Tag Archives: 2020 vice presidential nomination

Wikinews Interviews Three Third Party Vice Presidential Candidates

As part of the May 2020 edition of the Wikinews feature on the 2020 presidential election published last week, I conducted three short interviews with three vice presidential candidates.  Those candidates were Michigan Taxpayers Party chairman William Mohr of the Constitution Party, podcaster Spike Cohen of the Libertarian Party, and Angela Walker, the running mate of presumptive Green Party presidential nominee Howie Hawkins.… Read more ...

IPR 2020 Libertarian Party Presidential Preference Poll – Vice Presidential Results

In addition to voting for their presidential preference, voters in IPR’s Second 2020 Libertarian Party Presidential Preference poll May 17–19 also selected their preference for the Libertarian Party’s vice presidential nomination.

Overall, no candidate received a majority of the votes.  Spike Cohen had a plurality among all voters as well as Libertarian Party members. … Read more ...

Ken Armstrong: Looking Beyond the Convention Drama

2020 Libertarian vice presidential candidate Ken Armstrong sent the following message to Libertarian activists today to earn support for his campaign at the National Convention. 

To my fellow tireless liberty activists,

I address you now during a complicated and stressful time for our party. Much of our energy lately has been occupied by the controversy surrounding the Convention’s date and location.… Read more ...