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Minor Party and Independent Candidates on the Ballot in Pennsylvania

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Another thing you should know is that these are all the offices I could find listings for was state representative. If you can find anything for offices like school board or county commissioner or anything else I left out, let me know and I'll update the entry.

President (statewide options, nationwide race):
-Ralph Nader, Independent
-Bob Barr, Libertarian
-Write in whomever your heart desires

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Attorney General (statewide):
-Marakay Rogers, Libertarian (also endorsed by the Green Party, the Reform Party, and Ralph Nader)

Auditor General (statewide):
-Betsy Summers, Libertarian

State Treasurer (statewide):
-Berlie Etzel, Libertarian

US House (find your district here):
-District 5: James Fryman, Libertarian
-District 8: Tom Lingenfelter, Independent (also running for State House in District 143)
-District 13 (my district): John McDermott, Constitution
-District 16: J ohn Murphy, Independent
Dan Frank, Constitution

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State Senate (find your district here):
-District 21: Mary Lea Lucas, Libertarian
-District 23: Mike Dincher, Independent
-District 29: Dennis Baylor, Independent

State House (find your district here):
-District 13: Ronald Hershey, Independent
-District 20: J im Barr, Constitution
-District 21: Dan Mahon, Independent
Jonah Yon McAllister-Erikson, Green
-District 23: Mary Hughes, Green
-District 27: Frank J. Liberatore, Reform
-District 35: David Posipanka, Libertarian
-District 51: Gary Gearing, Independent
-District 63: Michael J. Robertson, Libertarian
-District 64: Vance H. Mays, Libertarian
-District 111: Jay Sweeney, Green
-District 143: Tom Lingenfelter, Independent (also running for US House in District 8)
-District 178: Bill O'Neill, Independent
-District 180: Eric Sanchez, Libertarian
-District 183: Carl Edwards, Constitution

(And here's an interesting fact: the only people running for state house in districts 25,65, 68, 73, and a few other districts are nominated by both the Democrats and the Republicans)

(Another interesting fact: The Constitution Party's national headquarters is in Lancaster [that's congressional district 16 for those of you keeping track])
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Ross Levin a young activist who also writes for keystonepolitics.com, operationitch.com, independentpoliticalreport.com. He first became active in politics in the 2008 presidential campaign through Mike Gravel's quixotic run for the Democratic (more...)
 

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