When Iowans vote this November, they’ll have nine presidential candidates from which to choose. The two major party candidates are Democrat Barack Obama and Republican John McCain.
There are seven other parties that have met the requirements to have their presidential candidates’ names on the Iowa ballot as well. Two are from Georgia. Former Georgia Congressman Bob Barr is the Libertarian Party’s candidate for president. Former Georgia Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney is the Green Party’s presidential nominee.
The other presidential candidates on the Iowa ballot are Chuck Baldwin from the Constitution Party; Gloria La Riva from the Party for Socialism and Liberation; Brian Moore for the Socialist Party and James Harris for the Socialist Workers Party.
Finally, perennial candidate Ralph Nader is running under the Peace and Freedom Party banner in Iowa in 2008.