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BALLOT ACCESS

ELECTION HISTORY

CP OFFICE HOLDERS

VOTER INFORMATION


2016 CONSTITUTION PARTY PRESIDENTIAL RACE

Darrell Castle and Scott Bradley were the 2016 Presidential and Vice-Presidential Nominees

www.Castle2016.com


2012 vs 2016 CONSTITUTION PARTY PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

State 2012

Goode Votes

Percent Ballot

Status

2016

Castle Votes

Percent Ballot

Status

Percent

Change

Alabama 2,981 0.14% On  *? write-in *?
Alaska No Write-In 3,866 1.21% On  +999.999%
Arizona 289 0.01% write-in 1,058  ? write-in 266.09%
Arkansas No Write-In 4,613 0.41% On  +999.999%
California 503 0.00% write-in No            (-999.99%)

Write-In

Colorado 6,234 0.24% On 11,699 0.42% On 87.66%
Connecticut No Write-In 147 0.01% write-in  +999.999%
Delaware 23 0.01% write-in  74 0.02% write-in  221.74%
D. C No Write-In No Write-In
Florida 2,607 0.03% On 16,475 0.17% On 531.95%
Georgia 432 0.01% write-in 1,110 0.03% write-in 156.94%
Hawaii No Write-In 4,508 1.05% On  +999.999%
Idaho 2,222 0.34% On 4,403 0.64% **On 98.15%
Illinois 233 0.00% write-in 1,138 ? write-in  388.41%
Indiana 290 0.01% write-in 1,937 0.07% write-in 556.21%
Iowa 3,038 0.19% On 5,335 0.34% On 75.61%
Kansas 187 0.02% write-in 646 0.05% write-in 245.45%
Kentucky 245 0.01% write-in 438 0.02% write-in 78.78%
Louisiana 2,508 0.13% On 3,129 0.15% On 24.76%
Maine No Write-In 333 0.04% write-in +999.999%
Maryland 418 0.02% write-in 566 0.02% write-in 34.21%
Massachusetts  No Write-In No Write-In
Michigan 16,119 0.34% On 16,139 0.34% On 0.12%
Minnesota 3,722 0.13% On 9,456 0.32% On 154.06%
Mississippi 2,609 0.20% On 3,987 0.33% On 52.62%
Missouri 7,936 0.29% On 13,092 0.47% On 64.97%
Montana 39 0.01% write-in 296 0.06% On 658.97%
Nebraska No Write-In  *? write-in *?
Nevada 3,240 0.32% On 5,268 0.47%  On  +36.03%
New Hampshire 708 0.10% On  *? write-in *?
New Jersey 2,064 0.06% On 6,161 0.16% On 197.09%
New Mexico 982 0.13% On 1,514 0.19% On 54.18%
New York 6,274 0.09% On 896 0.01% write-in (-600.22%)
North Carolina 534 0.01% write-in  – No

Write-     (-999.999%)

In

North Dakota 1,185 0.37%  On 1,833 0.53% On 54.68%
Ohio 8,152 0.15%  On 1,887 0.03% write-in (-332.01%)
Pennsylvania 383 0.01% write-in 21,572 0.35% On  5,532.38%
Rhode Island 430 0.10%  On  *? write-in  *?
South Carolina 4,765 0.24% On 5,765 0.27%  On 20.99%
South Dakota 2,371 0.65%  On 4,064 1.10% On 71.19%
Tennessee 6,022 0.24%  On 1,584 0.06% write-in  (-280.18%)
Texas 1,287 0.02% write-in 4,261 0.04% write-in 231.08%
Utah 2,871 0.28% On 8,032 0.71% On 179.76%
Vermont 13 0.00% write-in 63 0.02% write-in 384.62%
Virginia 13,058 0.34%  On  *? write-in *?
Washington 8,851 0.28%  On 17,623 0.53%  On 99.11%
West Virginia  No Write-In 3,807 0.53%  On  +999.999%
Wisconsin 4,930 0.16%  On 12,162 0.41%  On 147.02%
Wyoming 1,452 0.58%  On 2,042 0.80%  On 40.63%
Grand Total 122,207 202,979 63.47%
Total from FEC 122,389
Difference 182
Total Write-ins 4,876 16,138                  230.97%
Summary by Region
2012 2016 % Increase
Eastern 23,371 33,458 43.16%
Southern 23,990 41,362 72.41%
Midwestern 48,163 67,684 40.53%
Western 26,683 60,309 126.02%
Grand Total 122,207 202,813 65.96%
Write-ins 4,876 16,138 240.97%
**Scott Copeland  (Idaho) 2,347 0.40%

*States Not Tallying Vote Totals- AL, NE, NH, OR, RI, & VA


2016 CONSTITUTION PARTY STATE and LOCAL CANDIDATES

ELECTION RESULTS


Six States Not Fully Reporting Write Ins-AL, NE, NH, OR, RI, & VA

State Candidate Name Office Votes Vote  Placement
Sought Received Percent
Alaska Pam Goode State House Dist 09 2,816 36.15% 2nd of 2
Karen Perry State House Dist 12 949 10.99% 3rd of 3
J R Myers State House Dist 30 473 5.78% 3rd of 4
Kenneth Shaw State House Dist 36 396 5.05% 3rd of 3
Colorado Lynette Kilpatrick Weld County Commissioner 5,238 13.62% 3rd of 3
Hawaii U S. Senate Joy Alison 9,103 2.10% 3rd of 5
Moke Stephens State House Dist 4 648 7.50% 3rd of 3
Idaho Ray J. Writz U S Senate 41,677 6.10% 3rd of 3
Anthony Tomkins U S House Dist 2 25,005 7.70% 3rd of 3
Kirsten Raith  Richardson State Senator Dist 8 4,826 22.70% 2nd of 3
Ammon Emmanuel ProLife State House Dist.8 Position B 2,666 12.70% 2nd of 2
Daniel S. Weston State House Dist 20 Position A 3,875 21.10% 2nd of 2
Michigan Ronald R. Graeser US House Dist 2 2,904 0.86% 5th of 5
Ted Gerrard U S House Dist 3 10,420 3.04% 3rd of 3
George M Zimmer U S House Dist 4 5,595 1.77% 4th of 6
Marc Joseph Sosnowski State House Dist 11 1,586 4.34% 3rd of 3
Jeff Andring State House Dist 17 1,355 3.50% 3rd of 3
Les Townsend State House Dist 22 1,780 5.00% 3rd of 3
R. Al Bain State House Dist 56 1,179 2.81% 3rd of 3
Brandon Hoezee State House Dist 76 603 1.26% 3rd of 3
Carl G. Oehling State House Dist 79 1,129 2.81% 4th of 4
Matthew Shepard State House Dist 85 1,674 3.81% 4th of 4
Karen Adams State Board of Education 140,215 1.66% 7th of 11
Douglas Lesveque State Board of Education 55,313 0.66% 11th of 11
Audra Driscoll Univ of Michigan Regent 126,163 1.53% 5th of 10
Richard A. Hewer Univ of Michigan Regent 69,826 0.84% 10th of 10
Angela Grandy Mich State Univ Trustee 141,343 1.76% 6th of 8
Robert Gale Wayne State Univ Governor 97,369 1.22% 7th of 11
Marc Joseph Sosnowski Wayne State Univ Governor 74,816 0.94% 10th of 11
Stephen J. Young Allegan County Sheriff 8,921 19.44% 2nd of 2
Mark J. Petzold Kent County Comm Dist 16 2,565 21.52% 2nd of 2
Brian Sumeracki Macomb County Comm Dist 2 1,680 6.18% 3rd of 4
Robert Shirk Holton Township Trustee 285 21.88% 3rd of 3
Christine Schwartz Dorr Township Trustee 874 7.17% 5th of 8
Minnesota Bruce Johnson Dakota County Soil & Water Dist 4 Supervior 29,697 98.80% 1st of 1
Missouri Fred Ryman U S. Senate 25,407 0.91% 5th of 5
Doanita Simmons U S House Dist 3 3,605 0.98% 4th of 4
Tori Proffer State House Dist 145 603 3.71% 3rd of 3
M. J. Eberhardt Callaway County Sheriff 1,964 10.69% 2nd of 2
Nevada Tom Jones US Senate 17,12 1.55% 3rd of 6
Kamau Bakari U S House Dist 1 3,744 1.99% 4th of 4
John Everhart U S House Dist 2 8,693 2.77% 3rd of 4
Warren Markowitz U S House Dist 3 11,602 3.73% 3rd of 4
Mike Little U S House Dist 4 8,327 3.13% 4th of 4
Janine Hansen State Senate Dist 19 13,664 27.04% 2nd of 2
Justin T. Smith State Assembly Dist 38 1,200 4.46% 3rd of 4
John Wagner State Assembly Dist 40 2,173 7.24% 3rd of 3
5,938 1.81% 3rd  of 3
New Jersey Larry Berlinksi U S House Dist 3
Pennsylvania Jim Barr State House Distr 20 5,429 19.10% 2nd of 2
South Carolina Bill Bledsoe U S Senate 12,652 0.62% 6th of 8
Michael Chandler U S House Dist 4 5,103 1.73% 3rd of 3
Diane Phelps Simmons State House Dist 47 2,659 16.32% 2nd of 2
Robert Lampley State House Distr 89 586 4.07% 3rd of 3
Freddie McEachem Jr. Marion County Sheriff 376 2.70% 3rd of 3
Frank E. Barron III Lexington County Coroner 31,733 29.54% 2nd of 2
John Langville Greenville County Council Dist 24 2,776 16.31% 2nd of 2
Utah Richard Proctor State Treasurer 75,363 7.07% 3rd of 3 Highest vote total ever received by a CP candidate in Utah
Paul McCollaum US House Dist 2 12,517 4.52% 3rd of 3
Collin Simonsen US House Dist 4 13,559 4.94% 3rd of 3
Sherry Phipps State House Dist 1 2,333 17.15% 2nd of 2
Kirk Pearson State House Dist 68 1,597 10.56% 3rd of 3
Kenneth L. Bauer Iron County Commissioner “C” 2,222 13.46% 3rd of 3
Jonathan Garrard Iron County Commissioner 2,496 11.68% 3rd of 3
Adam Toone Morgan County School Board Dist 5 512 52.84% 1st of 2
West Viginia Phil Hudok Governor 4,041 0.57% 5th of 5
John R Bartlett House of  Delegates Dist 52 304 4.63% 3rd of 3
Wyoming Dr. Daniel Clyde Cummings U S House 10,362 4.12% 3rd of 4
Joseph Michaels  State House Dist 4 1,185 24.31% 2nd of 2
Joyce Collins State House Dist 26 1,001 24.72% 2nd of 3
Linda Bergeron Natrona County Commissioner 4,252 6.31% 5th of 5

 

 


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