BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho's ballot for the presidential election has been finalized, and six contenders made the ticket. The Spokesman-Review reports that Democratic incumbent, President Barack Obama, and Republican challenger Mitt Romney are joined by four lesser-known candidates. Rocky Anderson, the former two-term mayor of Salt Lake City, is listed as an Independent because Idaho doesn't give ballot status to the Justice Party. Idaho also doesn't give ballot status to the Green Party, so Jill Stein, a doctor and environmental health advocate, is also running as an independent. Virgil H. Goode Jr., a former congressman from Virginia, is running as the Constitution Party candidate. And Gary Johnson, a former two-term Republican governor of New Mexico, is running as the Libertarian candidate.