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Alan Keyes Discusses Different Methods of Choosing Electors

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In the first years of the republic, the different States adopted various methods for choosing the Electors:

Some State legislatures decided to choose the Electors themselves.

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Alan Keyes Criticizes Republican Presidential Field

Alan Keyes, 2008 Presidential candidate of America’s Independent Party, and himself a contender for the Republican Presidential nomination in 1996, 2000 and 2008, has a column at his blog Loyal to Liberty critiquing the 2012 Republican presidential field. Excerpt:

Back in 2008 we were supposed to believe Mitt Romney’s repeated declarations that he was pro-life and a staunch defender of the God endowed family.

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California Supreme Court Won’t Hear Keyes v Bowen, on Presidential Qualifications

Ballot Access News:

On February 2, the California Supreme Court refused to hear Keyes v Bowen, 188724, the case that argued the Secretary of State must investigate whether a presidential candidate meets the qualifications to be president, before listing him or her on the ballot. The case had been brought by (America’s Independent Party Presidential Candidate) Alan Keyes in 2008.… Read more ...

Alan Keyes Takes On Lindsey Graham

TPMDC Reports:

Here’s something you don’t hear very often: a prominent Republican’s policy position is too conservative for Alan Keyes. Speaking at a Tea Party Express-sponsored event in Washington this morning, Keyes said Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) is being irresponsible by suggesting, as he did recently, that the 14th Amendment may have been a bad idea.

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American Independent Party Factions Hold Rival State Conventions

The American Independent Party of California is split between two factions of activists. One faction supported Alan Keyes for President in 2008 and wants the AIP of California to be affiliated with the America’s Independent Party, a nationally organized third party organized around Keyes’ run for President. That faction held its state convention this weekend which reportedly attracted as many as 11 delegates, or as few as 9.… Read more ...

Independent And Third Party Candidates Proliferate In Florida

The Sunshine State News ran an article on Monday about the number of Independent and Third Party candidates on the ballot in Florida in 2010.

While Gov. Charlie Crist and gubernatorial candidate Bud Chiles are getting most of the attention, Florida is seeing a large number of independents taking on both the Democrats and Republicans in the 2010 elections.

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Alan Keyes Comments On Rand Paul Civil Rights Controversy

Rand Paul has been involved in a controversy lately because of statements, made in several interviews, concerning the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Paul took issue with the portion of the act which disallows discrimination on private property. Now Alan Keyes, an African-American conservative is wading into the controversy to offer his opinion.… Read more ...

Keyes Faction of California American Independent Party Likely to Exclude Independents from Voting in Party’s Primary

Ballot Access News:

The American Independent Party of California is currently split into two factions, the one which favored Alan Keyes for president in 2008, and the one that favored Chuck Baldwin for president in 2008. The California Secretary of State recognizes the Alan Keyes faction.

The Alan Keyes faction has tentatively decided to revoke the ability of independent voters to vote in AIP primaries for public office, but the party has not made a formal notification to the California Secretary of State.… Read more ...

Limbaugh caller says Keyes ‘should be in the White House right now’

A 15-year-old from Hazleton, Pennsylvania, said on Rush Limbaugh’s radio show Friday that 2008 America’s Independent Party presidential nominee Alan Keyes should be president. After offering Limbaugh “mega dittos,” the caller said, “I went to a tea party we had here in Hazleton, Pennsylvania, and a man spoke. I don’t know if you might have heard of him.… Read more ...

Keyes appears in ‘A Question of Eligibility’

David Weigel writes at the Washington Independent that earlier this month, “WorldNetDaily released and began shipping ‘A Question of Eligibility,'” an hourlong documentary on theories that President Obama was born outside the United States. Weigel says the “coverage of the ‘birther’ conspiracies” in the film depends on “interviews with only three people: Alan Keyes, Jerome Corsi, and Janet Porter.” Keyes is the founder of America’s Independent Party and was its presidential nominee in 2008.… Read more ...

American Independent Party’s Grundmann assails Keyes

American Independent Party of California activist Don J. Grundmann has published an essay entitled “The Corruption of Alan Keyes: A Timeless Tale Brought to Our Times” online. The piece, which runs nearly 10,000 words, details Grundmann’s encounters with Keyes and his supporters during Keyes’s run for the 2008 Constitution Party presidential nomination.… Read more ...

America’s Independent Party of Tennessee chairman organizes protest

Nashville Scene reports Tom Kovach, chairman of America’s Independent Party of Tennessee, is organizing a demonstration outside a Nashville middle school for Friday morning. It was originally intended to protest an appearance by Rep. Jim Cooper, but Cooper has cancelled. Kovach says the protest will take place anyway.

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