Alabama, Kentucky Presidential Filings

The Alabama and Kentucky deadlines for independent and unqualified party presidential candidates was September 7. In each state, three petitions were submitted. In Alabama they were petitions for Virgil Goode, Gary Johnson, and Jill Stein. In Kentucky they were for Gary Johnson, Jill Stein, and Randall Terry.

17 comments

  1. Goode did not even turn the petitions in?

  2. in kentucky?

  3. J.D. FARGO · · Reply

    i was planning to vote for goode but these people will not be on enough balolots to make a damn bit of diffrence, my protest vote will go to romney

  4. Ben Schattenburg · · Reply

    Do you know what the status in ND and RI is?

  5. Alabama was September 6

  6. If I’m not mistaken all state deadlines for indpendent and party petitions are now over as of yesterday.

  7. Robert McHugh · · Reply

    Rhode Island
    Candidates for Independent Presidential Elector
    This information is current as of 3:00 am on Saturday, September 8, 2012.
    Name Party District Declaration (Status) End Req Total QBP On Primary Ballot P Num Won P On Election Ballot E Num Won E
    CLINTON T DAY
    Constitution Party No 1000 719
    BRADLEY A HOF
    Libertarian No 1000 932
    TONY C JONES
    Libertarian No 1000 932
    ROBERT R LAMARRE
    Prime Law No 1000
    MONIQUE M LEMAIRE
    Constitution Party No 1000 719
    ALEXANDRA Z MENDEZ
    Socialism and Liberation No 1000 780
    CAROL C MITOLA
    Constitution Party No 1000 719
    CYNTHIA A OSORIO FLOREZ
    Green Party No 1000 874
    MICHAEL J ROLLINS
    Libertarian Party No 1000 932
    DONNA P SCHMADER
    Green Party No 1000 874
    NICHOLAS J SCHMADER
    Green Party No 1000 874
    TYAIS T TERRY
    Justice Party No 1000 341
    RICHARD J WALTON
    Green Party No 1000 874
    GARY S WHITNEY
    Libertarian No 1000 932

  8. Robert McHugh · · Reply

    They each need 1000 – the number posted is at the right.

  9. #3 when did you make that decision?

  10. Mr. McHugh – this means none of them made it in Rhode Island?

  11. Robert McHugh · · Reply

    # 10 – No, this means that the counting continues and it looks like all Libertarians, Greens and Constitutions will probably be ok.

  12. Thanks – thought those were final numbers

  13. The Constitution Party is running out of ballots. First, Pennsylvania, now Kentucky. They had the nominee for president on since 1992 and the party’s founding. This is a first. Do you believe Terry might be a substitute?

  14. An Alabama Independent · · Reply

    When will we know if Goode made it on in Alabama?

    It will be hard for me to vote for Romney even as a protest candidate.

  15. I would urge everyone who wants to cast a protest vote to NOT vote for either Romney or Obama. They are both the political establishment and voting for either of them says that you are OK with the political establishment.

  16. Casual Bystander · · Reply

    I concur with Andy totally.

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