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.
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 ...
The Green Papers website includes a useful chart on its site showing where all 2020 presidential candidates have attained ballot access and official write-in access. It does not count states without limits on write-in votes.
The Free & Equal Elections Foundation held a debate yesterday in Cheyenne, Wyoming featuring third party and independent presidential candidates. Video of the debate from the YouTube broadcast is embedded below.
Chuck Baldwin, the 2004 vice presidential nominee and 2008 presidential nominee of the Constitution Party, yesterday published the editorial below:
Let me just let everyone know right up front: I have not voted for a presidential candidate since I voted for Ron Paul in the primary election in 2012. If Darrell Castle, presidential nominee of the Constitution Party in 2016, had been on the ballot here in Montana, I would have voted for him.… Read more ...