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Independent Party of Delaware


Independent Party of Delaware

The Independent Party of Delaware is a political party in the State of Delaware, United States.

In 2000 the party ran Floyd Mcdowell Sr. for governor. He received 3,271 votes, making 1.1% of the total vote [1]. In 2002 Maurice Barros, running for U.S. Senate, received 996 votes, for 0.4% of the total vote. In 2004, the party, along with the Libertarian Party, nominated Frank Infante for governor. Infante received 10,753 votes on the Independent Party line (2.9% of vote), and 1,450 votes (0.4%) on the Libertarian Party ballot line.

In 2006, Karen M. Hartley-Nagle, running for Delaware's lone congressional seat, received 5,769 votes for 2.2% of the total vote.

In 2004, the party gave its ballot line to the independent presidential campaign of Ralph Nader, he received 2,152 votes for 0.6% of the total vote in Delaware. [2]

In 2008, the party again gave its ballot line to the independent presidential campaign of Ralph Nader, he received 2,401 votes.

In 2012, the party ran Alex Pires for the US Senate. He received 15,300 votes, or 3.83%. The party also ran 4 candidates for the state legislature. One candidate for State Senate, running in a district with no major party opposition, received 20.1% of the vote.

External links

  • Independent Party of Delaware official Party website
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