The Independence Party of New York cross-endorsed 99 Republican nominees for U.S. House and state legislature in 2012. It only cross-endorsed 46 Democratic nominees. It only had 6 nominees for U.S. House and legislature combined who weren’t major party nominees.
This is in contrast to the Independence Party’s behavior in 1996, when it was the New York state unit of the Reform Party and nominated Ross Perot for President. In 1996, for U.S. House and legislature together, it cross-endorsed 57 Democrats, and 39 Republicans, and had 47 nominees who weren’t major party nominees.
In 2012, the Independence Party did cross-endorse the Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate, but that was not a close race. By contrast, many New York legislative races, and a few U.S. House races, were very close, so the Independence Party nomination in those close races was important. The Independence Party ran no presidential nominee in 2012.