The 2016 US Presidential Election of 2016

Third-Party Candidates WILL Disrupt 2016 Presidential elections

Coming February 15, 2016.

“Graded Voting” (Instant Runoff with reject candidates) for 2016 President candidates. The potential candidates for political party nomination candidates AND Americans Elect nomination candidates AND nonpartisan signature qualified candidates for the US Presidential Election of 2016.

Red States Outnumber Blue for First Time in Gallup Tracking

February 3, 2016

New Hampshire primary may be awarded in large part by voters who don't belong to either party

February 6, 2016

Third-Party Candidates Could Disrupt 2014 Midterms

July 30, 2014

“For most of modern era, third-party candidates were the crazy uncles of U.S. Senate elections, fun to watch and almost never relevant.” “That is now changing.” “10 of the 12 Senate seats in play this cycle have drawn third-party challengers, and nine of those races have Libertarian Party candidates-“ “’s yet another reminder that the Tea Party isn’t going away and won’t be ignored.”