Major 3rd Party Candidates

Can you name the 3rd-party candidates* who have won at least 2% of the national vote in a US presidential election?

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Year (Party)Candidate% of Vote (Electoral Votes)
2016 (Libertarian)3.27% (0 EVs)
2000 (Green and others)2.73% (0 EVs)
1996 (Reform)8.40% (0 EVs)
1992 (Independent)18.91% (0 EVs)
1980 (Independent)6.61% (0 EVs)
1968 (American Ind.)13.52% (46 EVs)
1948 (State's Rights)2.41% (39 EVs)
1948 (Progressive)2.37% (0 EVs)
1932 (Socialist)2.23% (0 EVs)
1924 (Progressive)16.61% (13 EVs)
1920 (Socialist)3.41% (0 EVs)
1916 (Socialist)3.19% (0 EVs)
1912 (Progressive or 'Bull Moose')27.40% (88 EVs)
1912 (Socialist)5.99% (0 EVs)
Year (Party)Candidate% of Vote (Electoral Votes)
1908 (Socialist)2.83% (0 EVs)
1904 (Socialist)2.98% (0 EVs)
1892 (Populist)8.51% (22 EVs)
1892 (Prohibition)2.24% (0 EVs)
1888 (Prohibition)2.20% (0 EVs)
1880 (Greenback)3.32% (0 EVs)
1860 (Southern Democrat)18.20% (72 EVs)
1860 (Constitutional Union)12.62% (39 EVs)
1856 (American or 'Know Nothing')21.54% (8 EVs)
1852 (Free Soil)4.93% (0 EVs)
1848 (Free Soil)10.13% (0 EVs)
1844 (Liberty)2.30 % (0 EVs)
1832 (Anti-Masonic)7.78% (7 EVs)
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  • * - A 3rd party candidate is any candidate not running with one of the two major parties existing at the time.
  • Note: The Southern Democratic party of 1860 is considered a 3rd party because the members split from the national Democratic party. There were no political parties in the 1789 presidential election.
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Last Updated: Dec 13, 2022
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