Tag Archives: Frank McEnulty

Frank McEnulty will Not Run for President in 2012

Frank McEnulty announced via e-mail that he will not run for president in 2012 despite speculation that he would seek the Reform Party presidential nomination. During the 2008 election, McEnulty was both the presidential nominee of the New American Independent Party and the Vice-presidential nominee of the Reform Party as the running mate of the late Ted Weill.… Read more ...

Minor party candidates across the country

Richard Winger of Ballot Access News has generously allowed us to reproduce part of his newsletter because it relates to the “Minor party candidates in…” series of posts I have been doing. Here is information regarding minor parties across the United States:

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23 Presidential candidates are on the ballot in at least one state

Ballot Access News reports

This year, 23 presidential candidates are on the ballot in at least one state. That is the highest in U.S. history except for 1992, when there were also 23. Generally there are more such candidates in periods of great public unhappiness.

Here is a list, with the predominant party label for each, and the percentage of the voters that will see their names on the ballot:

Barack Obama, Democratic, 100.0%
John McCain, Republican, 100.0%
Bob Barr, Libertarian, 94.5%
Ralph Nader, independent, 85.2%
Cynthia McKinney, Green, 70.5%
Chuck Baldwin, Constitution, 59.8%
Gloria La Riva, Socialism and Liberation, 26.8%
Roger Calero or his stand-in James Harris, Socialist Workers, 25.0%
Brian Moore, Socialist, 21.5%
Alan Keyes, America’s Independent Party, 18.1%
Charles Jay, Boston Tea, 10.0%
Gene Amondson, Prohibition, 9.6%
Thomas Robert Stevens, Objectivist, 8.0%
Richard Duncan, independent, 4.6%
John Joseph Polachek, New, 4.3%
Jeffrey Boss, Vote Here, 3.0%
Jeffrey Wamboldt, We the People, 2.5%
Ron Paul, Taxpayers/Constitution, 2.0%
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Coalition for October Debate Alternatives debate

Below is the complete video of the Coalition for October Debate Alternatives presidential debate held Monday at Vanderbilt University. Presidential candidates Charles Jay, Gloria La Riva, Bradford Lyttle, Frank McEnulty, and Brian Moore, and vice presidential candidate Darrell Castle, participated in the forum. The Nashville Tennessean reported on the debate on Tuesday.… Read more ...

Pictures from Third Party Debate

Courtesy TheOriginalAndy:

Brian Moore

TheOriginalAndy, Brian Moore, Christy Steele

TheOriginalAndy, Charles Jay, Christy Steele

Charles Jay, TheOriginalAndy

Darrell Castle (left)

Gloria LaRiva, Christy Steele

Christy Steele, Frank McEnulty, TheOriginalAndy

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Alternative Presidential Candidates Debate will be streamed live tonight

According to http://www.alternativecandidatesdebate.com/

An Alternative Presidential Candidates’ Debate will be held in Nashville from 7 to 9 pm (central time) on October 6th, one day prior to the McCain-Obama debate in Nashville. The debate is open to all third party candidates for President in the United States as well as the major party nominees.

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Colorado sets a new record for number of Presidential candidates on the ballot

Posted at Ballot Access News:

The November 2008 Colorado ballot will list 16 presidential candidates. This is the most crowded ballot in U.S. history for president at a general election. The previous record was 14, set in 1992 in three states (Iowa, Tennessee, and Wisconsin).

This year, it appeared that 18 candidates would be on in Colorado.

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Wikinews interviews Frank McEnulty, New American Independent Party nominee for President of the United States


Posted
at Wikinews by Joseph Ford

So far, the news on the U.S. presidential election has been dominated by Republican Party and Democratic Party nominees John McCain and Barack Obama. However, recently, some “third party” candidates have begun to gain notoriety, namely Libertarian Party nominee Bob Barr and independent Ralph Nader.

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Coalition for October Debate Alternatives to hold Third Party Presidential candidates debate in Nashville, October 6

CODA press release

9.23.08 Nashville, TN: The Coalition for October Debate Alternatives (CODA) announced today the Presidential Candidate’s Alternative Debate to take place October 6th, in Nashville, Tennessee. The debate is open to all third party candidates for President in the United States as well as the major party nominees. The debate, which is scheduled to take place on the campus of Vanderbilt University on Monday, October 6th will feature several Presidential Candidates who have confirmed attendance including Brad Lyttle of the US Pacifist Party, Charles Jay of the Boston Tea Party, Frank McEnulty of the New American Independence Party and Brian Moore of the Socialist Party.… Read more ...

Charles Jay, Frank McEnulty, Brian Moore debate

Candidates in this debate are: Brian Moore of the Socialist Party USA, Frank McEnulty of the New American Independent Party and Charles Jay of the Boston Tea Party.

Show archive at Miller Politics


http://www.blogtalkradio.com/millerpolitics/2008/07/24/Presidential-Debate
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Reform Party picks candidates, officers

Ballot Access News reports

Dallas Reform Party Meeting
July 20th, 2008

The Reform Party meeting of July 18-19 in Dallas nominated Ted Weill of Tylertown, Mississippi for president, and Frank E. McEnulty of Long Beach, California, for vice-president. McEnulty has already been running as the presidential nominee of the New American Independent Party.

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Candidates rush to Colorado ballot

Ballot Access News reports presidential candidates Jonathan Allen (Heartquake 08), Gene Amondson (Prohibition), Gloria LaRiva (Socialism), Brian Moore (Socialist), Elvena Lloyd-Duffie (Republican), Bradford Lyttle (Pacifist), and Frank McEnulty (unaffiliated) filed for Colorado’s ballot by Tuesday’s deadline.

Since the Constitution, Democratic, Green, Libertarian, and Republican parties still have time to submit the names of their nominees, there could be more than a dozen presidential tickets on the Colorado ballot.… Read more ...