Theoretically speaking, there was only one person in the entire world who couldn't beat Hillary Clinton, and somehow we found him. As a Libertarian, I should be happy in the fact that it is a great opportunity for my party to gain some ground, except we (collectively, I wasn't on board) found the one used car salesman that no Libertarian in their right mind could take seriously. Hell Gary Johnson sounds a lot like Bernie Sanders, and I assure you, no actual Libertarian sounds like Bernie Sanders. Of course there is Whatsername from the Green Party, but only a few die-hards are going to vote for her when they close the curtain behind them, and can pull the lever for Hillary. They will then put on their "Don't Blame Me I Voted for Jill Stein" buttons. Chances are pretty good that you'll meet more people in your home town who voted for Jill Stein than what the polls said voted for her nationwide.
The amazing thing here is that all of the Vice Presidential candidates are more popular than the actual candidates. A Tim Kaine, Mike Pence, Bill Weld, and Whatshername's Runningmate match-up would have people energized to vote for instead of vote against. Now everyone seems concerned about the down-ballot, because none of these candidates have the kind of legs to get the senators, representatives, governors etc elected. Here in New Hampshire (where either party is always a crap shoot) the advertising campaigns are starting to get insane. I watched almost every available piece of advertising space on the first home game with Tom Brady (trust me, adspace was very expensive) go completely to the two senatorial candidates smearing each other. I have no desire to vote for either of those idiots either.
In my opinion this really is the best year yet for an organized write in campaign. Seriously could you picture the mainstream news reporters having to say, "and Deez Nuts managed to get 10% of the vote in Minnesota?" It could be the first time that we could solve a much bigger dilemma than which socialist gets to finally destroy America, but an issue that effects all of us deeply, which comic book super heroes can get the most votes, Marvel or DC? Then again if I learned anything in this election cycle it has to be that people dressed up like clowns are being banned all across America, and people acting like clowns are going to be running it.