Tag Archives: Gloria La Riva

Free And Equal Elections to host Minor Party Debate March 4th


Electoral reform organization, Free & Equal Elections is set to host a multi-party open Presidential Debate on March 4th, co-hosted by Open the Debates, an organization with similar intentions.

All 2020 Presidential candidates are invited to participate, however only 18 have been confirmed to attend:

    • Robert Ardini, Republican Party
    • Ken Armstrong, Libertarian Party
    • Don Blankenship, Constitution Party
    • Brian Carroll, American Solidarity Party
    • Mark Charles, Independent
    • Souraya Faas, Libertarian Party
    • Erik Gerhardt, Libertarian Party
    • Howie Hawkins, Green Party
    • Zoltan Istvan, Republican Party
    • Jo Jorgensen, Libertarian Party
    • Adam Kokesh, Libertarian Party
    • Charles Kraut, Constitution Party
    • Gloria La Riva, Party for Socialism and Liberation
    • J.R.
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Gloria La Riva to run for President a third time

Gloria La Riva, perennial candidate and socialist activist announced she would run for President as the party of Socialism and Liberation’s Nominee a third time. La Riva has previously run for President in 2008 and 2016 as the PSL nominee, was a placeholder presidential candidate in 1992 and 2012, and has run for various offices affiliated with the Peace and Freedom Party.… Read more ...

Greens, PSL to Participate in U.S. Social Forum in Philadelphia

From the Green Party US website:

Want to join the Green Party of Philadelphia (GPOP) at the U.S. Social Forum? This is a “convergence driven by the understanding that people’s movements are what create social change. It is an opportunity for regional and issue-specific social justice projects to work toward broader unity.… Read more ...

Party for Socialism and Liberation Announces Presidential Ticket

Richard Winger reports over at Ballot Access News that the Party for Socialism and Liberation has announced their Presidential ticket.

Last month, the Party for Socialism and Liberation announced that it will run Peta Lindsay for President, and Yari Osorio for Vice-President. This will be the party’s second presidential campaign. In 2008, it ran Gloria La Riva for President.

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FEC releases official popular vote count from 2008 presidential election

The Federal Election Commission has released its “2008 presidential popular vote summary for all candidates listed on at least one state ballot.” The results:

  • Barack Obama (Democrat) 69,498,516 [52.93%]
  • John McCain (Republican) 59,948,323 [45.65%]
  • Ralph Nader (Independent, Peace and Freedom) 739,034 [0.56%]
  • Bob Barr (Libertarian) 523,715 [0.40%]
  • Chuck Baldwin (Constitution/Reform/U.S. Taxpayers) 199,750 [0.15%]
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    In NY, more presidential votes for third party candidates found

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    New York Finds More Votes for President from Last November
    March 14th, 2009

    The New York State Board of Elections recently revised its official November 2008 election returns, to include some votes from Queens that has been accidentally omitted from the earlier official tally. The new returns show 162 more votes for Ralph Nader, 82 more votes for Bob Barr, 72 more votes for Cynthia McKinney, 20 more write-in votes for Chuck Baldwin, 19 more votes for Roger Calero, and 10 more votes for Gloria La Riva.

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    LBJ-era Attorney General headlines PSL’s National Conference on Socialism

    The Party for Socialism and Liberation will be holding a “Fight Back” conference at the University of California Los Angeles this weekend, apparently as both a primer for newcomers and an organizational session for stalwarts eager to move forward past the campaign season:

    Food and gas prices are skyrocketing worldwide, the environment is being destroyed, and the sharp economic recession has thrown millions of workers out of their jobs and onto the streets.

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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%

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    Party for Socialism and Liberation VP candidate begins speaking tour tonight

    In addition to their presidential candidate’s tour of the nation, the Party for Socialism and Liberation is sending their vice presidential candidate, Eugene Puryear, on a speaking tour of the Northeast. The topic will be the same as that of Gloria La Riva’s speeches: “Economic Crisis and Endless War: Causes, Questions, and Solutions.”… Read more ...

    My presidential vote total predictions

    I am heading out of town for a while, so I figured I’d go ahead and give my guess about the vote totals for alternative party presidential candidates to leave you with something to talk about. I will refrain on offering a final prediction on the overall winner, though right now I expect the Democratic ticket to win by three to six percentage points.… Read more ...

    Party for Socialism and Liberation’s presidential candidate to begin speaking tour

    The Party for Socialism and Liberation’s presidential candidate Gloria La Riva will begin her nationwide speaking tour tomorrow, October 10th. The subject of the tour is “Economic Crisis and Endless War: Causes, Questions, and Solutions.” The candidate’s schedule is posted below, and will be posted again as the tour progresses.


    Calendar Oct. 10 (150) Friday, October 10
    7:00 pm
    Iowa City, IA

    University of Iowa
    25 S.
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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 ...