November 2006 Party Registration Totals

Ballot-Access News, in their January newsletter, has released voter registration totals of each state for both the major and minor parties. To find out more, click here…

9 Responses to “November 2006 Party Registration Totals”

  1. Roscoe Says:

    Interesting that the LP has 235,500 registered members in the 21 states that allow/report registrations. Extrapolated for population in the other 29 states, it’s what? Let’s say 400,000. And start telling people the LP has 400,000 registered voters instead of referencing the 20,000 or so who belong to the LNC. Then find a way to engage and activate more of the registered voters. Plenty of American groups have 20,000 members and go about their business unknown to the rest of us. A 400,000 member group should have more visibility and more clout.

  2. John Brown Says:

    Like Hell.

    I’m a registered Libertarian but I’m not happy with the Republican/Constitutionalist bent of the party. I’m not sending them
    a nickel and if they start claiming I’m a member I’ll finally get off my ass
    and switch my registration.

  3. Anthony Distler Says:

    I’m a member of the Reform Party in Pennsylvania, so…you know, take that for what it’s worth.

  4. Citizens For A Better Veterans Home[s] Says:

    They totally ignore their own projects. Time after time ‘their’ cause comes to the fore and the local, state, national LP cells say absolutely nothing!
    Privatizing Social Security, Anti Occupation of the Gulf, nothing nothing nothing! NINE YEARS ago we went to California Libs for privatizing Veterans programs! Not one word in a decade. NOT ONE! They have met the enemy and the enemy is them!

    The final nail in the coffin is the ‘Open Borders’ philosophy in a post 9-11 environment!

  5. Trent Hill Says:

    Unfortunately for the Constitution Party, this total accurately reflects its registration totals, as the states that are excluded have very small state parties. The ? states probably amount to only 500 registrants.

  6. Trent Hill Says:


    You told me in another thread that the AIP has two elected officials, and the IAP has three. Im aware of the three elected IAP officials. Could you list for me the two California officials? I am keeping a list of elected officials from the CP.

  7. Cody Quirk Says:

    Charles Deemer = Water Commission of Torrance (also the AIP Treasurer).

    Ernest Vance = Vice Chair, Rancho Cordova City Planning Commission (also the Sacramento County AIP Chairman).

  8. Trent Hill Says:

    Thanks Cody. Ill put it up on the “Electoral History of the Constitution Party”
    in wikipedia.

  9. Cody Quirk Says:


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