JR Myers at A3PR:
More fallout continues within the Constitution Party due to recent events at the NCM meeting in Milwaukee. After concluding a successful convention in Helena, MT on May 4, the MTCP has disbanded less than two weeks later. This was a direct result of the ongoing controversy within the National CP.… Read more ...
Reposted from American3rdPartyPoliticalReport.com: Updated 5/12/19; National Constitution Party Implodes Due To Corruption At The Top; Western Area Chairman Resigns From National CP
Due to the unchecked corruption at the top, the National Constitution Party is now in a freefall. The recent National Committee Meeting in Milwaukee saw a continuation of the fraudulent proxy vote system and a falsification of the numbers to achieve a quorum. … Read more ...
Reposted from American3rdPartyReport.com: Trouble in the Constitution Party: Fallout From Milwaukee; Virginia CP Chair’s Statement & Intent to Disaffiliate from National
by Cody Quirk
In another perspective of the fallout from the Constitution Party’s National Committee’s recent meeting in Milwaukee, Wisconsin -Constitution Party of Virginia’s State Chair, John Bloom, also weighed in on the matter of the related situation in South Dakota and how it ties in to what transpired at the recent CP Milwaukee meeting and the controversy surrounding CP National Chairman, Frank Fluckiger, and others…
Reposted from American3rdPartyReport.com: Trouble in the Constitution Party: Fallout From Milwaukee; CP Midwest Regional Chair – ‘Travesty in South Dakota’
by Cody Quirk
In another forwarded email from the State Chair of the Constitution Party of Virginia, John Bloom -Constitution Party Midwest Regional Chair Randy Stufflebeam composed a series of videos that discuss the CP’s ‘fiasco‘ in South Dakota, of which he wanted to present in a talk at the CP’s recent National Committee meeting in Milwaukee, but was unable to.… Read more ...
1. On July 9, 1996 you announced your campaign for the Reform Party’s presidential nomination. The next day Ross Perot announced that he would be running too. What was your reaction to his announcement?
I was surprised and offended. He had said to me directly that he was not going to run.… Read more ...
Submitted to IPR by JR Myers
Now that we’re approaching mid-March 2019, one begins to wonder who the contenders for the Constitution Party presidential nomination might be? The CP is one of only five FEC recognized national political parties. According to Ballotpedia, as of March 11, 2019, there are 605 FEC registered POTUS candidates.… Read more ...
North Carolina will hold two special elections for it’s two vacant House Seats. One for it’s Third Congressional District, which has been left vacant after the passing of Paleolibertarian Representative Walter B Jones, which will be held on September 10th. As well as one in the highly contested Ninth District, which will be held on November 5th.… Read more ...
Posted at https://www.lp.org/2020ballotaccess/:
Ballot access is one of the most critical functions of the national party. “Ballot access” is political speak for “getting our candidates on ballots.”
Every cycle, the Libertarian Party works hard to get our candidates on as many ballots across the country as we can.
As of December 2018, we have ballot access for our 2020 Presidential candidate in 33 states plus D.C.
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Another infographic from Jim from his dataset at https://imgur.com/a/YsovX illustrates the new record Libertarians set for alternative (“third”) party ballot access coming out of 2018 midterm:
Jim: comparing voter registration trends of current nationally organized third parties in the US since 1970
Good news for Libertarian Party from 2018 election
Comparing Qualified Party Status for Libertarian, Green and Constitution Parties, Relative to Four Years Ago
Most recent LP national ballot access committee report
Based on this and subsequent email discussions the states which the LP will need to petition or add voter registration to be on the next presidential ballot in are:
AK (several hundred voter regs will be needed), AL, AR, IA, IL, OH – maybe, maybe not; informally it has been reported that SOS will not side with us but Richard Winger believes we have a good legal case, MD – may be won thru a lawsuit, ME – may be won thru a lawsuit, MN, ND, NH, NJ, RI, PA, TN, VA, WA and WI.… Read more ...