Tag Archives: Gail Parker

Gail ‘for Rail’ Parker, the Indy Greens of Virginia’s 1st CD candidate, on IPR Radio tonight at 8 PM

Submit any questions you might have in the comments or call into the live show at 646-200-0264 (you can also listen that way).  Listen at IPR’s blogtalkradio channel.

Here is the announcement for this show.

The show will be archived so you can listen to it after the live broadcast, as well.… Read more ...

Gail ‘for Rail’ Parker, Indy Green candidate for Congress, to appear on IPR radio Monday at 8 PM EST

This Monday, the 20th, at 8 PM EST I will be interviewing the Independent Green Party of Virginia’s candidate for US Congress Gail “for Rail” Parker in the first congressional district on IPR’s blogtalkradio channel.  The Independent Greens are the state affiliate of the Independence Party.  Submit any questions you might have in the comments.… Read more ...

Miller Politics interviews Gail Parker on VA run for US Senate, Independent Green endorsement of Chuck Baldwin

From Miller Politics, by way of contact.ipr@gmail.com

Gail “for rail” Parker is running as the Independent Green Party candidate for US Senate in Virginia.  In the 2006 US Senate election Parker was the only third party candidate and received 1% of the vote against Jim Webb and George Allen.  An October 24 poll found her at 2% this year.

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Update on the Virginia Senate race

In their September 2008 poll, the Washington Post has a combined total of 4% for Libertarian William Redpath and Independent Green Gail Parker.

Newsvirginian.com also carries this article about Gail Parker, which is an interesting overview of her candidacy and other independent candidacies.

Feel free to post other news items about this Senate race.… Read more ...

Bob Barr’s PAC gave $1k to Republican opponent of Libertarian Party chair

According to Ballot Access News, Libertarian Party National Chairman Bill Redpath has submitted petitions with 16,000 signatures to run for U.S. Senate in Virgina. Ten thousand valid signatures are required to appear on the Virginia ballot.

Redpath will be vying for the open Senate seat against Republican Jim Gilmore, Democrat Mark Warner, and Independent-Green Glenda Gail Parker.… Read more ...