Ralph Nader has run for President of the United States as a Green Party candidate, and more recently, as an independent candidate. The following is a post from www.nader.org.
Monday, March 14. 2011
The tumultuous managerial shakeup at National Public Radio headquarters for trivial verbal miscues once again has highlighted the ludicrous corporatist right-wing charge that public radio and public TV are replete with left-leaning or leftist programming.… Read more ...
From Illinois Green Party gubernatorial candidate Rich Whitney:
November 4, 2010 – 12:34 am
Don’t Lose Heart! Cause for Hope Amidst the Disappointment
A “Final” Campaign Message (But Read On!) by Rich Whitney, 2010 Green Party Candidate for Governor
To the hundreds of people who supported me in my campaign for Governor, and to the roughly 100,000 or so who saw fit to vote for me, despite the politics of fear that swept Illinois this election season, I thank you from the bottom of my heart.… Read more ...
ATLANTA, GA – November 2, 2010 – Chuck Donovan, Georgia’s Libertarian candidate for U.S. Senate, agrees with a quote earlier today from Libertarian candidate for Congress, Travis Irvine. In a PBS interview, Mr. Irvine stated, “Vote Libertarian or don’t complain for the next two tears.”
Despite lack of equal coverage from the mainstream media, along with cover-ups and typical scare tactics by established political party “leadership”, information on legitimate Libertarian candidates has been at the voters’ fingertips.… Read more ...
Green Party candidate for Illinois governor Rich Whitney, Green Party candidate for US Senate in Illinois LeAlan Jones, and Green Party candidate for Cook County Board President Tom Tresser all appeared on the PBS program Chicago Tonight on Wednesday. You can watch their appearance below.