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Presidency 2004

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Politics1 presents our profiles of the White House hopefuls. President Bush, John Kerry -- plus all the third party and Independent candidates -- you can find them all here, plus lots of other P2004 resources!! Election Day - Tuesday, November 2, 2004.


REPUBLICAN PARTY:

George W. Bush Dick Cheney

President George W. Bush (Texas)
Presidential Nominee

Vice President Dick Cheney (Wyoming)
Vice Presidential Nominee

FORMER REPUBLICAN PARTY CANDIDATES


DEMOCRATIC PARTY:

John Kerry John Edwards

US Senator John F. Kerry (Massachusetts)
Presidential Nominee

US Senator John Edwards (North Carolina)
Vice Presidential Nominee

FORMER DEMOCRATIC PARTY CANDIDATES


THIRD PARTY CANDIDATES:

CONCERNS OF PEOPLE (PROHIBITION) PARTY:
Gene Amondson Leroy Pletten

Gene Amondson (Alaska)
Presidential Nominee

Leroy Pletten (Michigan)
Vice Presidential Nominee


CONSTITUTION PARTY:
Mike Peroutka Chuck Baldwin

Michael Peroutka (Maryland)
Presidential Nominee

Chuck Baldwin (Florida)
Vice Presidential Nominee

FORMER CP CANDIDATES


GREEN PARTY:
David Cobb Pat LaMarche

David Cobb (California)
Presidential Nominee

Pat LaMarche (Maine)
Vice Presidential Nominee

FORMER GREEN PARTY CANDIDATES


LIBERTARIAN PARTY:
Michael Badnarik Richard Campagna

Michael Badnarik (Texas)
Presidential Nominee

Richard Campagna (Iowa)
Vice Presidential Nominee

FORMER LP CANDIDATES


PEACE & FREEDOM PARTY OF CALIFORNIA:
Leonard Peltier Janice Jordan

Leonard Peltier (Kansas)
Presidential Nominee

Janice Jordan (California)
Vice Presidential Nominee

FORMER PFP CANDIDATES


PERSONAL CHOICE PARTY:
Charles Jay Marilyn Chambers Taylor

Charles Jay (Indiana)
Presidential Nominee

Marilyn Chambers Taylor (California)
Vice Presidential Nominee


PROHIBITION PARTY OF COLORADO:
Earl Dodge Howard Lydick

Earl F. Dodge (Colorado)
Presidential Nominee

Howard Lydick (Texas)
Vice Presidential Nominee


REFORM PARTY / INDEPENDENT: 
Walt Brown Peter Camejo Ralph Nader (I-Connecticut)
Presidential Nominee

Peter M. Camejo (Green-California)
Vice Presidential Nominee

FORMER REFORM PARTY CANDIDATES


SOCIALIST PARTY USA: 
Walt Brown Mary Alice Herbert Walt Brown (Oregon)
Presidential Nominee

Mary Alice Herbert (Vermont)
Vice Presidential Nominee

FORMER SP-USA CANDIDATES


SOCIALIST EQUALITY PARTY:
Bill Van Auken Jim Lawrence Bill Van Auken (New York)
Presidential Nominee

Jim Lawrence (Ohio)
Vice Presidential Nominee

SOCIALIST WORKERS PARTY:
Roger Calero Arrin Hawkins Róger Calero (New York)
Presidential Nominee

Arrin Hawkins (New York)
Vice Presidential Nominee

ALTERNATE (SURROGATE) SOCIALIST WORKERS PARTY NOMINEES:
James Harris for President
Margaret Trowe for Vice President


WORKERS WORLD PARTY:
John Parker Teresa Gutierrez John Parker (California)
Presidential Nominee

Teresa Gutierrez (New York)
Vice Presidential Nominee

INDEPENDENTS & WRITE-INS:

Independent Candidates Appearing on Ballots:

Stanford E. "Andy" Andress (I-Colorado)
Presidential Candidate
and
Irene M. Deasy (I-Colorado)
Vice Presidential Candidate

Thomas Harens Thomas Harens (Christian Freedom-Minnesota)
Presidential Candidate

Jennifer Ryan (Christian Freedom-Minnesota)
Vice Presidential Candidate

Write-In Candidates:

A.J. Albritton (American Republican Party-Mississippi) *
Sterling Allan (Providential Party-Utah) *
Lawson M. Bone (I-Tennessee) *
Kenneth M. Bonnell (I-Mississippi) *
Robert A. Boyle II (I-Maryland) *
Harry Braun (I-Arizona) *
Theodis "Ted" Brown Sr. (I-Missouri) *
Fred Cook (I-Georgia) *
Eric J. Davis (Michigan) *
Robert DiGiulio (Children's Party-Vermont) *
Bob Dorn (Washington) *
Lonnie D. Frank (I-California) *
Ronald "John Galt Jr." Gascon (I-Pensylvania) *
Jack Grimes (United Fascist Union-Pennsylvania) *
Michael Halpin (I-New York) *
Larry D. Hines (I-Texas) *
Georgia Hough (I-Georgia) *
Keith Judd (I-Massachusetts) *
Darren E. Karr (Party X-Oregon) *
Samuel Keegan (I-Rhode Island) *
John Joseph Kennedy (I-Georgia) *
Joseph Martyniuk Jr. (I-Illinois) *
David Mevis (I-Mississippi) *
Muadin (E-Democratic Party-Massachusetts) *
Jeffrey Peters (We The People Party-New Hampshire)
Andrew M. Rotramel (I-Texas) *
Joseph "Average Joe" Schriner (I-Ohio) *
Dennis P. Slatton (United America Party-North Carolina) *
Dan Snow (I-Texas) *
Brian B. Springfield (I-Virginia) *
Diane Templin (American Party-California) *
Lawrence Rey Topham (I-Utah) *
Lemuel Tucker (I-Michigan) *
Da Vid (Light Party-California) *
Tom Wells (Family Values Party-Florida) *
A.J. Wildman (I-Virginia) *

NOT RUNNING / OUT OF THE PRESIDENTIAL RACE:

Joe Bellis (America's Party-Kansas) - Withdrew in August 2004
Gerald Daigneau (I-New Hampshire) - Withdrew in 2001
W.A. Gregory (I-Pennsylvania) - Withdrew in February 2003
US Senator John McCain (R-Arizona) - Disclaimed Interest in 2003
Jakob Nielsen (USAbility Party-California) - Withdrew in 2002
Andisheh "Andy" Nouraee (I-Georgia) - Disclaimed Interest in 2003
Kurt Weber-Heller (Christian Falangist Party-Pennsylvania) - Withdrew in 2003
James W. Wright (I-Texas) - Withdrew in 2003


OTHER RESOURCES:

Politics1's P2004 Ballot Access Report - What third party candidates for President are on the ballots in each of the 50 states? Visit our ballot access page and find out what choices you'll see on your November ballot.

PollingReport.com: White House 2004 - Why bother reinventing the wheel and writing our own poll tracking page when this excellent page already exists! To follow the trends in all of the latest polls in the Presidency 2004 race, simply visit this great page.

Project Vote Smart: Presidential Election 2004 - This site provided a great directory of the P2000 candidates -- with basic bio information, issue survey responses, calendar and links -- and is now doing the same for P2004.

C-SPAN: Bush Administration - Information, links and some streaming video events from one of the nation's leading sources of raw political television coverage on the current administration. Also be sure to check out the Road to the White House section, covering the various Presidential candidates. Constantly updated.

Ballot Access News - This respected publication -- founded in 1985 by Libertarian activist Richard Winger -- tracks the attempts of third party and independent candidates for various offices to secure ballot access in the 50 states. The site also tracks changes in the law, court challenges and other interesting tidbits of third party news you usually won't find elsewhere. Use this page to stay current on which third party and independent candidates will and won't appear on your state's general election ballot in November 2004.

Democracy in Action: P2004 - A great site has lots of detailed information on all of the leading 2004 Presidential candidates -- plus a large section devoted to the Bush Administration. Very useful -- although be patient as the pages take a while to load (but it's worth the wait).

WatchBlog - This news blog site covering the 2004 Presidential race is divided into three parallel blog sections: Democrats, Republicans and Third Parties. The site has multiple editors, with Dems editing the Dem section, Republicans editing the GOP blog, etc. Fairly new site, but shows some good potential.

Center for Public Integrity: Buying of the President 2004 - Lots of personal and campaign financial information on the various candidates and their respective campaign committees.

FundRace 2004 - A fun site that summarizes Presidential candidate contributions -- and ranks the success of the candidates -- under three categories: grassroots donors (the smallest average contributions), fat cat donors (the largest average contributions), and devotion (the highest average of repeat donors). Also a cool "money map" by candidate of where their money is coming from by state and county ... and more.

PresidentialMatch.com - Here's a way to pick a candidate based entirely upon the issues. Interesting, thought provoking, and a lot of fun. It's also rather informative. Answer the various questions (grouped by topic), click the button and ... voila ... up pops the stats on which P2004 candidates you agree with the most. The listing of major candidates will be supplemented with third party nominees later in the election season. Sponsored by AOL and Time magazine.

Candidate Scorecard - Not a corporate sponsored site, but another good tool for comparing candidate positions on key issues.

Current Electoral Vote Predictor 2004 - Just like the name says, this site give you an easy to read map -- based on the most recent polling trends in each state -- to show where Bush and Kerry are ahead and the electoral vote totals that will result.

Presidential Campaign Rhetoric 2004 - Park University Professor and former journalist Andrew Cline performs detailed analysis of the rhetoric used in the speeches by President Bush and the various Presidential candidates. Cline performed a similar task during the 2000 race. Despite what you might fear (i.e., that it would be a rather dry read), this can be rather interesting and useful.

Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections - Dave Leip prepared this very informative site, which provides historic voting results from the Presidential general elections of 1860-2000 and the 2000 Presidential primaries. Covers the vote totals for the major party nominees and the top 2 or 3 third party nominees in each race. Colorful maps and graphs, too.

Commission on Presidential Debates - Established in 1987 by leaders of the two major parties to ensure that debates remain a permanent part of every general election, this nonprofit and bipartisan organization sponsored all the general election debates in 1988, 1992, 1996 and 2000. Their controversial and restrictive participation rules largely exclude third party candidates (even the major ones) from participating in these nationally televised debates. One of the groups protesting these restrictions is DebateThis.org.

US Department of State: Foreign Press Center - What is the difference between a caucus and a primary? How do nominating conventions work? What about the popular vote versus the electoral college vote? If you need a better understanding of the American Presidential election process, check out this informative site. The State Department runs this site to help inform foreign journalists about how the US political process works.

VicePresidents.com - No one pays much attention to Vice Presidents -- or, at least, they didn't used to -- except for these guys. History, trivia, quotes, bios, and more.

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