Tag Archives: Democratic Party

Utah Democrats Join Coalition Backing Evan McMullin’s Independent U.S. Senate Bid

The Utah Democratic Party officially decided not to nominate a candidate to challenge U.S. Senator Mike Lee.  Instead, the Democrats are joining with a coalition of independents (and the United Utah Party) to back Evan McMullin.

During Saturday’s at times chaotic convention at Cottonwood High School in the Salt Lake County suburb of Murray, a faction of delegates put forth a motion to opt against choosing Kael Weston as the party’s Democratic U.S.

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Thomas Knapp: To Cure Gridlock, Democrats Should Get Off Their (Omni)Bus and Walk

In mid-December, US Senate Democrats cried “uncle,” at least temporarily, pulling President Biden’s $2 trillion “Build Back Better” agenda out from under the Christmas Tree. If the bill  makes it to the Senate floor for an up or down vote, it won’t be this year.

I’m a big fan of gridlock, and not a fan at all of Biden’s Big Basket of Boondoggles, so I can’t say I’m terribly unhappy about this.… Read more ...

Andrew Yang: ‘Breaking Up With The Democratic Party’

The following is an open letter from former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang, who has been rumored to be on the verge of launching a new political party:

I changed my voting registration from ‘Democrat’ to ‘Independent’ today. It was a strangely emotional experience.

I registered as a Democrat back in 1995 when I was 20 years old to vote for Bill Clinton’s re-election.Read more ...

Movement For A People’s Party caught using #ForceTheVote to undermine The Squad

For those that may be unaware of the latest going on in the left-wing Twitter Sphere, allow me to give a brief synopsis of it.

Force The Vote was a proposed political strategy where Progressive House Democrats such as The Squad would withhold their vote for Nancy Pelosi for Speaker of the House in order to get a floor Vote on Medicare-For-All.… Read more ...

Ralph Nader: Why Did the Democrats Have a Bad Election Day?

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 ...

Local Green Party in New York seeks 3rd State Senate District candidate

From a Green Party of Suffolk press release:

Green Party seeks 3rd State Senate District candidate to support women and fight corruption

Democratic Party insiders have petitioned to open a write-in primary  for the Green Party line  in the New York Third (3rd) State Senate race.  Green Party members interested in running as a candidate in the primary can contact 631-925-6104 or info@gpsuffolk.orgRead more ...

Robby Wells to seek Democratic Party’s presidential nomination in 2016; campaign manager resigns immediately

Robby Wells To Seek Democratic Nomination For President In 2016

September 24, 2013

Mr. Robby Wells, 2016 Presidential Candidate, announced his intentions of seeking the nomination of the Democratic Party for the Office of President of the United States this morning at approximately 8:15 am (est.) on America’s Morning News of Talk Radio Network (TRN).

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2012 Libertarian congressional candidate now running as a liberal Democrat

Michael Cole

Michael Cole was a 2012 Libertarian Party congressional candidate who ran in Texas’s newly created 36th district. The election was won by Steve Stockman, who was endorsed by the Constitution Party’s 2008 and 2004 presidential candidates Chuck Baldwin and Michael Peroutka, respectively, as well as Constitution Party founder Howard Phillips.… Read more ...

Sasha Brookner: ‘From Blue to Green: Why I Left the Democratic Party’

The Huffington Post
March 21, 2013
by Sasha Brookner

“Of two evils, choose neither.” ~ Charles Spurgeon


In the 16th century, the Eastern Orthodox Christians had a unique aphorism: “Better the turban than the mitre.” They were referring to the preferable conquer of the Balkans by the Ottoman Turks rather than the Western Roman Catholic empire.… Read more ...

Local Democratic Party in Illinois Creates Third Party

The local Democratic Party in Illinois is creating a local third party in order to run another candidate against the Democratic candidate in their local State House District. This post at Ballot Access News explains the situation.

On March 13, the federal government charged Illinois Democratic State Representative Derrick Smith with bribery.

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