2.1 Nominees 2.2 Withdrawn candidates 3 Republican Party Toggle Republican Party subsection 3.1 Withdrawn candidates 4 Major third parties Toggle Major third parties subsection 4.1 Libertarian Party 4.1.1 Nominees 4.1.2 Withdrawn candidates 4.2 Constitution Party 4.2.1 Nominees 4.3 Green Party 4.3.1 Nominees 4.3.2 Other active candidates
2.2.2Nominees 2.2.3Candidates 2.2.4Vice presidential selection 2.3Minor parties and independents 2.3.1Libertarian Party 2.3.2Green Party 2.3.3Constitution Party 2.3.4Independent 2.3.5Other nominations 3General election campaign 3.1Beliefs and policies of candidates 3.2Media coverage 3.3Controversies 3.4Ballot access 3.5Party conventions
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