Former Louisiana governor Buddy Roemer, who ran for the 2012 presidential nominations of the Republican Party, Americans Elect, and the Reform Party before withdrawing in May, has announced the creation of “The Reform Project.”
It was reported at the end of April that the campaign of former Louisiana governor and current leading Americans Elect and Reform Party presidential candidate Buddy Roemer had complied a list of 23 potential running mates.
Buddy Roemer is the former Governor of Louisiana, but is now running for President and is hoping to secure the nomination of the Americans Elect party. He discusses some of his difficulties in picking a running mate in this article.
“We’re looking at 23 different people to have as a running mate.
Earlier this month, the Reform Party of New Jersey held their 2012 state convention. The party nominated a number of candidates for various state and federal offices.
Community activist Omar Dyer, a veteran of Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign and a leader in the effort to recall Jersey City Mayor Jeremiah Healy, became the Reform Party’s candidate for United States Senate.
“Tomorrow, I will formally end my bid for the GOP nomination for President of the United States. As the GOP and the networks host debate number twenty-something this evening, they have once again turned their backs on the democratic process by choosing to exclude a former Governor and Congressman.
Former Louisiana governor Buddy Roemer, a Republican Party presidential candidate that is also seeking the presidential nomination of Americans Elect, sent out a message to supporters reporting fundraising totals of $32,000 for the week, a record amount for the campaign.
Here’s what I know about what has happened with the campaigns for the LP presidential nomination in the last few months:
Gary Johnson is now officially in the LP race. Since making that announcement on December 28, Johnson has held a birthday money bomb which netted over $40k and has been included in an ACLU civil liberties report card that compared him to President Obama and the Republican candidates.… Read more ...
The ACLU recently put out a presidential candidate comparison score card for civil liberties and ranked a number of GOP presidential candidates, President Obama, and former-GOP candidate Gary Johnson, who is now a candidate for the Libertarian Party’s nomination for President.
According to the ACLU’s report card, Gary Johnson actually scored better than any of the other candidates, including the Democratic incumbent, President Barack Obama.… Read more ...