How significant are third party candidates in US Presidential Elections?
When the Republican Party's candidate, Abraham Lincoln, won the presidency in 1860, his was a minor party. Now, of course, it's one of our two main parties. But there are and have been many "third parties". Anti-Masons, Free-Soilers, Know-Nothings, Prohibitionists, Populists, Socialists, Communists, States' Righters and Libertarians-- they've all nominated candidates for president in the past.
America currently have five nationally organised third parties; Reform, Libertarian, Green, Constitution (formerly the US Taxpayers), and Natural Law. Each of these five parties has received 100,000…
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