Ballot Access News The total vote cast for U.S. Senate on November 8, 2016, by party, was: Democratic 51,297,372 Republican 40,784,703 Libertarian 1,788,027 Green 695,604 Working Families 428,854 Conservative 267,186 Independence 150,457 Constitution 124,587 Independent Party of Oregon 59,516 Women’s Equality 45,297 Independent American 27,340 New Independent Party 17,649 Reform 17,781 American 11,923 Unity 9,336 … Continue reading Democrats Outpoll Republicans in U.S. Senate Races by 10,512,669 Votes, but Republicans Win 22 of the 34 Seats
Ballot Access News Rocky De La Fuente has paid for a small presidential recount in Nevada, according to this story. If the sample shows that the original count was not completely accurate, the recount will be expanded.
Ballot Access News As of Sunday, November 26, ten states have completed their official vote canvass for the November 8, 2016 election: Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Virginia, and Wyoming. Brian Sears has tabulated the presidential vote, using the official vote in those states, and the unofficial vote in … Continue reading Ten States Have Completed Vote Count
A compilation of recent BAN articles showing voter registration data and statistics from various states from November and last month, as listed in descending alphabetical order- New Alaska Registration Data On November 3, Alaska Division of Elections released current registration data. Percentages are: independent and miscellaneous 52.62%; Republican 27.20%; Democratic 14.85%; Alaskan Independence 3.29%; … Continue reading 2016 Compilation Of Recent State Voter Registration Data From Ballot Access News
Ballot Access News On the afternoon of October 31, the Missouri Secretary of State revised an earlier decision, and ruled that Rocky De La Fuente may be a declared write-in for president. Earlier in the day De La Fuente had been told that he can’t be a write-in candidate, because he had run in the … Continue reading Missouri Secretary of State Adds Rocky De La Fuente to the List of Declared Write-in Presidential Candidates
Ballot Access News On October 27, a New York State Supreme Judge in Albany County ruled that the Reform Party’s organizational meeting of September 24, 2016, is valid. There are two factions in the Reform Party of New York. The faction that held the organizational meeting declined to choose any presidential elector candidates, and elected … Continue reading New York Reform Party Case Decided; Curtis Sliwa Faction Wins
Ballot Access News For the first time in history, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has endorsed a congressional candidate who is not a Democratic or Republican Party nominee. See this story. The Chamber has endorsed Martin Babinec, the Reform Party nominee in New York’s 22nd U.S. House district.
(The following was posted to Facebook by Free and Equal Elections founder, Christina Tobin.) "UPDATE: The People's Presidential Debate at CU-Boulder on Oct. 25th: Darrell Castle of the The Constitution Party, Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente, Independent, of the Reform and American Delta Party, and Gloria La Riva of Party for Socialism and Liberation - … Continue reading Update on Free and Equal CU Boulder Debate From Christina Tobin
(The following was originally published in Daily Camera News.) Three presidential candidates have confirmed that they will attend a debate at the University of Colorado later this month, but so far the event organizers haven't heard back from the two major-party candidates — Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. The debate, which is being held in … Continue reading Daily Camera News: Third-party, independent candidates set to attend CU Boulder debate
Ballot Access News A poll released at the end of September for U.S. House, New York 22nd district, has these results: Republican Claudia Tenney 35%; Democrat Kim Myers 30%; independent candidate Martin Babinec 24%; undecided 11%. Babinec won the Reform Party nomination in June with write-ins. He is the only New York Reform Party nominee … Continue reading Martin Babinec, Reform Party U.S. House Candidate in Upstate New York, at 24% in Poll