What 3rd Party Candidate Would You Vote For?
If you couldn't vote for President Barack Obama or former Gov. Mitt Romney, would you cast your lot with Roseanne Barr? We want to hear from you, Tampa Bay!
Just because President Barack Obama and former Gov. Mitt Romney capture all the headlines doesn’t mean they’re the only candidates on the Nov. 6 ballot in the race for the White House.
In Florida, 10 other contenders have their names on ballot, each hoping for enough votes to win the state – or at least pull off a respectable showing. These candidates represent a number of third parties, each with their own distinct agendas.
Here’s a look at who else you’ll see on the Nov. 6 ballot:
- Thomas Robert Stevens, Objectivist Party
- Gary Johnson, Libertarian Party
- Virgil H. Goode Jr., Constitution Party
- Jill Stein, Green Party
- Andre Barnett, Reform Party
- Roseanne Barr, Peace and Freedom Party
- Tom Hoefling, American Independent Party
- Ross C. "Rocky" Anderson, Justice Party
- Stewart Alexander, Socialist Party USA
- Peta Lindsay, Party for Socialism and Liberation
Imagine, if you will, that Barack Obama and Mitt Romney pulled out of the race and you couldn't vote for them.
Would you cast your vote in favor of comedian Roseanne Barr? Maybe you'd throw your lot in with Gary Johnson. Perhaps you're already planning to go with a third-party nominee? Sound off by letting us know which third-party candidate you'd choose if the Republicans and Democrats weren't a factor on Nov. 6. Speak your mind in the comments section.