Tag Archives: Liberal Party of New York

Bill Still Calls for Pardon of Roger Stone

On the April 22 episode of The Still Report, the popular YouTube channel of 2012 Libertarian Party presidential candidate Bill Still, Still urged viewers to sign a petition for President Donald Trump to pardon political operative Roger Stone.  Stone, 67, once a member of the Libertarian Party, was found guilty of false statements, witness tampering, and obstruction of justice. … Read more ...

‘The New Yorker”s Hendrik Hertzberg examines New York’s history of fusion on his blog

Inspired by a discussion on the National Popular Vote Plan, Hendrik Hertzberg recently wrote a blog post about third parties in New York state and the state’s practice of fusion, in which more than one party can endorse one candidate.  Tied in with the history is Hertzberg’s personal history, as his father was a key official in the Liberal Party during the 1950s. … Read more ...

Mayor Bloomberg seeks the Working Families Party nomination in re-election bid

A truly trans-partisan man, Mayor Michael Bloomberg has moved from being a registered Republican to an independent while in office, and has ran on the Republican, Independence, and Liberal Party ballot lines.  Now he is seeking the nomination of the Working Families Party, which usually cross-nominates Democrats and occassionally runs their own candidates. … Read more ...

Liberal Party picks new state chair, plots resurgence

The Liberal Party of New York, which lost its 58-year ballot access streak in 2002 when Gubernatorial candidate Andrew Cuomo dropped out of the race and endorsed the Democratic Nominee, has a new State Chairman. According to a press release posted on the party’s homepage today, Vice-Chairman and long-time party activist Jack Olchin has acceeded to the chair following the resignation of its previous occupant:

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