There are at least 5 Socialist parties in the United States with presidential tickets for the 2016 election. Continuing my series of interviews with third party presidential nominees today I had the pleasure of interviewing one of those nominees, Jerry White from the Socialist Equality Party.… Read more ...
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 ...
The Socialist Equality Party held a public conference at Wayne State University in Detroit this past Saturday, presenting its analysis of the current course of the automotive industry and United Auto Workers union, as well as its implications for workers:
In the main report to the meeting, WSWS reporter and SEP member Jerry White began by describing the extreme concessions that will be demanded of autoworkers as a result of the recently announced Bush administration “bailout” of the industry.
The Socialist Equality Party has redesigned and re-launched its party website as it kicks off its Jerome White/Bill Van Auken write-in campaign. An article on the party’s official news organ, the World Socialist Web Site, highlights some of the new portal’s features:
Between now and Election Day, the SEP will hold a number of meetings at locations across the United States and internationally.
The Socialist Equality Party has made a statement today announcing its selection of former Presidential nominees Jerry White and Bill Van Auken as it’s 2008 ticket for the Presidency and Vice-Presidency, respectively. According the party’s official internet organ, the World Socialist Web Site:
White and Van Auken will explain that there is no solution to the crisis of American society within the framework of capitalism.