The National Constitution Party sends this along. Underscores are in the original.
The Fall 2010 National and Executive Committee meetings of the Constitution Party will be held Friday, November 12th and Saturday, November 13th at the Sheraton Fort Worth Hotel, 1701 Commerce Street, Fort Worth, TX 76102.The Executive Committee will meet the morning of Friday, November 12th starting no earlier than 8:15am and ending no later than 1pm.… Read more ...
A listing of candidates filed, with amount of pages filed, can be found at the NY State Board of Elections web-site: here.
E-mail from Redlich campaign 3:04pm:
Warren Redlich filed 34,000 signatures at 10 am this morning as the Libertarian candidate for Governor. He credited a “tremendous group of volunteers” for their efforts in organizing and conducting the petition drive, as well as the LPNY leadership and the Libertarian National Committee for their support and hard work.
from a Davis for Governor press release
August 17, 2010
Ex-Madam files for Governor of Empire State
Kristin Davis, the ex-Madam who supplied call-girls for Eliot Spitzer when he was both Attorney General and Governor, filed 22,000 voter signatures to secure a place on the ballot as an independent candidate for Governor with the New York State Board of Elections as the candidate of the Anti-Prohibition Party.
In New York state, a third party without automatic ballot status is actually an independent political body.
The deadline to file independent nominating petitions for statewide office for the 2010 elections in New York was today. You can find a link to the official count: here. So far, the NYS Board of Elections has seven candidates listed as having filed petitions for Governor:
How well is John Monds, Libertarian candidate for Governor of Georgia, polling? While I think it is an unjustified leap to assume he is polling at 15% -20% as this article speculates, the author makes a good point. Why are the polling percentages of all the candidates in a Republican or Democrat primary generally reported even if some are polling in the low single digits, but third party results in a general election poll are often not reported at all?… Read more ...