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Tuesday, December 27, 2016

U.S. House National Totals by Party, 2016

"Corruptus in Extremis"
Free Elections
Maybe We Should Try Them in America

  • Yes we had what passes for an "election". And once again the same two Open Borders, Wall Street funded parties magically won 100% of all seats. Amazing . . . and we lie to ourselves that we have "free" elections.
  • The U.S. is the only nation on earth with only two political parties winning all seats. Every other nation has multiple parties in their legislatures from Israel to Brazil to Japan to Australia.
  • While two parties always had an advantage, the U.S. used to be a Multi-Party Republic in Congressional elections. It can be that way again with election reform. Freedom. Maybe we should try it again.

(Ballot Access News)  -  All state election returns (except for write-ins in a few cases) are now official. 
Below are the national totals for each party for U.S. House for the November 8, 2016 election:
Republican 62,589,781
Democratic 61,584,781
Libertarian 1,712,061
Green 515,598
Conservative of New York 336,572
Working Families 278,171
Independence of New York 92,107
Constitution 127,376
Independent Party of Oregon 78,154
Legal Marijuana Now 57,911
Reform 56,232
Women’s Equality 45,960
Liberty Union 29,410
Independence of Minnesota 28,869
Progressive of Oregon 27,978
American of South Carolina 19,606
Working Class of Michigan 18,018
Independent Green 12,866
Independent Party of Connecticut 9,972
Veterans 8,696
Conservative of New Jersey 4,254
Natural Law 4,088
Independent candidates received 845,512 votes.
If anyone sees any error, please contact me at richardwinger@yahoo.com, or leave a comment. If anyone is aware of any other individual or group that has also compiled this data, please inform me. The author of America Votes, Rhodes Cook, will be compiling this data but not for some time yet. Eventually two federal agencies, the Federal Election Commission and the Clerk of the U.S. House, will compile it, but not for many months yet. I will furnish the state-by-state totals to anyone who asks. 
UPDATE: figures have been revised to correct a Delaware error. Thanks to Greg Koza for that.
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

mencken really said it all
really funny those votes on Natural Law