The new totals for Nader, Barr, Baldwin and McKinney reflect changes (since the last totals were posted a week ago) in Alabama, California, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon, Utah, and Washington.
Special thanks to Michael Jose for getting the write-in votes for the declared write-in candidates in Maine. The only three declared write-ins in Maine were Bob Barr (251 write-ins), Chuck Baldwin (177 write-ins) and Jonathan Allen (3 write-ins). Maine totals these three numbers on its official election returns web page, yet refuses to break them down in those official returns. Yet Maine does know how many each of the three candidates got, and does send that information to the National Archives. Michael Jose discovered this “hidden” tabulation.
The biggest boost in votes yet to come will probably be in California,
Illinois, New York, and Pennsylvania, since those four populous states don’t have their official returns known yet. No write-ins from those four states are included so far. Some counties in California have reported write-ins, but those fragmentary returns are not included yet.
When all the states have their official totals, the results for all 23 presidential candidates who were on the ballot in at least one state will be posted.