Independent Party of Delaware

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The Independent Party of Delaware is a political party in the State of Delaware, United States.

In 2000 the party ran Floyd Mcdowell Sr. for governor. He received 3,271 votes, making 1.1% of the total vote [1]. In 2002 Maurice Barros, running for U.S. Senate, received 996 votes, for 0.4% of the total vote. In 2004, the party, along with the Libertarian Party, nominated Frank Infante for governor. Infante received 10,753 votes on the Independent Party line (2.9% of vote), and 1,450 votes (0.4%) on the Libertarian Party ballot line.

In 2006, Karen M. Hartley-Nagle, running for Delaware's lone congressional seat, received 5,769 votes for 2.2% of the total vote.

In 2004, the party gave its ballot line to the independent presidential campaign of Ralph Nader; he received 2,152 votes for 0.6% of the total vote in Delaware. [2]

In 2008, the party again gave its ballot line to the independent presidential campaign of Ralph Nader; he received 2,401 votes.

In 2012, the party ran Alex Pires for the US Senate. He received 15,300 votes, or 3.83%. The party also ran 4 candidates for the state legislature. One candidate for State Senate, running in a district with no major party opposition, received 20.1% of the vote.

In 2016, the party endorsed Republican Party presidential nominee Donald Trump for President.[1]

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  1. ^ "Del. independent party endorses Trump". WMDT.com. 30 May 2016. Retrieved 8 September 2016. 

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