Tag Archives: Alaska

Alaskan Independence Party to Nominate No Candidates For First Time in History

IPR has learned from party insiders and activists that for the first time in the history of the Alaskan Independence Party, founded in 1974. The party is in a rebuilding process, but has no plans to hold a state convention this year and currently has no recognized party officers.

Some activists, party members, and officers have helped to found the Constitution Party of Alaska.… Read more ...

Alaskan Republican Legislator Goes Independent To Avoid Primary

There are a number of former or current legislators this year running as Independents after leaving the Republican or Democratic parties. This article concerns another one, a sitting Republican legislator, who is now running as an Independent.

Ketchikan Representative Kyle Johansen has dropped out of the August Republican primary race. But he plans to run as an independent candidate in the November general election.

Read more ...

Independent Mayor of Union City, CA, Runs for Assembly and Applies for Appointment

Mark Green is the Mayor of Union City, California, and is running as an Independent for the 20th District of the California Assembly. There are three Democrats and a Republican also running in the race. Green has also applied to, and become a finalist for, the appointment to the Alameda County Board of Supervisors.… Read more ...

Third Party Voter Registration Statistics in NV, CA, AK, and NY

Nevada’s most recent voter registration statistics were posted in October of 2011.

Green Party: 3,033 (0.27%)
Independent American Party: 51,535 (4.55%)
Libertarian Party: 7,111 (0.63%)
Non-Partisan: 181,960 (16.05%)
Other: 3,945 (0.35%)

 

California’s most recent voter registration statistics are from February 2011.

American Independent Party: 417,567 (2.43%)
Green Party: 113,118 (0.66%)
Libertarian Party: 92,246 (0.54%)
Peace and Freedom Party: 58,470 (0.34%)
Other: 121,019 (0.70%)
No Party Preference: 3,507,119 (20.41%)

 

Alaska’s most recent voter registration statistics are from

Alaskan Independence Party: 14,866 (3.01%)
Libertarian Party: 8,073 (1.64%)
Non-Partisan: 80, 833 (16.38%)
Undeclared: 183,045 (37.08%)
Constitution Party: 29 (.01%)
Green Party: 2,130 (0.43%)
Veterans Party: 1,427 (0.29%)

 

New York’s latest registration statistics were reported on November 1, 2011.… Read more ...

Root: The Strike – As Ayn Rand Predicted

As Ayn Rand Predicted, the Wealthy are Going on Strike Against Obama.

By Wayne Allyn Root, Former Libertarian Vice Presidential Nominee and creator of ROOTforAmerica.com

The U.S. economy is crumbling. Businesses are collapsing in record numbers. Jobs have disappeared. Tax revenues are down dramatically. Coincidence?

Everything happening today under Obama resembles the storyline of Ayn Rand’s famous book, Atlas Shrugged, one of the most popular books of all time, selling over 7 million copies.… Read more ...

Alaska State Court Says Joe Miller Must Pay Court Costs in Write-in Spelling Lawsuit Case

From an article published on BallotAccess.org on June 25th, 2011:

In November 2010, Alaska election officials determined that Lisa Murkowski had been re-elected to the U.S. Senate on write-in votes. Her Republican opponent, Joe Miller, then filed a lawsuit, arguing that the election tally erroneously included votes for Murkowski that were either invalid, or at least had been cast by voters who should not have been allowed to vote.… Read more ...

National Journal: Could Senator Richard Lugar Run As An Independent or Libertarian?

Excerpt from an article by Christopher Peleo-Lazar in the National Journal:

Indiana’s laws for independent candidates are some of the toughest in the nation. In 2000, Ralph Nader did not reach the two percent threshold to get on the ballot, though Pat Buchanan did (Nader, running as a write-in, actually won more votes than Buchanan won for being on the ballot).

Read more ...

Former Green candidate for Alaska governor fasting for environment, abuse victims, Natives

Listen to the entire store on APRN.

A former Alaska Green Party candidate for Governor and longtime Native activist, is in her 18th day without food. Dessa Jacobson began fasting on February 8 and says she will not halt her fast until her three key demands are met.

Her demands include a company addressing mercury pollution, addressing the problem of domestic abuse in Alaska, and certain issues in the Native community. … Read more ...

Alaska Constitution Party included in latest monthly voter registration tally for first time

Alaska Constitution Party in IPR comments:

ACP included in latest monthly Alaska voter registration tally for first time.

http://www.elections.alaska.gov/statistics/vi_vrs_stats_party_2011.02.03.htm

That tally shows the Alaska Constitution Party with 3 registered voters.

Also in the tally:
185,517 Undeclared (no party declared)
131,805 Republicans
81,221 Nonpartisan (no party affiliation)*
74,843 Democrats
14,291 Alaskan Independence Party
8,769 Libertarians
2,298 Greens
1,647 Veterans Party

Total: 500,394 registered voters.… Read more ...

First Alaska Constitution Party member appointed to local government position

From JR Myers via email and IPR comments:

J.R. Myers, Acting Chairman of the Alaska Constitution Party was unanimously approved to fill a vacancy in CES Seat B at the regular monthly meeting of the Kenai Peninsula Borough Joint Operations Board for the Central Emergency Emergency Service Area Board of Directors in Soldotna.… Read more ...

Alaska Bill for a Top-Two Primary; Inventor of “Top-Two” Election System is Released from Federal Prison

Ballot Access News:

On January 14, Alaska Representative Max Gruenberg (D-Anchorage) introduced HB 77, to provide for a top-two election system for state office and congress. The bill says that anyone who doesn’t qualify for the general election ballot may file as a declared write-in candidate for the November election, even if that person ran in the primary and didn’t place first or second.… Read more ...

Poll: 31% of GOP Primary Voters Lean Toward Third Party if Palin is GOP Presidential Nominee

Third Party and Independent Daily:

From Rasmussen, via KintlaLake:

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 31% of likely primary voters say they are at least somewhat likely to consider supporting a third-party candidate for president if former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin is the GOP nominee.

Read more ...