Candidates running for Boston Tea Party Presidential nomination, 2012

http://www.bostontea.us/node/963:

The Presidential & Vice Presidential nominees will be held beginning December 22, 2011 and lasting as many days as needed to chose the nominees.

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All candidates who are nominated by two or more Party members, who meet the qualifications of office listed in the Constitution of the United States of America, and who affirm their support for the Party’s platform and their willingness to accept the Party’s nomination to the presidency and/or vice-presidency of the United States, shall be considered eligible nominees, any affiliations they may have with other political parties notwithstanding. All nominations and candidate affirmations must be received prior to the opening of that year’s regular convention. The Chair shall take official notice of any candidate affirmations which may be fraudulent, and shall investigate, and issue a ruling as to the legitimacy of, such affirmations.

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Please make nominations via comment to this thread (p: at BTP website, not IPR thread).

The following candidates are eligible nominees for the Presidential nomination:

Phil Davison
Robert Milnes

Jason Gatties has withdrawn from the race

The following candidates have been nominated & seconded for the Presidential nomination (P: these include people who may not be interested in accepting the nomination, haven’t responded as to whether they are interested, or have not affirmed support for the platform):

Chris Bennett, Dan Kilo, Angela Keaton, Kimberly Johnson, Jim Burns, George Phillies, R. Lee Wrights & Dave Hollist (not listed are candidates that the Chair doesn’t believe to be “serious” nominees)

The following candidates are eligible nominees for the Vice Presidential nomination:

Kimberly Johnson
Steven R Linnabary

The following candidates have been nominated & seconded for the Vice Presidential nomination (P: same as with Presidential nomination above):

George Phillies & Michelle Shinghal (not listed are candidates that the Chair doesn’t believe to be “serious” nominees)

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