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how many candidates showed up on the 2004 ballot??

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  1. Thousands of candidates were on the U.S. ballots in 2004. These included city, county, state, and national offices.

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  2. In state!!

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  3. What state? There were still hundreds of candidates on each state's ballot.

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  4. Teh most!!

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  5. Are you perhaps asking about the number of U.S. presidential candidates were on the 2004 ballot?

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