Stumping for independent aspirant Farid Khavari in Florida’s gubernatorial campaign, Brian P. Moore, a former Democratic candidate for governor, spared few adjectives in criticizing Republican Rick Scott’s plan to create a meager 700,000 jobs in the Sunshine State over the next seven years.
Describing Scott’s jobs program as “unachievable, insufficient and wrong-headed,” the 67-year-old Moore said that Scott’s much-touted “7-7-7 Plan” would do little to ease recession-ravaged Florida’s jobless crisis and even less to alleviate the state’s looming fiscal crisis.
Brian P. Moore, the Socialist Party’s candidate for president in 2008, polled more than 200,000 votes in yesterday’s Democratic gubernatorial primary in Florida.
With approximately 92 percent of the statewide precincts reporting, Florida’s Chief Financial Officer Alex Sink was garnering 664,183 votes to 199,623 for Moore, who waged an under-funded and low-key campaign for the state’s highest office.… Read more ...
Austin Cassidy reports from Uncovered Politics that former Socialist Party USA Presidential candidate Brian Moore is running for Governor in Florida. Moore is not, however, running as a Socialist Party candidate. Rather, he’ll be participating in the Democratic Party primary.
Brian Moore, the Socialist Party’s 2008 candidate for President, has filed to run for Governor of Florida as a Democrat.Moore has sought statewide office in Florida before, running as a “No Party” candidate for U.S.
On May 17, the U.S. Supreme Court said it won’t hear the Mississippi ballot access case, Moore v Hosemann, 09-982. Two other ballot access cert petitions are still pending, one from Alabama, and one from Louisiana.
The original issue in the Mississippi case was whether Brian Moore, Socialist Party presidential candidate, should have been on the November 2008 ballot.… Read more ...
from Ballot Access News
Mississippi Governor Signs Bill Setting a 5 p.m. Deadline for Presidential Elector Paperwork
On March 19, Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour signed SB 3058. It sets a 5 p.m. deadline for presidential elector paperwork. The old law set the deadline date, but not an hour. This bill only came into existence because of the 2008 incident at which the Secretary of State’s office rejected the paperwork for Brian Moore, Socialist Party presidential candidate.
The December 28 issue of the Biloxi, Mississippi, Sun Herald, has this story about Brian Moore’s ongoing lawsuit to settle the exact deadline for candidates to file presidential elector paperwork to be on the ballot. The lawsuit is more than a year old, and is far from being settled.… Read more ...
From October 9th to October 11th, members of the Socialist Party USA will be meeting in Newark, New Jersey for their national convention. Logistical information can be found here. Brian Moore, the party’s 2008 presidential candidate, will be in attendance.
The party’s only candidates for office in 2009, according to its website, are in New Jersey. … Read more ...
The Fifth Circuit will hear oral arguments in Moore v Hosemann in New Orleans, the week of November 2-6. The case concerns the Mississippi Secretary of State’s refusal to accept presidential elector paperwork for Brian Moore, the 2008 Socialist Party presidential candidate. The Secretary of State said the paperwork arrived ten minutes too late.… Read more ...
The 2008 presidential candidate for the Socialist Party USA, Brian Moore, was on FOX News last Saturday, April 11th. He was on a panel discussing the economy. The following is an excerpt from the show:
Public Support of Capitalism Dives; Signal for White House to Tax and Spend More
Jonathan Hoenig: Yeah, I mean Terry, the president already pushes this notion that capitalism has failed, right?