your list of candidates is very short....
guess who i voted for in 2000/2004/2008
INDEPENDENT; Main article: Ralph Nader presidential campaign, 2008
Consumer advocate, Write-in candidate in 1992, Green Party presidential nominee in 1996 and 2000, and 2004 independent candidate. Announced candidacy
February 24, 2008 on Meet the Press. Nader received 738,475 votes, the third highest total in the popular vote count.
LIBERTARIAN; Main article: Bob Barr presidential campaign, 2008
Former Congressman and U.S. Attorney from Georgia. Barr won the nomination of the Libertarian Party on May 25, 2008 at its 2008 National Convention,
in Denver, Colorado with 324 votes on the sixth
GREEN: Main article: Cynthia McKinney presidential campaign, 2008
Former Congresswoman from Georgia (1993-2003, 2005-2007). McKinney clinched the Green Party nomination on July 12, 2008 at its 2008 National
Convention in Chicago, IL with 324 delegates. McKinney also received the endorsement of the Workers World Party in July.  McKinney received
161,603 votes for 0.12% of the vote
Boston Tea Party
Charles Jay Jay was selected as the nominee of the Boston Tea Party at its online Convention held June 15-16, 2008. He was the 2004 Presidential
nominee of the Personal Choice Party, which also endorsed him in 2008. Jay received 2,422 votes.
New American Independent Party
Frank McEnulty President & Chief Financial Officer of Our Castle Homes from California. McEnulty won the New American Independent Party nomination in
March 2008. He simultaneously ran as the vice-presidential nominee of the Reform Party in states where the NAIP was unable to obtain ballot
status. McEnulty received 828 votes in Colorado the only state he was on the ballot. Wikinews has related news: Wikinews interviews Frank
McEnulty, independent candidate for US President
The Party for Socialism and Liberation
announced the La Riva "People Over Profits" campaign on January 17, 2008. La Riva received the nomination of the Peace & Freedom Party in
gubernatorial races in 1994 and 1998. She received 6,808 votes.
Gene Amondson Temperance lecturer, minister, artist, and 2004 Presidential Nominee. Nominated at the Prohibition Party National Convention held in
Indianapolis, Indiana, September 14, 2007. Amondson received 653 votes. Wikinews has related news: Wikinews interviews Gene Amondson, Prohibition
Party presidential nominee
Ted Weill Businessman, of Mississippi. Weill received the nomination of the Reform Party at its National Convention in Dallas, Texas on July 20,
2008. Weill received 481 votes.
Socialist Party USA
Main article: Brian Moore presidential campaign, 2008
Socialist Workers Party
Róger Calero Socialist Workers Party candidate for President of the United States in 2004 and 2008,