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When did a minor party last poll 5% for governor?[1]
State Candidate Party Year Percent
Alabama John Logan Cashin National Democratic 1970 14.70%
Alaska Walter J. Hickel Alaskan Independence 1990 38.90%
Arizona Sam Steiger Libertarian 1982 5.10%
Arkansas Walter Carruth American 1970 5.90%
California Peter Camejo Green 2002 5.30%
Colorado Tom Tancredo Constitution 2010 36.40%
Connecticut Lowell Weicker A Connecticut Party 1990 40.40%
Delaware Isaac Dolphus Short Independent Republican Party 1936 6.60%
Florida Sidney J. Catts Prohibition 1916 47.70%
Georgia James K. Hines People's 1902 5.50%
Hawaii Frank F. Fasi Best 1994 30.70%
Idaho W. Scott Hall Progressive 1926 28.40%
Illinois Richard Whitney Green 2006 10.40%
Indiana Albert J. Beveridge Progressive 1912 26.00%
Iowa John L. Stevens Progressive 1912 15.60%
Kansas Henry J. Allen Progressive 1914 15.90%
Kentucky Gatewood Galbraith Reform 1999 15.40%
Louisiana John M. Parker Progressive 1916 37.20%
Maine Patricia LaMarche Green 2006 9.60%
Maryland Thomas Holiday Hicks American 1857 54.90%
Massachusetts Frank A. Goodwin Equal Tax 1934 6.40%
Michigan Henry R. Pattengill Progressive 1914 8.30%
Minnesota Tom Horner Independence 2010 11.90%
Mississippi J. T. Lester Socialist 1915 7.40%
Missouri Albert D. Nortoni Progressive 1912 15.60%
Montana Frank J. Edwards Farmer-Labor 1924 6.10%
Nebraska Dan Butler Progressive 1924 7.90%
Nevada James Ray Houston Independent American 1974 15.50%
New Hampshire Meldrim Thomson American 1970 9.90%
New Jersey Everett Colby Progressive 1913 11.00%
New Mexico David E. Bacon Green 2002 5.50%
New York Carl Paladino Conservative[2] 2010 5.00%
North Carolina Iredell Meares Progressive 1912 20.40%
North Dakota Alvin C. Strutz Independent Republican Party 1944 18.80%
Ohio James R. Garfield Progressive 1914 5.40%
Oklahoma Fred W. Holt Socialist 1914 20.80%
Oregon W. J. Smith Socialist 1914 5.80%
Pennsylvania Peg Luksik Constitution 1998 10.40%
Rhode Island Ken Block Moderate 2010 6.50%
South Carolina Sampson Pope People's 1894 30.40%
South Dakota Tom Ayres Farmer-Labor 1926 6.50%
Tennessee A. L. Mims People's 1894 9.90%
Texas Ramsey Muniz La Raza Unida 1974 5.60%
Utah Merrill Cook Independent Party 1992 33.50%
Vermont Anthony Pollina Progressive 2008 21.90%
Virginia Rob Sarvis Libertarian 2013 6.50%
Washington Vick Gould Taxpayer's 1972 5.90%
West Virginia Walter B. Hilton Socialist 1912 5.60%
Wisconsin Ed Thompson Libertarian 2002 10.50%
Wyoming Lewis C. Tidball People's 1894 11.30%
  1. Ballot Access News, "December 2013 Ballot Access News Print Edition," December 31, 2013
  2. Paladino also appeared on the Republican and T.E.A. (Tax Enough Already) party lines. New York's fusion voting laws allow candidates to qualify for the ballot on multiple party tickets.