National Presidential popular vote totals

From CNN, by way of Ballot Access News, with 97% of the vote counted:

Obama
63,086,600
52%

McCain
55,848,864
46%

Nader
649,097
1%

Barr
484,963
1%

Baldwin
173,178
(all 0% from this point. I’m not sure how they got Barr’s 0.4 to round to 1%.)

McKinney
141,010

Keyes
34,512

Paul
19,285

La Riva
7,166

Calero
7,110

Moore
6,273

None of these candidates
6,246

Duncan
3,612

Harris
2,377

Jay
2,293

Polachek
1,290

Wamboldt
765

McEnulty
737

Stevens
678

Amondson
631

Boss
602

Weill
470

Phillies
438

Allen
276

Lyttle
97

7 thoughts on “National Presidential popular vote totals

  1. Jerry S.

    You can try to spin it anyway you wish. Everyone needs to realize the controlled media blacksout all unapproved campaigns. Keeping the message away from the masses. I hope all of you can stop fooling yourselves. There is a relative small group who controls the major media and the government. Until a third party is able to bypass the major media blackout and get the message to 250 million americans there will never be a breakthrough. The Globalists WIN again and the masses don’t even know what happened to them. WAKE UP friends…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hzLXkLXWJ3k

    Your messages didn’t fail, the message was never heard by enough people to succeed!

  2. Jerry S.

    I posted the wrong link. This is the link that 200 million need to see and know it’s truth not delusion

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPlvdSQ6cAM

    I fought my first third party battle in 1988, and have studied this for over thirty years, this video is for real and is the reason we never make progress on the national level.

    Money for paid ads, mass grassroots activism and positive local media is the way to defeat them. Ron Paul had part of the needed solutions and it was squandered by inept campaign management. Oh well, welcome to the most socialistic administration in our lifetimes…

  3. LaineRBT

    I feel depressed and as though I have fallen into ennui. With a few votes still to be counted in WA and Oregon Nader will probably just top 1996 but barely.

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