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Ex-U.S. Sen. Bill Bradley (D),
U.S. Senator Paul Wellstone (D), actor Warren Beatty (D), Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr. (D), media owner Ted Turner (D),

Warren R. Ashe (D), Donald Paul Award (D), George H. Ballard III (D), school teacher Todd Alan Barneck (D), Jerry G. Beck (D), Herman Ray Branom (D), Lawrence Frederick Brownstein (D), Charles Buckley (D), Raymond J. Caplette (D), James McEverret Carroll (D), Air Force veteran Willie Felix Carter (D), Hughbert Carter Jr. (D), James Andrew Coleman (D), businessman Randolph Wilson 'Randy' Crow (D), periennal candidate Charles R. Doty (D), John B. Eaton (D), Richard Epstein (D), Marsha Aileen Lannon Foutch (D), Charles E. Garinger (D), Edward Prince Gibson (D), Mark Stewart Greenstein (D), college professor / author / businesswoman / Dr. Heather Anne Harder (D), businessman Vincent Hamm (D), Gerald Lamar Hankins (D), Pinellas FL Co. Comm'r. Calvin Durant Harris (D), Barry S. Hill (D), John Jones (D), Thomas G. Koos (D), protest candidate William P. Kreml (D), Yehanna Joan M. M. Malone (D), Angus Wheeler McDonald (D), Howard Megdal (D), Michael Tracy Miller (D), Nataniel Thomas Mullins (D), George Alexander Muzyk (D), David Walter Nesbit (D), David Lee 'Dave' Nicholson (D), Edward T. O'Donnell Jr. (D), Frederick Eugene Ogin (D), Mitchell Matthew Peresad Jr. (D), Jeffrey B. Peters (D), Pat Price (D), vice president candidate Larry K. Reed (D)?, art teacher Frank T. Rich (D), Larry E. Shepherd, Sr. (D), Scotty Simms (D)?, Frank Starr (D), Freddy Irwin "Messiah" Sitnick (D), Michael Skok (D), independent film maker Jim Taylor (D), Osie Bishop Thorpe (D), Charles Gordon Vick (D), Evelyn Louise Vitullo (D) Garry Ray Watson (D), Thomas Francis Winterbottom (D), Rubin Young (D),
U.S. Sen. John S. McCain (R),
ex-Gov. Lamar Alexander (R), ex-Gov. / U.S. Sen. John Ashcroft (R), activist Gary L. Bauer (R), tv commentator Patrick J. "Pat" Buchanan (R), ex-Dept. of Transportation Sec. Mary Elizabeth "Liddy" Dole (R), ex-U.S. Rep. Robert K. "Bob" Dornan (R), businessman Malcolm S. "Steve" Forbes, Jr. (R), U.S. Sen. Orrin G. Hatch (R), John Kasich (R), Ex-Amb. Alan L. Keyes (R), U. S. Rep. Ronald E. "Ron" Paul (R), Ex-Vice President J. Danforth Dan Quayle (R), U.S. Sen. Robert C. "Bob" Smith (R),

James E. Attia (R), Samuel Harper 'Sam' Berry Jr. (R), David Harold Birchler (R), Lynda Danyelle Blodgett (R), Calvin Reed Brown (R), Harley D. Brown (R), Richard E. Calderwood (R), Kenneth A. Capalbo (R), school guidance counselor Angel Joy Chavis-Rocker (R), Franklin Dean Christensen (R), Mitchell Ernest Dailey (R), Saundra S. Duffy (R), Thomas S. Fabish (R), Lowell Jackson 'Jack' Fellure (R), John Michael Fitzpatrick (R), Bobby Gawthorp (R), Harriet H. Gleason (R), Benjamin Samson 'Benjy' Gleitman (R), Marcus Joy Gumz (R), Mark "Dick" Harnes (R), Lawrence Hornung (R), Mildred T. Howard (R), Harry S. Hunt (R), Michael Joseph Jackson (R), Roger Henry Jewell (R), Mark Allen Jobe (R), Rhawn "Gabriel" Joseph (R), Timothy Charles 'Tim' Kalemkarian (R), Michael Stephen "Lev" Levinson (R), Stanleigh Harold Lusak (R), Anthony R. "Andy" Martin (R), Barry Weston McClain (R), Philipp Merilatt (R), Bradley William Moler (R), Robert Edward Moreau (R), Joseph Underwood Morrow (R), Tim Lee Mosby (R), Barry Weston McClain (R), John R. McGrath (R), Thomas "Tom" Oyler (R), Richard C. Peet (R), James John Prattas (R), Louis J. Rapuano (R), John David Roberts (R), Alford Rogers (R), Tennie Beatrice Rogers (R), Joe C. Schriner (R), Robert Graner Schumaker (R), Chuck See (R), Ben J. Tomeo (R), Charlie Bass Urban (R), Patrick Waldron (R), Joseph "Joe" Weber (R), Verel Tracy Westover Sr (R), Dorian Yeager (R), James T. Zanon (R),
Natural Law Party nominee Dr. John Samuel Hagelin
businessman H. Ross Perot (Rfm),


real estate developer Donald Trump (Rfm), Gov. Jesse Ventura (Rfm), 1980 independent candidate / ex-U.S. Rep. John Anderson (Rfm)?, actor Warren Beatty (Rfm), ex-Independent Gov. / ex-GOP U.S. Sen. Lowell P. Weicker, Jr. (Rfm), ex-U.S. Sen. David L. Boren (Rfm), 1996 Vice Pres. nominee Pat Choate (Rfm),

Veterans for Peace activist Robert M. "Bob" Bowman (Rfm), Harvey Carroll Jr. (Rfm), William J. Clark (Rfm), Daniel Clay (Rfm), '96 Republican / U.S. Taxpayer Party / independent Presidential candidate / businessman Charles E. Collins (Rfm), Kenneth G. Dixon (Rfm), Thomas A. "Taft" Frederick (Rfm), Gregory S. "Greg" Hollister (Rfm), Michael "Mike" Idrogo (Rfm), Scott M. Kendall (Rfm), Lorenz Kraus (Rfm), Russell A. Lacasse (Rfm), 1999 Kentucky GOP Gubernatorial nominee Josephine "Peppy" Martin (Rfm), Jack Lee Murphy (Rfm), Bill Ray Pearman (Rfm), Daniel Clay Pugh (Rfm), Ray "Buttercup" Rollinson (Rfm), Christina Rosetti (Rfm), freelance journalist Robert Samp (Rfm), Alan R. Sill (Rfm), Charles B.E. Skinner (Rfm), Erik M. Thompson (Rfm), George D. "Boots" Weber (Rfm), ex-Libertarin Party member Rick Williams (Rfm),


Green Party

Libertarian Party

Constitution Party

(formerly U.S. Taxpayers Party)
marijuana legalization advocate Stephen F. Gaskin (G), Dead Kennedys lead singer Jello Biafra (G), Natural Law Party nominee Dr. John Samuel Hagelin (G), ex-U.S. Rep. Daniel E. "Dan" Hamburg (G), computer systems specialist Ron Ouellette (G), Prof. / Physician / '98 U.S. Senate candidate Joel Kovel (G), New Age spiritualist Marianne Williamson (G), convicted cop killer Mumia Abu-Jamal (G), ex-N.H. St. Rep. Don W. Gorman (L), Jacob "Bumper" Hornberger (L), businessman Barry Hess (L), bus driver David Lynn 'Dave' Hollist (L), L. Neil Smith (L) (on the ballot in Arizona), James Burns (L), '80 nominee Edward E. Clark (L), J.R. Herbaugh (L), Larry Hines (L), Governor Gary E. Johnson (L), '96 candidate Kip Lee (L)?, Brian Louk (L), Edison Penrow McDaniels, Sr. (L), Bob Sheckler (L), U.S. Sen. Robert C. "Bob" Smith (C), Mathew Lambert Zupan (C), Herbert Titus (C),

Socialist Party - USA

American Party

America's Party
1996 Vice President nominee / historian Eric T. Chester (S), Iowa City Councilwoman Karen Kubby (S), '96 nominee Diana Beall Templin (A), '96 Republican / U.S. Taxpayer Party / independent Presidential candidate / businessman Charles E. Collins (A), software project manager / evangelical minister Joseph K. "Joe" Bellis III (AP)
Vice Presidential nominee Derrick Christopher Johnson (AP)

Grassroots Party

Independence Party

Internet Party
'96 nominee Dennis Peron (GR), actor Woody Harrelson (GR), Robert Lee 'Bobby' Saunders (Ind), Larry Hines (Ind), Brian Saunders (In)

Peace & Freedom Party
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independent candidates
Marsha Feinland (P&F), Jan B. Tucker (P&F), U.S. Sen. Robert C. "Bob" Smith (I),

humorist Dave Barry (I), professional wrestler Terry 'Hulk Hogan' Bollea (I), Veterans for Peace activist Robert M. "Bob" Bowman (I), David Broida (I), Lawrence "Larry" James Clark (I), Hubert Monroe Dorman, Sr. (I), Lamar Echols III (I), professional wrestler Richard Morgan 'Ric Flair' Fliehr (I), periennal candidate Al Hamburg (I), Donald D. Jones (I), ex-professional basketball player Michael Jeffrey Jordan (I), Hector Lassie (I), Robert K. Lewis (I), Michael Mannichewitz (I), Leon Motor (I), David Alyn Mouton (I), Margot Sierra (I), Storm Bear Williams (I),

1. Key to Predictions: Roll Call,
The Cook Political Report,
The Rothenberg Political Report,
Campaign & Election Magazine,
D.C.'s Political Report

2. Bold indicates incumbent. Yellow district indicates open races. Shaded boxes indicates winner. Red print indicates change in party control.

3. Key to Party Identification.

(A) = American Party
(AP) = America's Party
(Ch) = Catholic Party
(Cit) = Citizens Party
(C) = Constitution Party
(D) = Democratic Party
(G) = Green Party
(GR) = Grassroots Party
(I) = independent candidates
(In) = Internet Party

(Ind) = Independence Party
(NC) = National Christian Party
(L) = Libertarian Party
(P&F) = Peace and Freedom Party
(PDV) = Populist Democratic Viking Party
(R) = Republican Party
(Rfm) = Reform Party
(S) = Socialist Party - USA
(WI) = Write-in candidates


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