|The candidates bring different experiences, abilities, temperaments, philosophies and leadership styles to the campaign. Their campaign organizations present these qualities to the voters with varying degrees of success.|
George W. Bush (TX) and Vice President Dick Cheney (WY): Bush-Cheney
'04, Inc., The White House,
Green: David Cobb (CA) and Pat LaMarche
Socialist Workers Party: "Róger Calero, 35, is the associate editor of the Spanish-language magazine Perspectiva Mundial and a staff writer for the Militant. He lives in Newark, New Jersey. Calero has lived in the United States since 1985, when his family moved from Nicaragua to Los Angeles. Arrin Hawkins, 29, is a garment worker in New York. She was the Socialist Workers Party candidate for lieutenant governor of New York in 2002." >>
Socialist Equality Party:
In January 2004 the Socialist Equality Party announced
Bill Van Auken for president and Jim Lawrence for vice president.
"Bill Van Auken, 54, is a full-time writer for the World Socialist Web
Site. He lives in New York City. Jim Lawrence, 65, is a retired auto
worker, who worked at General Motors plants in the Dayton, Ohio, area for
The Natural Law Party which ran Dr. John
Hagelin in 1996 and 2000, closed its national headquarters in April 2004.
Hagelin backed Democratic candidate Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) in the primaries.
Some Greens advanced former Georgia Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney (D) as a possible presidential candidate, but she ruled it out.
more individuals who you've probably never heard of at presented themselves
as candidates or were advanced as possible candidates.