Two Choices For President? Meet The 1,896 Other Candidates No One Ever Told You About

The Presidential race.  On November 8, 2016, the United States will use the almost two-and-a-half century-old Electoral College system for the 56th time to elect its 45th President.

Ah, what an entertaining spectacle of scandalous leaders of men it’s become.

Not only is the entire debacle between candidates proving to be “must see TV”, we have to tell you equally as entertaining, is listening to and watching how the public reacts right along with them.

Some of you, are outright nuts.

To think we get to watch all of this at home in the comfort of our BVD’s while we munch on a big ole’ bag of the cheesiest popcorn we can get our hands on, is simply priceless.

And while yes, we find it sadly entertaining too, we also find that about 15% of what we actually hear, we ever needed to hear in the first place.

Listening to Presidential candidates and much of any federal office candidate is a sacrifice. We often trade authenticity of issues and solutions for hearing spin that tends to ignore America’s real problems, dance around questions and rarely (if ever) answer anything directly.

As we all know, it’s the same old talk four years after every four years too. Taxes, jobs, crime and if saying the word “middle class” were a drinking game, we’d all be drunk right now for as often as the phrase is uttered.

While no, maybe all hope isn’t lost, it is a pretty sad sad state of affairs in our opinion and we all know the one thing we wish we had more of. That one thing is…


Well the good news is, you do. In fact, you have almost 2,000 other choices.

Unlike in local elections where you’re just glad someone wants to run for the position, you’d be surprised who wants to be the President of the United States and, has went through all the proper procedures to get their name on the ballot.

For example, if you’re a republican maybe Shelley Faye Holy deserves your vote for the nations highest office. If you’re a democrat, perhaps William D. French is a better choice for you.

If you’re independent, what about Cynthia T. Cavazos as your choice to lead our nation.  Or perhaps you’d like former Township Tax Assessor Jim Hedges of the Prohibition Party of Pennsylvania over all the others.

There’s even Independent Richard Duncan out of Ohio. Heck, you could probably make a day trip of it and go do a sit down talk with this guy in person. You’ll never get that chance with Hillary or the Donald.

Fact is, there are so many choices for the office of the President of the United States, we’re not sure what all the complaining and whining is even about. There’s a man, woman or child out there for everyone. (Okay, no children, but you get what we mean).

There are a lot of choices.

There’s even Dan Vacek of the Legal Marijuana Now Party out of Minnesota. He’s probably a pretty laid back kind of guy. Grab yourself a PB&J and a bag of Cheetos and go do lunch.

So why don’t you ever hear about them?

Well, primarily because of money. They just don’t have enough money to get their name known across the country. Not everyone can raise a billion dollars to blow on commercials and campaign signs.

The other reason you never hear about them is because of the Commission on Presidential Debates and in part, the media.

Somewhere along the line we came up with this rule that if a candidate (who has never been given airtime) doesn’t reach 15% of the polls, that candidate is ignored in debates and subsequently by the media. So it’s a catch 22 scenario. On one end no one will give you airtime and on the opposite end when it comes time to debate, the fact that you are unknown, is then held against you.

Reality is folks, is that as of October 3, 2016, a total of 1,896 candidates had filed a Statement of Candidacy with the Federal Election Commission. We’ve even went through the trouble of compiling a full list of these candidates and their parties and filing dates (with links) below.

While sure, some of the candidates we wouldn’t trust with a waffle iron, others are actually candidates worth looking at as an alternative to our known choices for leader of the Free world.

So step away from the television for a moment, put that social media website down and just sit back and take some time to get to know the 1,894 other candidates your Trump hating, Hillary bashing self could vote for this upcoming November 8, 2016 election.




Hillary Clinton / Tim Kaine
Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (New York)
Presidential Nominee

US Senator Tim Kaine (Virginia)
Vice Presidential Nominee


Donald Trump / Mike Pence
Businessman Donald J. Trump (New York)
Presidential Nominee

Governor Mike Pence (Indiana)
Vice Presidential Nominee

LIBERTARIAN PARTY – On ballot in all 50 states + DC:

Gary Johnson / Bill Weld
Former Governor Gary Johnson (New Mexico)
Presidential Nominee

Former Governor Bill Weld (Massachusetts)
Vice Presidential Nominee

GREEN PARTY – On ballot in 40+ states + DC:

Jill Stein / Ajamu Baraka
Dr. Jill Stein (Massachusetts)
Presidential Nominee

Ajamu Baraka (Virginia)
Vice Presidential Nominee


Darrell Castle / Scott Bradley
Darrell Castle (Tennessee)
Presidential Nominee

Scott Bradley (Utah)
Vice Presidential Nominee


Evan McMullin / Mindy Finn
Evan McMullin (Utah)
Presidential Candidate

Mindy Finn (District of Columbia)
Vice Presidential Candidate



Gloria LaRiva / Eugene Puryear
Gloria LaRiva (California)
Presidential Nominee

Eugene Puryear (District of Columbia)
Vice Presidential Nominee



Rocky de la Fuente / Michael Steinberg
Rocky de la Fuente (Florida)
Presidential Nominee

Michael Steinberg (Florida)
Vice Presidential Nominee



Mimi Soltysik / Angela Walker
Emidio “Mimi” Soltysik (California)
Presidential Nominee

Angela Walker (Wisconsin)
Vice Presidential Nominee


Alyson Kennedy / Osborne Hart
Alyson Kennedy (Illinois)
Presidential Nominee

Osborne Hart (Pennsylvania)
Vice Presidential Nominee



 Frank Atwood (Approval Voting Party-Colorado)

 Scott Copeland (Constitution Party of Idaho-Texas)

 Richard Duncan (Independent-Ohio)

 Princess Khadijah Jacob Fambro (Revolutionary Party-California)

 Former Township Tax Assessor Jim Hedges (Prohibition Party-Pennsylvania)

 Tom Hoefling (America’s Party-Iowa)

 Lynn Kahn (Independent-Maryland)

 Chris Keniston (Veterans Party of America-Texas)

 Kyle Kopitke (Independent American Party-Michigan)

 Laurence Koltikoff (Independent-Massachuetts)

 David Limbaugh (Independent-Tennessee)

 Bradford Lyttle (US Pacifist Party-Illinois)

 Joseph “Joe Exotic” Maldonado (Independent-Oklahoma)

 Mike Maturen (American Solidarity Party-Michigan)

 Monica Moorhead (Workers World Party-New York)

 Ryan Scott (Independent-Delaware)

 Rod Silva (Nutrition Party-New Jersey)

 Peter Skewes (American Party of SC-South Carolina)

 Mike Smith (Independent-Colorado)

 Dan Vacek (Legal Marijuana Now Party-Minnesota)

 Jerry White (Socialist Equality Party-Michigan)



Gifford Abbott Jr. (Independent-Pennsylvania)
Christopher Abernathy (Independent-North Carolina)
Philip Adams (Free World Party-Georgia)
Paul Adams (Independent-California)
William Oren Adams (Independent-Louisiana)
Danny Aguilar (Write In-Nevada)
Robert Aldridge (Independent-Tennessee)
Jamal Alkhaibari (Independent-Colorado)
Darryl Allen (Independent-Washington)
James Allen (Independent-Kentucky)
Jeremiah Allen (Independent-Oklahoma)
William Alsup (Independent-Kentucky)
Joseph Altimari (Independent-Pennsylvania)
Farley Anderson (Independant American Party-Utah)
John Anderson (Populist Party-Michigan)
Roland Aranjo (Independent-Arizona)
Renny Arcaya (Independent-Texas)
Aidan Arnold-Galati (Independent-California)
Paul Asher (Independent-Florida)
Samuel Baetz (Independent-Minnesota)
Dustin Baird (Write In-Utah)
Ed Baker (Independent-Oregon)
Jacob Baker (Work-South Carolina)
Dennis Ball (America’s Party of America-California)
Joseph Bannerman (Independent-Alabama)
Don Barnhart Jr. (Independent-Nevada)
Parker Baro (Independent-Florida)
Andrew Basiago (Independent-Washington)
Adam Baxter (Independent-Utah)
Chandler Benn (Independent-Wisconsin)
Danny Bennett, II (United-Montana)
Rhett Bergevin (Independent-Illinois)
Joey Berry (Independent-South Carolina)
Maryanne Bridget Berman (Independent American-New York)
Michael Bickelmeyer (Write In-Ohio)
Randy Bizzle (Independent-North Carolina)
Michael Blair (Independent-Washington)
Piotr Blass (Write In-Florida)
David Boarman (Independent-California)
Chad Boisselle (Independent-North Carolina)
Sheila Bolar (Independent-Alabama)
Matthew Borman (American-Florida)
Eric Borrell (Independent-District of Columbia)
Robert Boris (Independent-California)
William Bowhall Jr. (Independent-Alabama)
J. Boydston (Write In-Colorado)
Gregory Boyer (Write In-Oklahoma)
Michael Boyles (Write In-Maryland)
Michelle Braithwood (Independent-Florida)
Spencer Brandkamp (Write In-Arkansas)
Joann Breivogel (Write In-Illinois)
Joseph Britt Jr. (Independent-New York)
Peter Breyfogle (Independent-Minnesota)
Mark Brooks (Independent-Washington)
Anitra Brown (Independent-California)
Dana Brown (Write In-Florida)
Harley Brown (Independent-Idaho)
James Brummett (Independent-Indiana)
Robert Buchanan (Write In-Virginia)
Sean Burns (Independent-Iowa)
Doug Butler (Independent-Washington)
Pamela Pinkney Butts (Independent-Ohio)
James Byers (Independent-Indiana)
Joshua Cady (Independent-Alabama)
Scott Caldwell (Independent-Flordia)
Johnnie Campbell (Independent-Iowa)
Paul Cannaday (Independent-Michigan)
Antonio Cannady (Independent-Florida)
Emilio Carreon (Independence Party-California)
Jerry Leon Carroll (Independent-California)
Kristie Carter-Gutierrez (Independent-Tennessee)
Michael Castillejos (Federal-New York)
John Castillo (Independent-Texas)
Cynthia Cavasos (Write In-Texas)
Paul Chehade (Independent-Florida)
Toney Chenyworth (Independent-Texas)
John Chester (Independent-Vermont)
Andrew Chung (Write In-Georgia)
Christopher Cincotta (Independent-Colorado)
Doris Cintron (Independent-California)
Anthony Ciotti III (Independent-California)
“Santa” Roy Clark (Independent-Kentucky)
Todd Clayton Jr. (Chivalry Party-Washington)
Douglas Clement (Independent-Missouri)
John Cole (Independent-New York)
Amy Conger (Independent-Ohio)
Phil Cornell (Independent-Washington)
Tom Corwine (Independent-New York)
Regis Costello (Independent-Washington)
Dakota Courtois (Independent-New York)
Steven Covington (Independent-Virginia)
Thomas Coyne (Independent-Ohio)
Philip Crawford (Write In-Illinois)
J.D. Criveau (Constitutionist-Virginia)
Timothy Croston (Independent-California)
Robert Crow (Independent-Ohio)
Daniel Cummings (Independent-Wyoming)
Travis Curl (Independent-Texas)
Janka Cvorovic (Independent-New York)
Kevin Deame (Pirate-Connecticut)
Caesar St Augustine DeBuonaparte (Absolute Dictator-California)
Frank DeCota (Independent-Massachusetts)
Michael Deeks (USA76 Party-Florida)
Arturo Del Hierro (Independent-Texas)
Craig Dell (Independent-Virginia)
Guy DeMarco (Independent-Missouri)
Michael Dename Jr. (Independent-New York)
Vickie Denz (Independent-Washington)
Jennifer Depew (Independent-Michigan)
Robert Devine (Independent-Wisconsin)
Steve Dillon (Independent-North Carolina)
Robert Dionisio (Independent-Georgia)
Will Dodds (Write In-Iowa)
Kenneth Domagala (Independent-New York)
Kevin Donges (Independent-Ohio)
Ned Donovan (Federal Party-Wyoming)
David Doucette (Write In-Washington)
Colin Doyle (Independent-Oregon)
Art Drew (Independent-Pennsylvania)
Nick Dubois (Independent-Virginia)
Keith Duer (Write In-New York)
Norman Dutra (Independent-Massachuetts)
Andrew Elijah Mister Duffy (Independent-California)
Larry Weldon Duncan (Independent-California)
Christopher Dunn (Independent-Indiana)
Mark Dutter (Independent-South Dakota)
Jason Eddy (Independent-Arkasas)
Jenny Edwards (Independent-Alabama)
Katee Edwards (Independent-Alabama)
La Resa Edwards (Independent-Georgia)
Roderick Edwards (Write In-Indiana)
Thomas Edwards (Write In-Texas)
Claire Elliott (Independent-Georgia)
Jonathan Elliott (Independent-California)
David Epley (Independent-Kentucky)
Frank Erwin (Independent-Indiana)
Geby Espinoza (Write In-California)
John Paul Eurton (Independent-Indiana)
Jonathan Evans (Independent-Colorado)
Souraya Faas (Independent-Florida)
Mike Fahl (Cherry Picker Party-Utah)
Sam Faldraga (Independent-New Jersey)
Paul “Superman” Falkenberg (Independent-Wisconsin)
Jacob Familoni (Independent-California)
Charles Fanning (Independent-Virginia)
Timothy Farkas (Independent-Ohio)
Joseph Farrington (Independent-Michigan)
John Ferguson (Eco/Green-Texas)
Charles Ferry (Conservative Party-New York)
Ken Fields (Independent-New York)
Caleb-Michael Files (Independent-New York)
James Finney (Independent-New York)
David Flanders (Independent-Florida)
Lori Fleming (Independent-Arkansas)
Ameer Flippin (Write In-District of Columbia)
Matt Flores (Write In-Illinois)
Jason Flowers (Independent-Michigan)
John Follansbee (Independent-California)
Gregory Foster (Independent-Texas)
Cherunda Fox (Write In-Michigan)
Brian Franze (Independent-Texas)
Will Froeber (Independent-Florida)
Mark Frohman (Independent-Texas)
Matthew Fuller (Write In-New York)
Jeremy Gable (Independent-Pennsylvania)
Jason Gambert (Independent-Arizona)
Samx Garcia (Independent-Ohio)
Edward Gardner Jr. (Independent American-New York)
Jeff George (Independent-Florida)
Neven Gibbs (Independent-Washington)
Rocky Giordani (Independent-California)
William Giordano (Write In-Pennsylvania)
Steve Gladstone (Independent-Maryland)
Todd Glore (Independent-Indiana)
Josh Goellner (American Party-Texas)
Kevin Gong (Conservative Party-California)
Jeremy Gove (Independent-California)
Mark Graham (Write In-Florida)
Barry Grauman (Independent-Massachusetts)
Hosanna Gray (Independent-Michigan)
Clifton Greuter (Write In-Montana)
David Grig (Independent-North Carolina)
Athenia Guice (Indigo Party-Florida)
Gregory Guillaume (Write In-California)
Blue Hair Guy (Independent-Ohio)
Dave Haen (Independent-Nevada)
John Habjan (Constitutional Conservative Party-West Virginia)
Martin Hahn (Independent-Oregon)
Emanuel Hammond (Independent-Arkansas)
Maxwell Hansen (Independent-Illinois)
Raymond Harding (Constitutional-Virginia)
Scott Harkins (Independent-Florida)
Emelia Harris (Write In-Florida)
Christopher Hart (Write In-Nebraska)
Linda Hart (Independent-Texas)
Ben Hartnell (Write In-Ohio)
Ronald Hartsfield (Independent-Florida)
David Hendrix (Independent-North Carolina)
Phillip Hill (Independent-Pennsylvania)
Sam Hoff (Independent-Delaware)
Daniel Hogan (Independent-Missouri)
Donald Hopkins Jr. (Independent-Arkansas)
David Christopher Holcomb (Independent-Nebraska)
Robert Holloway Jr. (Independent-South Carolina)
Rick Hopkins (Independent-Michigan)
Mark Houston (Independent-New Jersey)
Bill Howard (Independent-Indiana)
Richard Howenstein (Independent-Indiana)
Michael Hubbell (Independent-Maryland)
Frank Huber II (Independent American Party-Ohio)
Jeff Huettl (Independent-Wisconsin)
Eugene Hunt Jr. (Independent-Michigan)
Christopher “Kaelas” Hurley (Independent-New Mexico)
Samuel Levi Hurt (Independent-Pennsylvania)
Paul Hurteau (Independent-Massachusetts)
Patrick Irwin (Independent-Washington)
Tom Irwin (American-Pennsylvania)
Zoltan Istvan (Transhumanist-California)
C.J. Jackson (Independent-Pennsylvania)
Danny Jackson (Write In-Indiana)
Roland Jackson (Independent-District of Columbia)
Sarah Jackson (Independent-Utah)
Paul Jacobson (Independent-Indiana)
Steven Jacobson (Independent-California)
Darin Janda (Independent-Washington)
Michael Jenkins (Independent-Virginia)
Gerald Jennings II (Independent-Colorado)
O. Hope Jerio (Independent-West Virginia)
Keya Jerry (Independent-Virginia)
Edward Jewell Sr. (Independent-Indiana)
Barry Johnson (Independent-Kansas)
Ed Jones (Independent-Ohio)
Ronald Jones (Independent-Florida)
Sue Lisa Jones (Independent-Arizona)
Terry Jones (Independent-Florida)
Vincent Jones II (Bull Moose-South Carolina)
Keith Josephs (Independent-New York)
Anik Joshi (Independent American Party-California)
Richard Karst (Independent-California)
Cornelius Katt (Independent-Pennsylvania)
Thomas Keister (US Marijuana Party-Indiana)
Mohammed Keita (Write In-New York)
Lloyd Kelso (Independent-North Carolina)
James Kenny (Independent-New York)
Elizabeth Kirk (Independent-Virginia)
Gary Kittredge (Independent-New York)
Darren Klein (Independent-New Jersey)
Chad Kline (Write In-California)
Billy Knaub (Write In-New York)
David Knight (Independent-Nevada)
Ashten Koontz (Independent-North Carolina)
Steven Korb (Independent-Virginia)
Thomas Labo (Independent-Massachusetts)
Temperance Lance-Council (Anti Hypocrisy-California)
Keith LaPointe (Write In-Maine)
David Larm (Independent-Minnesota)
Abbey Laurel-Smith (Pilgrims Alliance-Louisiana)
James T. Law (Independent-California)
Michael Lednovich (Independent-California)
Robert Lee (Independent-Virginia)
James Legan (Independent-Georgia)
James Legate Jr. (US Taxpayers Party-Texas)
Robert Lehigh (Inspiration-Utah)
Michael “Lev” Levinson (Write In-Florida)
Bishop Julian Lewis Jr. (Independent-Texas)
David Librace (Write In-Arkansas)
Brian Lichtenfels (Independent-Pennsylvania)
David Tawei Lin (Independent-California)
Tom Lineaweaver (Freedom Party USA-Pennsylvania)
Mark Linn (Write In-New Hampshire)
Geoffrey Liu (Write In-Maryland)
David Livingston (Independent-Connecticut)
June Lloyd (Independent-Washington)
Jack Logsdon (Independent-Virginia)
Bruce Lohmiller (Write In-Colorado)
Tony Loup (Independent-New York)
Donald Eugene Lowe (Independent-Texas)
Alexander Luthor (Independent-California)
Randall Lutz (Independent-Flordia)
William Lynch (Independent-New York)
Raymond Mace (Independent-Georgia)
Deborah MacKimzey (Independent-Texas)
Robert MacLeod Jr. (Independent-Georgia)
Ed Macy (Independent-Ohio)
Mike Magolnick (Independent-Texas)
Maher Maher (Independent-New Jersey)
Lucy Mailloux (Independent-Arizona)
Devon Manelski (Independent-Michigan)
Robert Mann (Independent-Indiana)
Kevin Manning (Independent-Arizona)
Aloysius Marcinek (Independent-Ohio)
Mike Mark (Independent-Michigan)
Benjamin Markgraff (Independent-North Dakota)
Christian Jay “Cjay” Marshall (Independent-Tennessee)
Shant Marshall (Write In-Georgia)
Danny Martin (Independent-Wyoming)
John David Martin (independent-California)
Shawna Martinez (Independent-Kentucky)
Matthew Martowska (Independent-Massachuetts)
Richard Matheson (Oathkeepers Party-Illinois)
Mark Matousek (Ace Party-Missouri)
Angie McCall (Independent-Florida)
Benson McCall (Independent-New York)
Stephen McCarthy (Write In-Ohio)
Nikki McCoig (Independent-Illinois)
Jennifer McEachern (Independent-South Carolina)
Steven McGinnis (Independent-Indiana)
Patrick McKart (Meritocracy Party-Florida)
Eamon McKeever (Ace Party-North Carolina)
Patrick McKenna (Independent-Illinois)
Myles McManus (Independent-New York)
Scott Meek (Independent-California)
Robert “Junior” Mejias (Independent-Nevada)
Roland Menard III (Moderation Affiliation-Hawaii)
German Quinones Mercado Jr. (Independent-District of Columbia)
Linda Merry (Independent-Vermont)
Drew Mertens (Independent-Illinois)
Andrew Mickert (Independent-Virginia)
Georgre Mikles (Independent-Nevada)
Alexander Miller (Independent-California)
Merlin Miller (American Eagle-California)
R. Lee Miller (Independent-California)
Jeremy Milligan (Independent-Illinois)
Charles Mitchell-King (Independent-California)
Robert Milnes (Progressive Libertarian Alliance-New Jersey)
Elmer Mohr (Independent-Oregon)
Corey Molinelli (Constitutional-Texas)
Kevin Montgomery (Independent-Missouri)
Derick Moody (Independent-Utah)
Billy Moore (Independent-Oregon)
Virginia Morago (Independent-Missouri)
David Morascini (Independent-Connecticut)
Perry Morcom (Independent-Texas)
Kevin Moreau (Independent-California)
Brandon Morgan (Independent-South Carolina)
Samuel Morisson (Independent-New Jersey)
Laio Morris (Write In-Virginia)
Shawn Moynihan (Independent-Florida)
Tony Mullikin (Independent-Florida)
Hilary Myers (Independent-Ohio)
Timothy Myers (Independent-Colorado)
Eric Nagel (Independent-New York)
Gloria Jean Nagle (Independent-Texas)
Michael Napodano (Independent-Texas)
Jim Nash (Independent-Missouri)
Katie Naylor (Independent-Washington)
Michael Neal (Write In-Missouri)
Bill Nees (Independent Statesmen-Georgia)
Craig Neff (Independent-Maryland)
Uryan Nelson (Independent-Texas)
Deonia Neveu (Independent-Virginia)
Michael Nicely (Independent-Illinois)
Roger Nichols (United Party-Missouri)
Thomas Nieman (Write In-Colorado)
Rogelio Nuno (Independent-California)
Matthew O’Connor (Independent-Ohio)
Timothy O’Grady (Independent-Colorado)
Donald O’Mara (Independent-Louisiana)
Michael Oatman Independent-Arizona)
Lawrence Obern (Independent-Maryland)
Jeffrey Oleyar (Write In-Ohio)
Bryan Ollivier (Independent-California)
Warren Owens (Independent-New York)
Erik Paquette (Independent-Connecticut)
John Parker (Independent-Mississippi)
Joel Pearson (Write In-Texas)
Cathy Johnson Pendleton (Write In-Maryland)
Mark Pendleton (Independent-Utah)
Ryan Perera (Independent-Minnesota)
Gary Perkins Jr. (Independent-Alabama)
Charles “Chaz” Perry III (Independent-Montana)
Darryl Perry (Write In-Texas)
Michael Peuler (Independent-Pennsylvania)
Marty Piatt (Independent-California)
Louis Pica (Independent-New Jersey)
Matthew Pinnavaia (Independent-California)
William Pittman (Independent-Michigan)
Eric Poders (Independent-Illinois)
Robert Pool (Independent-Georgia)
Samuel Powell (Independent-District of Columbia)
Kenneth Preston (Independent-Florida)
Jessica Priester (Write In-Arizona)
Donald Proctor Jr. (Write In-Massachusetts)
Cynthia Pryber (Conservative Party-Illinois)
Michael Puskar (Independent-Maryland)
Kelley Bracken Rainey (Independent-South Carolina)
Dinesh Ravishanker (New White-California)
Don Reaux (Independent-Louisiana)
C.C. Reed (Independent-Florida)
Bob Reed (Independent-New York)
Carl Renowitzky (Independent-California)
Sam Resibord (Independent-Pennsylvania)
Darwin Misha Reedy (Indendent-Texas)
Alexander Ressa (Independent-Illinois)
William Knox Richardson (Independent-California)
James Courtney Rives (Independent-Illinois)
Clifton Roberts (Humane Party-California)
Charles Robichaud (Write In-Rhode Island)
Joseph Rodgers (Independent-Illinois)
Ian Rodriguez (Write In-Florida)
Steve Rogers (Independent Party-California)
Don Rondeau (Independent-Maryland)
Johnny Roosevelt (Independent-Illinois)
Andrew Rosenbaum (Independent-Florida)
Paul Rosenberger (Independent-California)
Elijah Rostron (Independent-Massachusetts)
Brandon Rowe (Independent-Kentucky)
John Roy (Independent-Pennsylvania)
Howie Rubin (Independent-Oregon)
Arron Rudeen (Independent-Washington)
Dana Glen Russ (Independent-Texas)
William Salyer (Independent-Missouri)
Chris Santos (Independent-Massachusetts)
John Saraceno (Independent-Indiana)
Dave Sartin (Veterans Party-West Virginia)
Donald Sauter (Independent-Delaware)
Brad Schiller (Independent-Nevada)
Joe Schriner (Independent-Ohio)
Guy Schwartz (Independent-Texas)
John G. Schwartz (Independent-Illinois)
J.W. Scroggie (Independent-Tennessee)
Michael Scruggs (Independent-Illinois)
William Sears (Write In-Ohio)
James Sewell III (Independent-Texas)
Anthony Shahmoradi (Independent-Pennsylvania)
Ryan Shepard (Independent-New York)
Christopher Shields (Write In-South Carolina)
Mark Shirley Independent-Illinois)
Muhammad Sho (Independent-Texas)
Richard Shrum (Independent-Texas)
Robert Sigsby (Independent-Michigan)
Ben Simmons (Independent-Utah)
Harley Simmons (Independent-Texas)
Jacob Simmons (Independent-Illinois)
Michael Simmons (Independent-Colorado)
Mary Erwin Simpson (Independent-District of Columbia)
Monroe Pierce Singleton (Peace Party-Oregon)
D.R. Skeens (Independent-Washington)
Keith Smith (Independent-Ohio)
Michael Smith (Independent-Pennsylvania)
Roger Smith (Write In-West Virginia)
Scott Smith (Independent-Colorado)
T. Ben Smith (Independent-Florida)
Tony Smitherman (Independent-Texas)
George Norton Snider (Independent Christian Party-Florida)
Spencer Snyder (Independent-Texas)
Jack Sparrow (Independent-Oregon)
David Sponheim (America’s Third Party-Washington)
Ray Stahle (Write In-Pennsylvania)
Tami Stainfield (Independent-West Virginia)
Renee Stephens (Write In-Oregon)
Scott Stephens (Independent-New York)
Shawna Sterling (Independent-Kentucky)
Corey Sterner (Write In-Colorado)
Patricia Stevens (Write In-Oklahoma)
Patrick Stewart (Write In-Colorado)
Damian Stone (Independent-Florida)
Ricky Joe “Average Joe” Story (Independent-Florida)
Christopher Strunk (Independent-New York)
Dexter Suber (United Citizens Party-South Carolina)
Karin Swanson (Socialist Democrat-Texas)
Maurice Symonette (Write In-Florida)
Dan Szathmary (Independent-California)
Robert Szekely (Independent-Colorado)
Sonya Tabor (Write In-Texas)
Paul Tape Jr. (Tea-Florida)
Dan Taus (Independent-Pennsylvania)
William Taylor (Write In-California)
Josh Thomas (Independent-South Carolina)
Judah Thomas (Independent-Connecticut)
Mary Thomas (Write In-Maryland)
Morris Kent Thompson (Independent-Florida)
Troy Thompson (Independent-Georgia)
Douglas Thomson (Write In-Ohio)
Sheila “Samm” Tittle (Independent-Virginia)
Perry Tolos (Independent-Florida)
Brian Topping (Write In-Michigan)
Matthew Torrez (Independent-Florida)
Darrell Trigg (Christian Party-Tennessee)
Gary Tucker (Write In-Texas)
Tommy Turner (independent-Virginia)
Mathew Tyler (Independent-California)
Colton Unden (Independent-North Carolina)
Matthew Unsworth (Independent-California)
Joshua Usera (Independent-South Dakota)
Tony Valdivia (Write In-Texas)
Stanley Valentine (Independent-Florida)
Harold Van Allen (Independent-New York)
George Van Bernum Jr. (Independent-New York)
Mark Van De Wege (Independent-Michigan)
Gabriel Van Duren (Independent-Utah)
Mary Vann (Human Rights Party-Illinois)
Isaac Vega (Write In-California)
Andre Ventura (Independent-Michigan)
Da Vid (Light-California)
Robert Vince Jr. (Independent-Ohio)
Phlllip “Andy” Vineyard (Independent-Kansas)
Andrew Vitale (Write In-New York)
Marilyn Volz-Hazel (Independent-Missouri)
Doris Walker (Independent-Illinois)
Hugh Walker (Independent-California)
Michelle “Hope” Walker (Independent-California)
Victor Walker (Independent-Maryland)
Kelso David Wallace (Write In-Florida)
William Wallace (Independent-Alabama)
Richard Watkins (Independent-California)
Andrew Webster (Independent-Texas)
Benjamin Weigel (Independent-California)
Andre Wells (Write In-California)
Eric Weinrib (Independent-New York)
Richard Wentworth (Independent-California)
David Wesson (Independent-West Virginia)
Kevin West (Independent-Arkansas)
Terry Wheelock (Independent-Texas)
Bob Whitaker (American Freedom Party-South Carolina)
Melissa White (Personal Choice-Indiana)
Ron White (Independent-California)
Thomas Wicker (Independent-New York)
Michael Wilhelm (Independent-Washington)
Todd Willey (All Mother Earth-Michigan)
Kent Williams (Independent-Florida)
Linel Williams III (Independent-North Carolina)
Mitchell Williams (Write In-Florida)
Steven Wilson (Write In-Missouri)
Mark Wimmer (Independent-Virginia)
John Wood (Independent-Utah)
Chad Woodard (Independent-California)
Dan Woodring (Write In-Florida)
Jason Woodward (Write In-New Hampshire)
Curtis Woolsey (Christian Party-Arizona)
Nicholas Ximenez (Independent- Texas)
DyJuan D. Barnes Yahweh (Independent-Kansas)
Floyd Yancey (Independent-Tennessee)
Kenneth Young (Right to Life-California)
Chuck Zeiger (Independent-Arizona)
David Zjejewski (Independent-New Jersey)
Robert Zorn (Independent-Vermont)
Daniel Zutler (US Party-Florida)

And that’s not all. There are 1,790 more on this page.

2 thoughts on “Two Choices For President? Meet The 1,896 Other Candidates No One Ever Told You About

  • November 6, 2016 at 9:52 pm

    You do not have my name linked to my site above (you must not have seen the most currently candidate list).

    Aside from open write-in states, I am a write-in candidate in Alaska, DC, Maryland, & Virginia.

    My web site is
    I’m on most big social media with username @puskar2016

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