Daily Archives: December 10, 2015

Working Families Party Endorses Bernie Sanders


From Mark Wachtler at Opposition News:

For years, the Working Families Party has swayed between an opposition political party and an establishment political organization. At first glance, those efforts seem to contradict each other. But their strategy has paid off in recent years and they are applying it once again in the 2016 Presidential race. Instead of running a candidate of their own, the WFP has officially endorsed independent US Senator Bernie Sanders in the Democratic Primary. Continue reading

Texas Reform Party Notifies Secretary of State that it Intends to Try to Qualify in 2016


From Richard Winger at Ballot Access News:

Texas has a unique law that says if a group intends to qualify as a political party, it must notify the Secretary of State by January 2 of the election year. The Reform Party of Texas recently filed this notice.


Updates on Austin Petersen’s Libertarian presidential campaign

Austin Petersen

In the following December 8th video, Austin Petersen discusses his military and defense plans: Continue reading

Updates on Green Party presidential candidates Jill Stein, Bill Kreml and Darryl Cherney

From Green Party Watch:

Stein discusses women in politics on RT, addresses San Bernadino shootings

steinrtGreen Party presidential candidate Jill Stein appeared on Tuesday evening‘s edition of RT’s “Watching the Hawks” to discuss how women are scrutinized and objectified in American politics. The interview starts about 14 minutes into the program. Continue reading

Constitution Party of Florida: Three presidential candidates to speak at upcoming state meeting

The following media release was posted on the Constitution Party’s Facebook page:

Lp.org: Ds and Rs cement No Child Left Behind while claiming eased regulations

Press release from Lp.org, published December 10, 2015:

A CBP officer inspecting a car (photo)

Lamar Alexander

Today President Barack Obama signed into law the latest in the federal government’s long string of education mandates, this time a bill dubbed the “Every Student Succeeds Act.” The Democrat- and Republican-supported bill is 1,061 pages long and was finalized only two days before the U.S. House vote, a virtual guarantee that it is loaded with pork and hidden federal controls. Continue reading