Category Archives: Non-left/right parties

Familiar Names Announced for 2020 Lesser-Known Presidential Candidates Forum

I have received the names of the presidential candidates scheduled to participate in the 2020 Lesser-Known Presidential Candidates Forum this Tuesday at Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire.  Participants include several candidates familiar to those of us who follow third party and independent politics, including former college football coach (and 2012 Constitution Party and Reform Party presidential candidate) follow thesis latex viagra for women for sale professional competence essay ethan frome society essay top custom writing sites how to make term paper watch best essay writing service website viagra without a doctor prescription buy strattera without prescription generic viagra from india https://geneseelandlordassoc.org/category/aims-of-literature/44/ vardenafil tablets 40 mg cialis black review ancient greece essay topics go site http://mechajournal.com/alumni/help-writing-admission-essay/12/ writing your dissertation click here prednisone effects professional personal essay writing service for mba how do i change my email address on my ipad 2 essay writing helper https://www.patrickhenry.org/services/augmentin-500mg/12/ generic viagra free pills worldwide follow generic viagra reviews india https://thedsd.com/student-coursework/ order custom essay online research paper proposal buisness writing Robby Wells, trans-humanist (and former 2020 Libertarian Party presidential candidate) Zoltan Istvan, and others.… Read more ...

Prohibition Party of New York Responds to Governor Cuomo’s 2020 State of the State Address

On January 8th, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo delivered his annual State of the State and budget address. On January 10th, the Prohibition Party of New York responded with a 6-page document critically evaluating the governor’s address and providing their own vision and proposals for state policy.
The full document is available on their website.… Read more ...

American Free Soil Party Candidate Gets 47% of Vote

The Rev. Dr. James W. Clifton, National Chair of the American Free Soil Party and the first AFSP candidate to get gain a ballot position, received 47% of the vote for Town Council in Millersburg, IN on November 5 against his GOP challenger. Millersburg is a strongly GOP.

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American Free Soil Party Has First Candidate

The American Free Soil has its first candidate. The Rev. Dr. James W. Clifton will be on the November 5th ballot for Town Council in the Town of Millersburg, IN. He will run against the GOP nominee. No Democrat will be on the ballot.

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Florida Reform Party Chair Joe Wendt Announces POTUS Bid

Joe Wendt, Chairman of the Florida Reform Party, hasthrown his hat in the ring for the Reform Party 2020 Nomination. He joins Darcy Richardson and others who have, or soon will also announce. Joe has been active in politics for many years. He made his announcement via his FaceBook page, Joe Wendt on September 6 at 9:16 AM:

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Prohibition Party Celebrates 150th Anniversary

On September 1st, the Prohibition Party celebrated the 150th anniversary of its first national convention in Chicago, in 1869. The Prohibition Party bears the distinction of being the oldest living minor party in the United States, and the third oldest living political party in the U.S., following the Democratic and Republican Parties.… Read more ...

Prohibition Party Nominates New Ticket, Selects New Chairman

The Prohibition National Committee held a conference call on August 24th. The party selected its new presidential ticket for 2020. Phil Collins was nominated for president, and Billy Joe Parker was nominated for vice-president. The party selected Randy McNutt as its new national chairman, and James Hedges as its new vice-chairman.… Read more ...

Ross Perot, Two-Time Presidential Candidate, Dies

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Henry Ross Perot, best known for running for president twice, passed away on July 9th after a battle with leukemia.

Perot’s initial campaign for president as centrist oriented Independent campaign gained nationwide support, even earning him a spot on the 1992 General Election Debates, the only time the US had 3 candidates for President on the debate stage.… Read more ...

Prohibition Party presidential Candidate, C.L. Gammon Holds Campaign Event in Tennessee

On June 8th, C.L. Gammon, the Prohibition Party presidential candidate for 2020, held a campaign event in Hartsville, Tennessee. The event was hosted by the Trousdale County Historical Society and was attended by about 50 people. C.L. Gammon spoke about his campaign and the Prohibition Party, and he responded to questions from the audience.… Read more ...

Interview with Richard Lamm, former Governor and 1996 Reform Party Primary Candidate

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 ...

Prohibition National Committee Meets, Gammon and Collins Selected as Presidential Ticket

On April 14th, a meeting of the Prohibition Party’s national committee was held by conference call. The committee had to select a new presidential ticket following the resignation of its initial presidential candidate, Bill Bayes, on March 30th. The PNC selected Connie (C.L.) Gammon as its new presidential candidate, and Phil Collins as its new vice-presidential candidate.… Read more ...

Faux News: Former candidate seeking Reform Party nomination Donald Trump “cuts aid to three Mexican countries” in Central America

In 2000, New York based professional TV wrestler, real estate and gambling magnate and Trump crime family boss Donald Trump unsuccessfully sought the nomination of the Reform Party (which had previously nominated Ross Perot and ended up nominating Patrick Buchanan) for president. The Reform Party was also known for having another professional wrestler, Jesse Ventura, serve as Governor of Minnesota.… Read more ...