Archive for September, 2007

Spotlight on Steve Porter

Friday, September 7th, 2007

Here’s a little update from my backyard. Steve Porter is an announce candidate for 3rd district of Pennsylvania, which is Erie and a few surrounding counties. Steve is running as a Green/Independent, which I’m assuming means he’s an independent with the backing of the Green Party. Here’s a little snipit.

IT IS TIME to support Dr. [...]

Perot Campaign Video Clips

Friday, September 7th, 2007

It’s Friday and there’s not that much going on, so here are a few clips from YouTube that I came across somewhat by accident. They relate to the 1992 Perot for President campaign.

The first is a tiny snip from one of Perot’s network TV infomercials:

The second is stand-up comedy from Dennis Miller, who [...]

Missouri LP Picks Webster for Special Election

Thursday, September 6th, 2007

The Missouri Libertarian Party has nominated George Webster to take another shot at a State House seat. Webster was the party’s nominee in the 158th District last year and captured just under 3% of the vote.

Since last November’s election, the incumbent has been forced to resign amid fraud charges. So the climate for [...]

A Party for Independent Americans

Thursday, September 6th, 2007

All Independent American Party members and friends are invited to attend:

Independent American Party State Central Committee Meeting

Saturday: September 15, 8:30am-5pm

Tonopah Convention Center, Tonopah, Nevada

Agenda Includes:

Plans for 2008 State Candidate Nominating Convention

National Speakers, Location, Candidate Recruitment, Advertising, Auction,

Fun, and Fellowship.

Cost: $25 per person and $40 a couple, Lunch included.

You will be receiving further information by email [...]

Palestine Chronicle editorial on the Green Party">Palestine Chronicle editorial on the Green Party

Thursday, September 6th, 2007

The Greens like to tell us how much they hate corporate crooks, yet with Huckelberry they have emulated the very worst of corporate America by promoting an insider who was partly responsible for a major tactical failure in 2004.

In any normal business setting, a manager who is responsible for lost revenues, customer depreciation, and closing [...]

Kevin Thompson on television tonight

Thursday, September 6th, 2007

Constitution Party of Massachusetts congressional candidate Kevin Thompson will be appearing on the Chet Curtis Report this evening, September 6, at 8:00pm. You can watch this program on the New England Cable News Network. The streaming video will be posted on the website as well.

Source: Kevin Thompson for Congress

New Yorkers aren’t buying what both Parties are selling

Thursday, September 6th, 2007

The Constitution Party, the largest third party based on voter registration (Ballot Access News), announces the formation of the New York State Constitution Party, calling attention to a recent poll which reveals overwhelming voter dissatisfaction with the two parties currently controlling government.

67% of registered voters surveyed voiced unhappiness with the political status quo [...]

Prayer request from the Constitution Party of Oregon

Wednesday, September 5th, 2007

Rick Hake, Jackson County Chairman of the Constitution Party of Oregon will be having a surgery in Portland this Thursday, Sept. 6th and is expected to be released Sept. 10th from the hospital. Will you please remember him in your prayers? Pray for the Lord’s protection on Rick and a quick healing.

Also, please [...]

Minor Party Ballot Access Compared

Wednesday, September 5th, 2007

Richard Winger over at Ballot Access News has taken a look at where the minor parties currently stand as opposed to four years ago in terms of ballot status.

The United States currently has only three minor parties that regularly appear on ballots in states containing a majority of electoral votes, in presidential elections. Those three [...]

Kevin Thompson secures ballot-access in Massachusetts

Wednesday, September 5th, 2007

As of this morning, September 4, 2007, Constitution Candidate Kevin Thompson has earned his place on the ballot in the Massachusetts fifth district race for Congress. Thompson handed in to the Secretary of State’s office close to 2700 hundred confirmed signatures, well surpassing the needed 2,000. He will be listed on the ballot with the [...]

Constitution Party of New York chairman to speak at Constitution Day ceremonies in Albany

Tuesday, September 4th, 2007

Our party chairman, Burr Deitz, is scheduled to be the keynote speaker at Constitution Day at SUNY Albany. Burr will be speaking on Monday, September 17th at approximately 3 PM at the Learning Center in the center of campus. The event will take place both inside and outside of the building. We [...]

200 Delegates Were Not Denied Entry

Sunday, September 2nd, 2007

To those third party members that are supporting Ron Paul, please don’t believe everything you read about 200 delegates being denied access to vote in this past weekend’s GOP Straw Poll. There were about eight delegates who arrived late Saturday - after the registration time had ended. Knowing that most third partyers are conspiracy theorists [...]

Ron Paul Places 3rd in Texas

Sunday, September 2nd, 2007

There’s a lot of controversy floating around the Internet right now about GOP delegates being denied access to the Straw Poll yesterday, but just in case folks missed it, here are the results of the Straw Poll:

There were dozens of Libertarian Party activists, some even shouting “Vote Libertarian” (bad, bad idea to do that), but [...]

Republican representative pressures Voice of the People to uninvite Constitution Party of Pennsylvania chairman from immigration rally

Saturday, September 1st, 2007

Representative Daryl Metcalfe® of District 12 in Butler County denied a constituent Mr. Hagan Smith Chairman of the Constitution Party of PA his Right of Free Speech at a Rally in Harrisburg. Mr. Smith and Rep. Metcalfe were scheduled to speak at the Rally held by the group Voice of the People USA on [...]

Padraig Lynch running for Durango School Board in Colorado

Saturday, September 1st, 2007

Five seats on the Durango School District 9-R board of directors are up for election in November, but only one will be contested by multiple candidates.

State Patrol trooper Mark Dold and former welding teacher Padraig Lynch will battle it out for the District A seat, a four-year term. Incumbent Bruce Anderson picked up a petition [...]