The Socialist Workers Party is running Roger Calero for president. The party has already submitted its petition for president in New Jersey. The New Jersey deadline is not until July 28, and no other minor party or independent presidential petitions have been submitted yet in New Jersey.
The SWP also expects to be on in Delaware for the first time in its history. It gathered the necessary registered members in 2004 to be on the ballot, but they were not gathered until too late to be on the 2004 ballot. Delaware requires a party to have 284 registered members in order to be on the ballot; there is no petition.
The SWP is also petitioning for president now in Washington, and will pay the $500 filing fee in Colorado and Louisiana. Other states in which petitioning may be carried out are Iowa, Minnesota, Mississippi, Rhode Island, Vermont and Wisconsin.