Andre Nigel Barnett (born June 2, 1976) is an American politician and entrepreneur. He was a candidate for President of the United States as the 2012 nominee of the Reform Party of the United States of America.
Cynthia McKinney – Green Party Presidential Nominee – 2008
Cynthia Ann McKinney (born March 17, 1955) is an American politician and activist. As a member of the Democratic Party, she served six terms in the United States House of Representatives. In 2008, the Green Party of the United States nominated McKinney for President of the United States. She was the first black woman to represent Georgia in the House.
Alan Keyes – Americas Independent Party Presidential Nominee – 2008
On June 5, 2007, We Need Alan Keyes for President was formed as a political action committee to encourage Alan Keyes to enter the 2008 presidential election. On September 14, 2007, Keyes officially announced his candidacy in an interview with radio show host Janet Parshall. On September 17, 2007, Keyes participated in the Values Voter Debate streamed live on Sky Angel, the Values Voter website, and radio. In a straw poll of the attending audience, Keyes placed third among the invited candidates, after Mike Huckabee and Ron Paul. Keyes was excluded from the Republican CNN/YouTube debate on November 28, 2007.
John Parker – Workers World Party Presidential Nominee – 2004
John Parker was the candidate of the Workers World Party, a U.S. communist political party, for President of the United States in 2004. Parker and his running mate was Teresa Gutierrez received 1,330 votes .
Monica Moorehead – Workers World Party Presidential Nominee – 1996, 2000, 2016
Monica Gail Moorehead (born 1952, Tuscaloosa, Alabama) is a frequent candidate of the Workers World Party, a U.S. Communist party. An African American, she is a former school teacher, and has been a political activist since high school. She distributed newspapers for the Black Panther Party and subsequently joined the WWP in 1972. She rose to the national leadership in 1979.
Her presidential campaign in 1996 received around 29,000 votes. In 2000 she received 4,795 votes; that year she was only on the ballot in Florida, Rhode Island, Washington, and Wisconsin. On both occasions, her vice-presidential running-mate was Gloria LaRiva.
Ms. Moorehead was the ONLY black person nominated for president of the United States during the 2016 election cycle.
Isabell Masters – Looking Back Party Presidential Nominee – 1992, 1996
Isabell Masters Ph.D. (January 9, 1913 – September 11, 2011) of Topeka, Kansas, was a five-time perennial third-party candidate (Looking Back Party) for President of the United States.
Masters’ five presidential campaigns are the most for any woman in U.S. history. She was a candidate in the United States presidential election, 1984, 1992 (339 votes), 1996, and 2004 presidential elections. In 1996, she was only on the ballot in Arkansas (but also received a few votes in California and Maryland) (752 votes total, 2000).
Ronald Daniels – Peace and Freedom Party Presidential Nominee – 1992
Ronald Daniels (born 1942 or 1943) was a third-party candidate (Peace and Freedom Party) for President of the United States in the 1992 U.S. presidential election in California. His running mate was Asiba Tupahache. He was on the ballot in Iowa and Utah as the candidate of his own Campaign for a New Tomorrow Party, the Labour & Farm Party of Wisconsin, write-ins as North Central Citizens’ League/Progressive Party-1924, CCRPP, or independent in Minnesota, North Dakota, and Michigan as well as some in Iowa and Wisconsin, and in New Jersey as the Independent Party.
Lenora Fulani – New Alliance Party Presidential Nominee – 1988, 1992
Dr. Lenora Fulani became the first woman and first African American to appear on the ballot in all fifty states and the District of Columbia. With her poll standings never high enough for participation in televised debates, she won 225,000 votes, or 0.2% of the November total. Although infinitesimal, this was the highest number of votes for a female presidential candidate in a general election.
Dennis Serrette – New Alliance Party Nominee – 1984
Dennis L. Serrette, born in Harlem, New York in the 1940s, was the New Alliance Party candidate for United States President in the 1984 presidential election. His running mate was Nancy Ross.
Mr. Serrette has been a union activist since 1964. In 1972 he became a founding member of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists. He was also a vice president of a local of the Communication Workers of America and is currently the CWA’s Education Specialist. At present, he is also the president of the United Association for Labor Education.
Larry Holmes – Worker’s World Party Presidential Nominee – 1984, 1988
Larry Holmes was the highest official of the Workers World Party, holding the position of First Secretary, and a member of the party Secretariat. He founded the Millions for Mumia movement, which seeks the release of Mumia Abu-Jamal, and co-founded the anti-war movement International ANSWER. He was a strong supporter of Immigrants Rights, and Black and Brown Unity.
He twice ran for President of the United States on the Workers World Party (WWP) ticket, in 1984 and 1988. He was the Vice Presidential candidate of the WWP in 1992.