2008 PETITIONING FOR PRESIDENT
(updated October 23, 2008: FINAL)

STATE
REQUIREMENTS
SIGNATURES COLLECTED
DEADLINES
Full Party
Cand.
Libertarian
Green
Const.
Nader
Party
Indep.

Alabama

37,513

5,000

already on

write-in

already on

already on

June 3

Sep. 8

Alaska

(reg) 7,124

#3,128

already on

write-in

already on

already on

Aug. 6

Aug. 6

Arizona

20,449

#21,759

already on

already on

write-in

already on

Mar. 6

unsettled

Arkansas

10,000

#1,000

already on

already on

already on

already on

June 30

Aug. 4

California

(reg) 88,991

158,372

already on

already on

write-in

already on

Dec. 31, 07

Aug. 8

Colorado

(reg) 1,000

pay $500

already on

already on

already on

already on

June 1

June 17

Conn.

no procedure

#7,500

too late

write-in

write-in

already on

- - -

Aug. 6

Delaware

(reg) 284

5,674

already on

already on

already on

already on

Aug. 12

July 15

D.C.

no procedure

3,883

in court

already on

too late

already on

- - -

Aug. 19

Florida

be organized

104,334

already on

already on

already on

already on

Sep. 2

July 15

Georgia

44,089

#42,489

already on

write-in

write-in

write-in

July 8

July 8

Hawaii

663

4,291

already on

already on

already on

already on

Apr. 3

Sep. 5

Idaho

11,968

5,984

already on

write-in

already on

already on

Aug. 29

Aug. 25

Illinois

no procedure

#25,000

already on

already on

already on

already on

- - -

June 23

Indiana

no procedure

#32,742

already on

write-in

write-in

write-in

- - -

June 30

Iowa

no procedure

#1,500

already on

already on

already on

already on

- - -

Aug. 15

Kansas

16,994

5,000

already on

write-in

already on

already on

June 2

Aug. 4

Kentucky

no procedure

#5,000

already on

write-in

already on

already on

- - -

Sep. 2

Louisiana

(reg) 1,000

pay $500

too late

already on

already on

already on

May 22

Sep. 2

Maine

27,544

#4,000

write-in

already on

write-in

already on

Dec 14, 07

Aug. 8

Maryland

10,000

31,102

already on

already on

already on

already on

Aug. 4

Aug. 4

Mass.

(reg) 40,116

#10,000

already on

already on

already on

already on

Feb. 1

July 29

Michigan

38,024

38,024

already on

already on

already on

already on

July 17

July 17

Minnesota

110,150

#2,000

already on

already on

already on

already on

July 15

Sep. 9

Mississippi

be organized

1,000

already on

already on

already on

already on

Jan. 10

Sep. 5

Missouri

10,000

10,000

already on

write-in

already on

already on

July 28

July 28

Montana

5,000

#5,000

already on

write-in

write-in

already on

Mar. 13

Aug. 13

Nebraska

5,921

2,500

already on

already on

already on

already on

Aug. 1

Aug. 26

Nevada

5,746

5,746

already on

already on

already on

already on

July 3

July 3

N. Hamp.

12,524

#3,000

already on

write-in

write-in

already on

Aug. 6

Aug. 6

New Jersey

no procedure

#800

already on

already on

already on

already on

- - -

July 28

New Mex.

2,794

16,764

already on

already on

already on

already on

Apr. 1

June 4

New York

no procedure

#15,000

already on

already on

write-in

already on

- - -

Aug. 19

No. Car.

69,734

69,734

already on

write-in

too late

write-in

May 16

June 12

No. Dakota

7,000

#4,000

already on

write-in

already on

already on

Apr. 11

Sep. 5

Ohio

have support

5,000

already on

already on

already on

already on

Aug 21

Aug. 21

Oklahoma

46,324

43,913

too late

too late

too late

too late

May 1

July 15

Oregon

20,640

18,356

already on

already on

already on

already on

Aug. 26

Aug. 26

Penn.

no procedure

#24,666

already on

write-in

write-in

already on

- - -

Aug. 1

Rhode Isl.

18,557

#1,000

already on

already on

already on

already on

May 30

Sep. 5

S. Carolina

10,000

10,000

already on

already on

already on

already on

May 4

July 15

S. Dakota

8,389

3,356

already on

too late

already on

already on

Mar. 25

Aug. 5

Tennessee

45,254

25

already on

already on

already on

already on

unsettled

Aug. 21

Texas

43,991

74,108

already on

write-in

write-in

write-in

May 26

May 12

Utah

2,000

#1,000

already on

already on

already on

already on

Feb. 15

Sep. 2

Vermont

be organized

#1,000

already on

write-in

already on

already on

Jan. 1

Sep. 12

Virginia

no procedure

#10,000

already on

already on

already on

already on

- - -

Aug. 22

Wash.

no procedure

#1,000

already on

already on

already on

already on

- - -

July 26

West Va.

no procedure

#15,118

too late

already on

already on

already on

- - -

Aug. 1

Wisconsin

10,000

#2,000

already on

already on

already on

already on

June 2

Sep. 2

Wyoming

3,868

3,868

already on

write-in

already on

already on

June 2

Aug. 25

TOTAL STATES ON
45
32
37
46
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#partisan label is OK (other than "independent").
write-in means either that the write-ins will be counted without any paperwork, or it means that the campaign has filed or is filing for write-in status in that state.

PARTIES NOT ON PETITIONING CHART

Party for Socialism and Liberation (Gloria La Riva): Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Louisiana, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont, Washington, and Wisconsin.

Socialist Workers (Roger Calero): Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Iowa, Louisiana, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, Vermont, and Washington.

Socialist (Brian Moore): Colorado, Florida, Iowa, New Jersey, Ohio, Tennessee, Vermont, and Wisconsin.

America�s Independent Party (Alan Keyes): on the ballot in Colorado, California, and Florida.

The Boston Tea Party�s presidential candidate (Charles Jay) is on the ballot in Colorado, Florida, and Tennessee.

Prohibition Party (Gene Amondson): On the ballot in Colorado, Florida, and Louisiana.

Ron Paul is on the ballot in Louisiana (Louisiana Taxpayers) and Montana (Constitution).

The Objectivist Party (Thomas Stevens) is on in Colorado and Florida.

As far as is known, this list, plus the parties in the petitioning chart above, plus the Democratic and Republican Parties, comprise a complete list of all candidates that are on the ballot in at least two states for president, so far.