RT America on Dec 28, 2015
The US presidential elections are just around the corner, the great fight for the seat of power. However, while Democrats and Republicans are all over the mainstream media, there are still those candidates who are forced out of the debate. The so-called “third parties” – what do they have to propose for the American people? Why is their agenda so scary for the Dems and GOPs that they try hard not to let their voice be heard? Today, we ask the US presidential candidate from the Green Party. Jill Stein is on Sophie&Co.
Yesterday, ATPR reported that David Earl Williams III, a 2014 failed Republican primary candidate for Illinois’ 9th congressional district (he received 47.6% of the vote against a candidate who was later disavowed by the GOP for her controversial views) and (as of yesterday) current Republican candidate for the 2016 primary nomination, announced that he would run as an independent if kicked off the GOP primary ballot. Today, Williams III posted the following on his Facebook page: Continue reading
December 26, 2015, Bloomberg News (via Ballot Access News)
When Jim Webb quit the Democratic presidential race on Oct. 20 amid low poll numbers and a minimal debate presence, the former Virginia senator left open the possibility he’d return for a White House run in a different political guise. Now he appears to be edging closer to making good on it. Continue reading