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2004 Presidential Losing Candidates
Last Updated: June 26, 2004

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President 47.88% in '00
The Two Major Parties
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'00 candidate Warren R. Ashe (D), '00 candidate Donald P. Award (D), Robert J. Ayers (D), George H. Ballard, III (D), William Barchilon (D), Dianne Barker (D), Katherine Bateman (D), '00 candidate Jerry G. Beck (D), Sanderson Beck (D), William Hobert Blakley (D), Keith Brand (D), Harry W. Braun, III (D), ex-U.S. Sen. Carol Moseley-Braun (D), James K. "Jim" Bollinger (D), Dewey R. Broughman (D), '02 Governor candidate Angelo Scott Brown (D), Larry Joe Buffington (D), Raymond Joseph Caplette (D), '00 candidate / Air Force veteran Willie Felix Carter (D), Patrick Cazneau (D), ex-Cleveland Mayor candidate Jeanne Chebib (D), William S. Christian (D), James Andrew Coleman (D), ex-NATO commander General Wesley K. Clark (retired) (D), '00 candidate / businessman Randolph 'Randy' Crow (D), ex-Gov. Howard Dean (D), Gerry Dokka (D), U.S. Sen. John R. Edwards (D), '98 Congressional candidate John Estrada (D), Susan Fey (D), Barry Wynne Finkelstein (D), Marsha Aileen Lannon Foutch (D), U.S. Rep. Richard A. "Dick" Gephardt (D), U.S. Sen. Bob Graham (D) and '00 write-in candidate James I. Glover (D), Morgan State business school assistant dean Mildred Williams Glover (D), Cecilia Margaret Goin-Harding (D), Hosanna Jesse Oliver Gray (D), William J. Green (D), '00 candidate / businessman Vincent S. Hamm (D), Amanda Lou Hardy (D), Kenneth H. Hill (D), Darrell Reece Hunter (D), ex-D.C. Democratic State Committeeman Arthur H. Jackson, Jr. (D), Alfonzo Jones (D), ex-Nun Caroline Pettinato Killeen (D), U.S. Rep. Dennis J. Kucinich (D), actor Tom Laughlin (D), '00 candidate / Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. (D), Glenn D. Leaverton (D), R. Randy Lee (D), U.S. Sen. Joseph L. Lieberman (D) withdrew Robert H. Linnell (D), Steven P. Malloy (D), Kenneth R. McFaddin (D), Kenneth Ray Mcfaddin (D), William "Bill" McGaughey (D), Sherry A. Meadows (D), William Clay Miller (D), Rev. Grady Dean Mollenhauer, Jr. (D), Huda Muhammad (D), Kevin Eugene Musall (D), Sandra Queen Noble (D), John Henry Nuerenberg (D), Edward Thomas O'Donnell, Jr. (D), '00 candidate / Frederick Eugene "Fred" Ogin (D), '00 Reform candidate William "Bill" Ray Pearman (D), Fern Penna (D), Raymond J. Raczkowski (D), Charles Rehn (D), Ray Buttercup Rollinson (D), Adam M. Safran (D), Cyril E. Sagan (D), '98 & '02 Governor candidate / '00 Senate candidate Oloveuse S. "Ole" Savior (D), Craig E. Sharp (D), Rev. Alfred C. "Al" Sharpton (D), Vermin Supreme (D), Leonard Dennis Talbow (D), Pres La Tompkins (D), Tony G. Van Pelt (D), '00 candidate Evelyn Louise Vitullo (D), Florence Walker (D), Hellen McMullen Williams (D), Thomas Francis Winterbottom (D), Lucian J. "Louie" Wojciechowski (D), Thomas F. "Tom" Zych (D),

Blake Ashby (R), James E. Attia (R), Richard P. Bosa (R), Albertha Moultrie Brinson (R), John Buchanan (R), Edie Bukewihge (R) Reverened Dr. Calvin Otis Butts (R), Michael Callis (R), '00 candidate Franklin Dean Christensen (R), Carten Cordell (R), '00 candidate Thomas S. Fabish (R), '00 candidate Lowell Jackson 'Jack' Fellure (R), Bruce Allen Gidner (R), Hoover Mark Gee (R), '00 Senate candidate George Gostigian (R), Robert Edwards Haines (R), '00 candidate Mark "Dick" Harnes (R), '00 candidate Mildred "Millie" Howard (R), retired Navy Commander / '00 & TX Senate candidate Michael Idrogo (R), '02 CA. Gov. candidate businessman Nick Jesson (R), '00 America's Party VP nominee Derrick C. Johnson (R), Timothy Charles 'Tim' Kalemkarian (R), Donnie Kennedy (R), Robert Mills (R), '00 '96 & '92 Independent candidate Isabell Masters (R), Mike T. Miller (R), Cornelius E. O'Connor (R), Frederick Eugene Ogin (R), '00 candidate James J. Prattas (R), '00 candidate Louis J. "Louie" Rapuano, Jr. (R), Donald J. Reaux (R), John Donald Rigazio (R), Keith H. Slinker (R), Kenneth Scot Stremsky (R), '00 Democratic candidate Jim Taylor (R), N.A.I.M. Chief / '02 Governor candidate Carl "Two Feathers" Whittaker (R), Bill "William Tsangares" Wyatt (R), '00 Democratic candidate Joan Malone Yehanna (R),
Multi-state Parties
Green Party's Sunflower
Green Party

on the ballot in 23 states
Reform Party Button
Reform Party

on the ballot in 7 states
Libertarian Party's Statue of Liberty
Libertarian Party

on the ballot in 27 states
Shelia Bilyeu, Paul Glover, Jack Jackson, Kent Mesplay, '97 & '98 Congressional nominee / health care advocate Carol A. Miller, '00 nominee / consumer activist Ralph Nader, author Christina "Chris" Rosetti, '02 Congressional nominee / environmental activist Lorna Salzman,Gary Swing (G), Medea S. Benjamin (G), Dead Kennedys's lead singer Jello Biafra (G), Prof. / Physician / 1998 U.S. Senate candidate Joel Kovel '00 Vice Pres. nominee Winona LaDuke (G), 00 candidate Storm "Bear" Williams (G), author Brian Czech (G), '00 nominee commentator Patrick J.'Pat' Buchanan (Rfm), Ted Weill (Rfm), talk show host / newspaper editor Richard Green (Rfm), attorney / healthcare advocate Joe Turner (Rfm), attorney Michael A. "Mike" Peroutka (Rfm), Gary Nolan (L), Hollywood producer / '98 NV GOP governor candidate Aaron Russo (L), Lance Brown (L), '98 congressonal nominee Jim Burns (L), '98 LA Senate nominee Jeffrey H. Diket (L), '00 candidate / bus driver David Lynn 'Dave' Hollist (L), maintenance technician / '02 TX Railroad Comm'r candidate / '04 Congressional nominee Nazirite R. Flores "Ruben" Perez (L), Mike Ross (L),
Constitution Party Eagle Head
Constitution Party

on the ballot in 13 states
Natural Law Party's Earth
Natural Law Party

on the ballot in 11 states
Seal
Independent Candidates
H. James "Jim" Headings (C), James N. "Jim" Clymer (C) for VP, Minister Chuck Baldwin (C) for VP
John R. "Rick" Bartlett (C),
'00 Green nominee / consumer activist Ralph Nader (NL), Michal Dplato (NL), Democratic U.S. Rep. Dennis J. Kucinich (NL), author Christina "Chris" Rosetti (NL),
write-in candidates
Write In and Failed to Draft Candidates
Steven L. Allmon '00 write-in candidate Judith A. Anderson Bob Askey
(Keg Party)
Charles R. Baker Kenneth M. Bonnell Herni Calitri
Capt. Veggie '00 write-in candidate Joseph Charles Eric Leland Creviston David Curcio actor John Cusack '00 write-in candidate Gerald Daigneau
Robert Digiulio (Children's Party) Claire Estelle Dunaway
Joyce Kate Legere
'00 write-in candidate Jenny Edwards '00 write-in candidate Lonnie D. Frank W. Aaron Gregory Gus the Goat
Martin Hansberry Yumiko Hiragana John Jones The Man William Clay Miller Philip S. Mitzler
'00 write-in candidate Beatrice Mooney Greogry R. "Greg" Nason Greg Nason Jakob Nielsen '00 write-in candidate Andisheh "Andy" Nouraee Warren Ockrassa
William Dolphus Shaw Dennis P. Slatton (United America Party) Ben Stein ex-U.S. Rep. James A. "Jim" Traficant Jr. '02 Governor candidate Lemuel Leon Tucker Tux
Jesse Ventura David Wayne Watkins (Citizens First Party) Robert G. Webb Kurt Weber-Heller '00 candidate Storm "Bear" Williams '00 candidate James Wellington "Jim" Wright
Leonard "Len" Foster
David G. Young Chris Zammarelli

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