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NORMAN, OKLAHOMA — The RJ Harris 2012 Presidential Campaign is pleased to announce that RJ will be attending the Manhattan NY Libertarian Party Convention and Debate this Saturday January 21, 2012 and sharing the stage with a host of excellent Libertarian Statesmen.… Read more ...
This New York Times story explains that the Conservative Party nominee for State Senate, 31st district, in 2010, was deceased before the party nominated him. Dr. Raphael M. Klapper, of the Bronx, died in May 2010. But during June and July, a petition was circulated to qualify him for the Conservative Party primary.… Read more ...
An interesting article on CapitalNewYork.com examines the personal and Green Party history of Howie Hawkins, the Greens’ 2010 gubernatorial nominee in New York who was successful in getting the 50,000 votes necessary for ballot access, as well as the history of the Greens in New York and their plans for the future, among other subjects. … Read more ...
Thousands of people rallied today in lower Manhattan in defense of
the Muslim, Arab American and South Asian communities that have been
increasingly demonized in recent months.
The demonstration dwarfed the smaller right-wing, racist mobilization
that was organized in opposition to the planned construction of an
Islamic Community Center several blocks from the site of the former
World Trade Center in lower Manhattan.… Read more ...
As posted at Freedom’s Phoenix. A previous discussion of the debate based on a description by Dr. Tom Stevens is here.
Ernest Hancock and his wife Donna travel to NYC to help distribute "Serf City" newspapers on the Subway system to promote the Manhattan Libertarian Party. That evening Ernest Hancock debated Wayne Allyn Root for LNC Chairmanship.… Read more ...
(excerpt from) onthewilderside.com
The pointlessness of fusion parties like Working Families
by Ian Wilder / September 16, 2009
OK, so an acquaintance in the death penalty abolition movement asked me to take a look at Richard Aborn, who was running for Manhattan DA. Aborn already had the Working Families line. Working Families represents itself as the progressive party in NY, and Aborn was being represented as the progressive candidate for Manhattan DA.