Yesterday, Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky appeared on Fox News and encouraged those who voted for Libertarian Party candidate Shane Hazel in one of the two US Senate races in Georgia earlier this month to vote for the Republican candidates in the two runoff elections on January 5. The runoffs feature incumbent Republican Senator David Perdue facing Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff, and Democratic candidate Raphael Warnock challenging incumbent Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler. … Read more ...
Yesterday 2020 Libertarian presidential nominee Jo Jorgensen sent out the following statement listing some of the comments she has received about her campaign and addressing the 2024 presidential nomination:
You won’t believe the messages I’ve been getting since election day.
According to Trump’s most diehard supporters, I and my 1.8 million supporters were solely responsible for the President’s defeat.… Read more ...
The following is the latest press release from Libertarian Judicial Committee member Vermin Supreme. Supreme was a leading candidate for the Libertarian Party’s 2020 presidential nomination, finishing third overall. The party selected his chosen running mate, Spike Cohen, as its vice presidential nominee at the 2020 Libertarian National Convention.
WE’VE FOUND HIM!… Read more ...
The Green Party put out the following press release today, two days ahead of what it claims is “Transgender Day of Remembrance”
Green Party of the United States
For Immediate Release:
Wednesday, November 18, 2020
Monica James (email@example.com)
National Green Party Women’s Caucus Spokesperson
This is the Open Thread for the month of November.
Please leave any tips, announcements, or others things below.
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IPR editor Jill Pyeatt forwarded the following press release to IPR. Thank you to Jill for the message.
818.538.4878 | Wildstar2022.com
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 28, 2020
Nickolas Wildstar Announces Run for California Governor
Libertarian Activist builds Republican base for 2022 Gubernatorial Run
Nickolas Wildstar is one of the first major candidates to formally announce a gubernatorial campaign.
Chuck Baldwin, the Constitution Party’s 2004 vice presidential nominee and 2008 presidential nominee, in his latest column on Chuck Baldwin Live, had the following to say about Douglas Emhoff, the husband of presumed Vice President-elect Kamala Harris:
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Harris’ husband is a mega-wealthy lobbyist and litigator who made his fortune promoting and defending the socialist/Marxist agenda within the entertainment and media industries, which we all know are dominated by Zionists.
The Alliance Party sent out the following newsletter Monday updating email subscribers on the latest party news for this month:
The 2020 election is unprecedented for many reasons; one of which is that a new political party and a new approach to politics has now been formally introduced to millions of Americans.… Read more ...
Author and consumer advocate Ralph Nader, the 1996 and 2000 Green Party presidential nominee, 2004 Independent presidential candidate and Reform Party presidential nominee, and 2008 Independent presidential candidate and the Peace and Freedom Party presidential nominee, published the following editorial today on his website Nader.org.
Apart From Defeating Trump, Why Did The Democrats Have A Bad Election Day?… Read more ...
Jo Jorgensen sent the following message and fundraising pitch yesterday to her email subscribers:
I want to thank you for all of the support you’ve given me during this campaign.
There’s simply no way I could have done this without you.
Unfortunately, either Donald Trump or Joe Biden will “serve” the next four years in the White House.… Read more ...
This past month, for Wikinews, I conducted interviews with five 2020 third party presidential candidates:
- Constitution Party presidential nominee Don Blankenship (link)
- Prohibition Party presidential nominee Phil Collins (link)
- Unity Party of America presidential nominee Bill Hammons (link)
- Libertarian Party presidential nominee Jo Jorgensen (link)
- American Solidarity Party presidential nominee Brian Carroll (link)
Similar questions were asked to each candidate, enabling the following comparison of answers: