This question is about the electoral college.
From what I understand, the way the electoral college works is that each party appoints electors for their party, based on state-specific rules that prohibit members of congress from being appointed. Then, based on which candidate receives more votes on election day in a given state, the corresponding party's electors for that state are allowed to cast their votes, which are expected to align with the party they were appointed by.
So, with that said, how does it work with regard to independent candidates, registered write-in candidates, and third parties? Does the Libertarian Party, Green Party, etc. also name electors for every state in which their candidate is on the ballot? If a registered write-in candidate like Roseanne Barr were to win a state, does she also have a slate of appointed electors ready to cast their electoral votes in that state?