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Best Third Party Presidential Results: 2008 (with 2012 update)

2012 Update: Places to find good, third party election results:

For great and detailed state-by-state charts, which include third party totals, go to Politico: here.

Or, try Google’s results page: here (You have to click on “show all candidates” to see third party statistics).

For Green Party results and victory anecdotes, go to Green Party Watch: here.
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2008 Update: Please find results here at C-Span/AP. I can’t bear sending all these people to FOX News. And, Ballot Access News and I both think the C-Span site is great. – KW

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Old post, from Election Night:

Of all things, the baddest guy in town must have realized that we have money and/or eyeballs for their advertisers. FOX News created this whole interactive map of the United States, where if you click on your state, you see detailed election results with third party candidates. It is pretty cool. (Thanks to Ballot Access News for the tip.)

Update: Thank goodness. Ballot Access found two other places to go besides FOX News:

CNN here.

C-Span/AP here.

I will say that I do not think that the New York results could be correct, or probably they are just not finalized. The way they report New York, Cynthia McKinney only gets 3,879 votes in all of New York State, and Nader only gets 12, 890 votes in all of New York State. Those numbers seem very low, since for Governor and Senator we usually pull about 30,000 to 50,000ish. Also, I remember in previous presidential cycles finding Nader numbers at 0’s, 1’s, 2’s, and 3’s. And, this time we actually got a 5 and a 6 at ED’s. I believe that is better than in the past. So, I am guessing it is less than all precincts reporting. Or, it could be what usually happens, some pollworkers don’t even read/report to the bottom of the poll on election night, and third parties pick up polls on the automatic recanvass.

**************Exciting News for Third Party Activists: Send a progressive 3rd Party Candidate to Congress!!!

The Presidential Election is over. Though, you can still send a message to the nation that you want peace. On December 6th is a congressional election in New Orleans. And, Malik Rahim, an anti-Iraq War candidate, is running a 5-way race (which includes the incumbent Democrat who is facing corruption charges.) This is a winnable race. This is a way to use the lull in campaigning to focus the energy of progressives and greens together on winning a seat in Congress. For more information on Malik Rahim for Congress, go to his web-site: here. To donate to Malik Rahim for Congress, go to his contributor page: here.

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