Statesman Journal: Third Party Candidates Take Stage in Governor’s Debate

(The following was originally published in the Statesman Journal.) Three third party candidates running to be Oregon's governor got their first chance to share their ideas with an audience Saturday. Aaron Auer, of the Constitution Party; Chris Henry, the Progressive Party candidate; and Jason Levin, from the Pacific Green Party, joined Republican Rep. Dennis Richardson and … Continue reading Statesman Journal: Third Party Candidates Take Stage in Governor’s Debate

Green Party Watch: Green Party Trailblazer Keiko Bonk Running for Hawaii State Representative

(The following was originally published in Green Party Watch.) Keiko Bonk, co-founder of the Hawaii Green Party and the first Green elected to partisan office in the United States (Hawaii County Council 1992), is running for Hawaii State House in District 20. Bonk ran a strong campaign for the same office in 2012, in a race … Continue reading Green Party Watch: Green Party Trailblazer Keiko Bonk Running for Hawaii State Representative

LPLAC Registers as California “Recipient Committee”

(The following was originally published on the LPLAC website.) Yesterday, under the direction of LPLAC’s Executive Committee, I mailed papers (Form 410) to the California Secretary of State, registering LPLAC as a “Recipient Committee” under California law.  Registration is required for political organizations that receive $1000 or more in a given year or contribute $500 or … Continue reading LPLAC Registers as California “Recipient Committee”

The Gazette: Green Party Gubernatorial Candidate Visits Colorado Springs

(The following was originally published in The Gazette.) If it were up to Green Party gubernatorial candidate Harry Hempy, cities and counties would have the choice to raise their minimum wages individually, the best way for Colorado communities to keep up with the rising cost of living. Hempy, a retired IBM computer scientist with a career … Continue reading The Gazette: Green Party Gubernatorial Candidate Visits Colorado Springs

LRN: Adrian Wyllie: “I’m More Than a Spoiler in Governor’s Race”

(The following was originally published on LRN.) The Libertarian candidate for governor of Florida is getting some attention in a race where there's little excitement about the front-runners. Adrian Wyllie is former chairman of the Libertarian Party of Florida and a former syndicated radio host. Aside from campaigning, he owns an IT consulting firm. Wyllie may … Continue reading LRN: Adrian Wyllie: “I’m More Than a Spoiler in Governor’s Race”

Zack Strong: The Urgent Need to Prepare

SEPTEMBER 25, 2014 Posted by: KELLY GNEITING   Reddit   Posted at the Independent American Party (IAP) website: Zack Strong is the Issues Committee Coordinator in the IAP In the parable of the Ten Virgins told by our Lord, we are taught the virtue of being prepared. The parable is focused primarily on spiritual matters, but the temporal applications … Continue reading Zack Strong: The Urgent Need to Prepare

American Freedom Party: Multiculturalism Has Been A Failure

Posted on the American Freedom Party website:  Web Team | September 21, 2014 | Comments (1) By Walter Williams | German Chancellor Angela Merkel declared that in Germany, multiculturalism has “utterly failed.” Both Australia’s ex-prime minister John Howard and Spain’s ex-prime minister Jose Maria Aznar reached the same conclusion about multiculturalism in their countries. British … Continue reading American Freedom Party: Multiculturalism Has Been A Failure

Socialist Alternative: What is the Way Forward for the Environmental Movement?

(The following was originally published on the Socialist Alternative website.)   Upwards of 400,000 people participated in the People’s Climate March in New York City on Sunday. Billed as the largest climate change march in U.S. history, it far surpassed organizers’ original estimate of a 100,000 person turnout. The march was not only massive in … Continue reading Socialist Alternative: What is the Way Forward for the Environmental Movement?

Modern Whig Party Granted Ballot Access in Kentucky

(The following was originally published in the Modern Whig Party Facebook Group.) "A phenomenal thing happened this week in Kentucky. The Modern Whig Party of Kentucky was granted Ballot Access! We join very few parties to have such luck, and we were the fastest to receive it - which makes since - as Kentucky is the … Continue reading Modern Whig Party Granted Ballot Access in Kentucky

WSAV: SC’s Newest Third Party Launches Ballot Initiative

(The following was originally published in WSAV.) By SEANNA ADCOX Associated Press COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - South Carolina's newest political party is launching an initiative to allow voters to recall politicians who violate the public's trust, whether through illegal activity or embarrassing the state. American Party Chairman Jim Rex said Thursday it's time to give voters … Continue reading WSAV: SC’s Newest Third Party Launches Ballot Initiative