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LaRouche: Votes for LaRouche et al. (or the power of the "infinitesimals")

"You have a principle in which the apparent infinitesimal is the most powerful force in the universe"

Source:"New BAE Dossier To Appear"; Lyndon LaRouche, Jr.; Morning Briefing; June 24, 2007.


U.S. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS
1976
Lyndon LaRouche & R. Wayne EvansUnited States Labor Party40,018 votes (3)0.05% (4)(2)
1980
Democratic Presidential Primary Results:177,784 votes (*)0.91% (1)(5)
1984
Lyndon LaRouche & Billy DavisIndependent78,809 votes (7)0.09% (6)
1988
Lyndon LaRouche & Debra FreemanNat'l Econ. Rec.25,562 votes (9)0.03% (8)
1992
Lyndon LaRouche & James BevelEconomic Recovery26,289 votes (11)0.03% (10)
1996 (**)
Democratic Presidential Primary Results:496,423 votes (*)4.55% (1)(12)
2000
Democratic Presidential Primary Results:314,196 votes (*)2.22% (13)(14)
2004
Democratic Presidential Primary Results:104,801 votes (*)0.65% (15)

OTHER LAROUCHE AFFILIATES:

EUROPE

GERMANY:

Various names:
1974-86: “Europäische Arbeiter-Partei” (EAP, European Labor Party)
1986-92: "Patrioten für Deutschland" (PFD, Patriots for Germany)
1992: "Bürgerrechtsbewegung Solidarität" (BüSo, Civil Rights Movement - Solidarity)

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Federal/Parliament elections (Bundestag):

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Regional elections (Landtag) :

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FRANCE:

Various names:
1974-89: Parti Ouvrier Européen (POE, European Labor Party)
1989-91: Rassemblement pour une France Libre (RFL, Union for a Free France)
1991-96: Fédération pour une Nouvelle Solidarité (FNS, Federation for a New Solidarity)
29 February 1996: Solidarité et Progrès (S&P PDF in French, Solidarity and Progress)

European elections:

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Presidential elections:

Cartoons on Cheminade during his 2012 presidential elections.

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Note: this is probably the highest result of Cheminade's political career yet the worst result t french presidential election since 1974
Source: ELECTIONS PRESIDENTIELLES 1974 at www.roi-president.com ( in French)

Parliamentary (legislative) elections :

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ITALY:

The Partito Operaio Europeo (POE)

Parliamentary elections (Camera dei Deputati) :

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SWEDEN:

EAP
The EAP was created in 1975 and had its best election in 1985 when they received 369 votes.

In the '90s, the party kept a relatively low profile, but it has resurfaced in the early 21st century and ran for national parliament and the local assembly of Botkyrka in the Swedish election in September 2006.The party only received 83 votes (0.0015%) in the election for the national parliament, and 64 votes (0.16%) in the local election in Botkyrka.

Source: European Workers Party at en.wikipedia.org


AUSTRALIA:

At the 2001 federal election, CEC candidates polled extremely low totals; for example, in the New South Wales Senate elections, the CEC ticket polled 2,370 votes out of 3.8 million votes cast.

Australian Electoral Commission records indicate that the CEC has successfully raised several million dollars since 2001.

Despite this fundraising, the CEC polled extremely low totals again in 2004. The day after the election preliminary figures showed that the CEC had 34,177 votes, or 0.35 percent of the national vote, in the House of Representatives. Out of the 95 electorates in which they were represented, the CEC came last in 80 electorates.
House of Representatives: 42,349 (0.36%)
Senate: 24,663 (0.21%)
From http://results.aec.gov.au/12246/pdf/NationalResults.pdf

At the 2007 federal election, the CEC's previous form continued. The number of first preference votes in the lower house was 27,879 (0.22 percent), and 8,677 (0.07 percent) in the upper house, both results were 0.14 percent down from 2004.

Source: Citizens Electoral Council at en.wikipedia.org

SUMMARY :


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(*) popular vote
(**) His results at the Democratic Primaries against Bill Clinton awarded him with a mention in the Simpsons series
1. Lyndon LaRouche U.S. Presidential campaigns at en.wikipedia.org
2. 1976 Source: Presidential General Election Results at uselectionatlas.org
Alabama: 1 vote; Colorado:565, 0.1 per cent; Connecticut: 1,789, 0.1; Delaware: 136, 0.1, District of Columbia: 157, 0.1; Georgia’: 1; Idaho: 739, 0.2, Illinois: 2,018, Indiana: 1,947, 0.1; Iowa: 241, Kentucky: 510, Maryland’: 21; Massachusetts: 4,922, 0.2; Michigan: 1,366; Minnesota: 543; New Hampshire: 186, 0.1; New Jersey: 1,650, 0.1, New Mexico’: 1; New York: 5,413, 0.1; North Carolina: 755, North Dakota: 142, Ohio: 435, 0.1: Pennsylvania: 2,744, 0.1; South Carolina’: 2; Tennessee: 512; Vermont: 196, 0.1; Virginia: 7,508, 0.4; Washington: 903, 0.1; Wisconsin: 738. Totals: 40041; 0.05%. From CONGRESSIONAL QUARTERLY’S Guide to 1976 Elections (July 1977)
3. 1976 Popular Votes for Lyndon LaRouche Jr.: 11,983 at statemaster.com
4. Source: Lyndon LaRouche U.S. Presidential campaigns at en.wikipedia.org : 40,043 votes
5. Democratic Party (United States) presidential primaries, 1980 at en.wikipedia.org
6. 1984 Presidential General Election Results at uselectionatlas.org
7. 1984 Popular Votes for Lyndon LaRouche Jr.: 44,820 at statemaster.com
8. 1988 at nytimes.com: 25,082 votes.
9. 1988 Popular Votes for Lyndon LaRouche Jr.: 5,717 at statemaster.com
10. 1992 Presidential General Election Results at uselectionatlas.org
11. 1992 Popular Votes for Lyndon LaRouche Jr.: 11,937 at statemaster.com
12. Democratic Party (United States) presidential primaries, 1996 at en.wikipedia.org : 596,422 votes 5.47%
13. http://uselectionatlas.org/RESULTS/index.html at uselectionatlas.org
14. http://www.thegreenpapers.com/PCC/Tabul.html at thegreenpapers.com: 306,772 (2%)
15. http://uselectionatlas.org/RESULTS/index.html at uselectionatlas.org

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