Tag Archives: Gloria LaRiva

Larry West: Ballot Status and Registered Write-In Status By Presidential Candidate, 2012

From IPR comments, original research by Larry West as to which presidential candidates are on the ballot in which states, and which ones are registered write-in candidates in which states. Larry West is the only source for this information and I have not attempted to verify or correct it, but corrections – preferably with links to sources/evidence – are welcome in the comments.Read more ...

Alternative presidential candidates’ total funds raised

On its PaperTrail blog, the Center for Public Integrity summarizes the amounts raised by major and alternative presidential candidates in 2008. Independent Ralph Nader’s total receipts were $4,502,680; Libertarian Bob Barr $1,383,681; Constitution Party nominee Chuck Baldwin $261,673; and Green Cynthia McKinney $198,658.

Other candidates’ funds raised are available online.… 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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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 ...

‘At least 15’ on Colorado presidential ballot

The AP reports that “at least 15 presidential candidates” will be on the ballot in Colorado this year, saying voters “may recognize Bob Barr of the Libertarians, Cynthia McKinney of the Greens and the unaffiliated Ralph Nader on November’s ballot. They may not recognize Thomas Stevens of the Objectivist Party, Jonathan Allen of HeartQuake ’08 or Charles Jay of the Boston Tea Party.”

The brief item also mentions by name Prohibition candidate Gene Amondson, Constitution Party nominee Chuck Baldwin, Socialist Workers Party candidate James Harris, America’s Independent Party candidate Alan Keyes, Socialism and Liberation candidate Gloria LaRiva, Pacifist Party candidate Bradford Lyttle, and Socialist Brian Moore.… Read more ...

Party for Socialism and Liberation now on ballot in three states

The Party for Socialism and Liberation has annouced that its national ticket has achieved ballot status in three states — Arkansas, Colorado, and Vermont. The party is “in the final stages for ballot status” in Florida, Iowa, New Jersey, and Utah, and is working on ballot access for the Gloria LaRiva/Eugene Puryear ticket in states including California, Louisiana, New York, Rhode Island, Washington, and Wisconsin.… Read more ...

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 ...

College columnist surveys third-party candidates

In his column in The Lantern, the Ohio State University newspaper, Travis Schulze offers a brief survey of alternative presidential candidates running this year. Schulze leads with Constitution Party nominee Chuck Baldwin, whose “campaign centers on a return to the Constitution. He calls for an immediate withdrawal of the U.S.… Read more ...