List of United States Green Party presidential tickets

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This is a list of the candidates for the offices of President of the United States and Vice President of the United States of the Green Party of the United States.

(1996-2016)[edit]

1996, 2000[edit]

Presidential
Nominee
1996 (lost), 2000 (lost) Vice Presidential
Nominee
Naderspeak.JPG Ralph Nader
State: Connecticut
Born: February 27, 1934, Winsted, Connecticut
Alma mater: Princeton University,
Harvard University
Career: United States Army (1959)
Winona LaDuke
State: California
Born: August 18, 1959, Los Angeles, California
Alma mater: Harvard University
Antioch University
Career: Economist
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Opponent
Bill Clinton (D-AR)
Bob Dole (R-KS)
Ross Perot
(Reform-TX)
1996 United States presidential election
Popular vote: Clinton/Gore 47,401,185 (49.2%) - Dole/Kemp 39,197,469 (40.7%) -
Perot/Choate 8,085,294 (8.4%) - Nader/LaDuke 685,297 (0.71%)
Electoral vote: Clinton/Gore 379 - Dole/Kemp 159
Opponent
Al Gore (D-TN)
Jack Kemp (R-NY)
Pat Choate
(Reform-CA)
Opponent
Al Gore
(D-TN)

George W. Bush
(R-TX)

2000 United States presidential election
Popular vote: Gore/Lieberman 50,999,897 (48.4%) - Bush/Cheney 50,456,002 (47.9%)
Nader/LaDuke 2,882,955 (2.74%)
Electoral vote: Bush/Cheney 271 - Gore/Lieberman 266
Opponent
Joe Lieberman
(D-CT)

Dick Cheney
(R-WY)

2004[edit]

Presidential
Nominee
2004 (lost) Vice Presidential
Nominee
David Cobb at Oct 2016 Berkeley rally for Jill Stein - 3 (cropped).jpg David Cobb
State: Texas
Born: December 24, 1962 San Leon, Texas
Alma mater: University of Houston
Career: Attorney
Pat LaMarche
State: Maine
Born: November 26, 1960, Providence, Rhode Island
Alma mater: Boston College,
University of Amsterdam
Career: 1998 candidate for Governor of Maine
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Opponent
George W. Bush
(R-TX)

John Kerry
(D-MA)

2004 United States presidential election
Popular vote: Bush/Cheney 62,040,610 (50.7%) - Kerry/Edwards 59,028,444 (48.3%) - Cobb/LaMarche 119,859 (0.10%)
Electoral vote: Bush/Cheney 286 - Kerry/Edwards 251
Opponent
Dick Cheney
(R-WY)

John Edwards
(D-NC)

2008[edit]

Presidential
Nominee
2008 (lost) Vice Presidential
Nominee
Cynthia McKinney.jpg Cynthia McKinney
State: Georgia
Born: March 17, 1955, Atlanta, Georgia
Alma mater: University of Southern California
Tufts University
Antioch University
Career: U.S. House of Representatives (1993-1997, 2005-2007)
Rosa Clemente
State: North Carolina
Born: April 18, 1972, New York City, New York
Alma mater: State University of New York,
Albany

Cornell University
University of Massachusetts,
Amherst

Career: Journalist
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Opponent
John McCain (R-AZ)
Barack Obama (D-IL)
2008 United States presidential election
Popular vote: Obama/Biden 69,498,516 (52.9%) - McCain/Palin 59,948,323 (45.7%)
- McKinney/Clemente 161,797 (0.12%)
Electoral vote: Obama/Biden 365 - McCain/Palin 173
Opponent
Sarah Palin (R-AK)
Joe Biden (D-DE)

2012, 2016[edit]

Presidential
Nominee
2012 (lost), 2016 (lost) Vice Presidential
Nominee
Jill Stein by Gage Skidmore.jpg Jill Stein
State: Massachusetts
Born: May 14, 1950, Chicago, Illinois
Alma mater: Harvard University
Career: Physician
Cheri Honkala
State: Pennsylvania
Born: January 12, 1963, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Career:Activist
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Ajamu Baraka
State: Illinois
Born: October 25, 1953, Chicago, Illinois
Career:United States Army
Ajamu Baraka at Oct 2016 Berkeley rally for Jill Stein - 4 (cropped).jpg
Opponent
Barack Obama
(D-IL)

Mitt Romney
(R-MA)
2012 United States presidential election
Popular vote: Obama/Biden 65,915,796 (51.1%) - Romney/Ryan 60,933,500 (47.2%) - Stein/Honkala 469,627 (0.36%)
Electoral vote: Obama/Biden 332 - Romney/Ryan 206
Opponent
Joe Biden (D-DE)
Paul Ryan (R-WI)
Opponent
Hillary Clinton
(D-NY)

Donald Trump
(R-NY)

2016 United States presidential election
Popular vote: Clinton/Kaine 65,853,516 (48.2%) - Trump/Pence 62,984,825 (46.1%) - Stein/Baraka 1,457,216 (1.07%)
Electoral vote: Trump/Pence 304 - Clinton/Kaine 227
Opponent
Tim Kaine
(D-VA)

Mike Pence
(R-IN)

See also[edit]