presidential Candidate.

PDFs of Ballots can be found at the NYS Board of Elections here:

Nationwide 2012 Presidential Campaigns and Ballot info:

Candidate list and links at: www.politics1.com

Official FEC webpage list of candidates filed: www.fec.gov (Federal Elections Commission of the United States)

State-by-state info about petitions filed for President at
Ballot Access News: here (see chart on middle of page)


New York State
Local, NY, 2012 Presidential Ballot information
Updated  10/2/2012

See the list of potential and probable candidates at the bottom of this post. (Also updated 8/30/2012)

What’s happening in New York State now, regarding the US President 2012 campaign? The major party conventions are coming up soon.  The other ballot access parties — such as Working Families — have made, or will soon make, their decisions. Currently, petitions are filed (but not approved) for independent nominating groups — such as Socialist Party USA.

highlights from
The New York State Political Calendar

Election Day 2012 is Tuesday, November 6, 2012
The polls are open from 6am-9pm

Primary Day is Thursday, September 13, 2012

In NY, the last day to register to vote is October 12, 2012
for the November General election.

NY Voter Registration info here…

Last day to postmark absentee ballots is: 10/30/12
(Different deadlines for military and overseas voters. See political calendar.)

Date candidates and ballot questions are set: 10/2/12

Last day to file as a write-in candidate is: 10/16/12


Presidential Candidates
who will (probably) be on NY ballots
with Ballot Access Parties

Conservative: most likely Romney/Ryan*
(convention Sept. 8th)

Democratic: Obama/Biden

Green Party: Stein/Honkala

Independence Party: Unknown
(state deadline to announce is Sept 10th,
though ballot-access news says IP has announced
a later deadline.)

Republican: Romney/Ryan

Working Families: Obama/Biden
(info confirmed at Ballot Access News)

*These parties have not officially designated.

Presidential Candidates
who will be on NY ballots
by filing Independent Nominating Petitions

Link to list of petitions filed at NYS Board of Elections: here

Constitution Party: Virgil Goode** Prez/Jim Clymer** VP

Libertarian Party: Gary Johnson**Prez/James P. Gray**VP

Socialism/Liberation: Peta Lindsay**Prez/Yari Osorio**VP


(Not on the ballot will be The Socialist Party USA. They filed Independent Nominating Petitions. But, they filed so few pages, the state rejected them. No one had to challenge them.)

(Also, the deadline has passed for Independent Nominating Petitions in NY State. So, no, new third party or independent candidates can get on the 2012 NYS ballot for President. People may only register as write-in candidates.)


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