Constitution Party: In the past month, the Constitution Party has gained ballot access in Alabama, Louisiana, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, and Virginia, and has filed as a write-in in Arizona, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania. The Constitution Party has lost ballot access in Oregon. They are currently on the ballot in 26 states for 257 potential electoral votes, and has write-in status in 15 more states plus DC for 232 potential electoral votes. The establishment media continues to opine that Virgil Goode may cost Republican nominee Mitt Romney a few percentage points in Virginia, which could swing the state, and the entire election, in favor of President Obama.
Green Party: In the past month, the Green Party has gained ballot access in Alabama, Kentucky, Nebraska, Rhode Island, and Virginia, and has filed as a write-in in Connecticut and New Hampshire. The Green Party has lost ballot access in Montana and write-in status in Nevada and North Carolina. They are currently on the ballot in 36 states plus DC for 444 potential electoral votes, and has write-in status in five more states for 48 potential electoral votes. Recently, Jill Stein has been campaigning in several states, including California, Oregon, and Wisconsin.
Libertarian Party: In the past month, the Libertarian Party has gained ballot access in Alabama, Connecticut, Kentucky, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Virginia, and Washington DC. Gary Johnson will be counted as a write-in in Michigan. Litigation and challenges are still ongoing in Oklahoma and Pennsylvania, respectively. They are currently on the ballot in 47 states plus DC for 495 potential electoral votes, with write-in status in one more state for 16 electoral votes. If the LP is successful, Johnson will be the first third party candidate with universal ballot access since Libertarian candidate Harry Browne accomplished the feat in 1996. Johnson and his running mate Jim Gray have been fighting the CPD for refusing to include him in the debates, as well as fighting the Federal Election Commission for withholding matching funds. The establishment media has been ignoring these efforts, as usual. Polls have shown the Johnson campaign having unusual staying power for a third party candidate, and even surging in Ohio.
Combined: If the Johnson/Gray lawsuit against the CPD is successful, then both the Libertarian and Green presidential tickets would need to be included in the debates for the debates to move forward. The Constitution Party ticket might or might not have to be included, as it only has enough ballot access to have a mathematical chance of winning the election if write-in states are counted.