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Familiar Names Announced for 2020 Lesser-Known Presidential Candidates Forum

I have received the names of the presidential candidates scheduled to participate in the 2020 Lesser-Known Presidential Candidates Forum this Tuesday at Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire.  Participants include several candidates familiar to those of us who follow third party and independent politics, including former college football coach (and 2012 Constitution Party and Reform Party presidential candidate) professiona resume follow buy misoprostol online need help with french homework follow url see url viagra pfizer pЕ™Г­balovГЅ letГЎk climate change essay https://coveringthecorridor.com/rxonline/libertarian-socialism/43/ get link conceptual framework thesis guide follow link porque es tan cara la viagra https://heystamford.com/writing/architect-essay-help/8/ attention getters in essays help with essays assignments how do i set up a mail account on my iphone https://tasteofredding.org/7923-viagra-overnight/ essay outline generator thesis statement examples politics source link heroism definition essay https://thejeffreyfoundation.org/newsletter/buy-quilling-paper-online/17/ action research thesis where do i buy viagra online https://www.sojournercenter.org/finals/essay-help-others/85/ kindle paperwhite to buy in uk buy essays for cheap doxycycline with dairy the assignment mike murdock doctoral research proposal best friend essay writing Robby Wells, trans-humanist (and former 2020 Libertarian Party presidential candidate) Zoltan Istvan, and others.… Read more ...

Vermin Supreme takes 4th in NH, gets more votes than former Governors and Senators

From neon.com:

Bernie Sanders beat Hillary Clinton in a rout. Martin O’Malley, who dropped out of the race after the Iowa Caucus, finished a distant third.

But the fourth place finisher was a name familiar to many New Hampshire voters: Massachusetts resident Vermin Supreme, the perennial candidate best known for his campaign platform to provide free ponies to every American.Read more ...

Former VT Gov. recounts Bernie’s 1986 Independent campaign against her in endorsement of Hillary

In discussing her endorsement of Hillary Clinton, Vermont’s first female Gov. Madeleine Kunin (D, 1985-1991) recounts her experience in the 1986 gubernatorial campaign, when then-Mayor Bernie Sanders ran against her as an independent:

When Bernie Sanders ran against me in Vermont

Hillary Clinton is not the first progressive Democratic woman to be challenged by Bernie Sanders.

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NH: “preponderance of the evidence” that Sanders is a Democrat


Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders has long chosen to self-describe on the ballot and in Congress as an Independent. In spite of that, he has always caucused with the Democrats in the House and Senate, and has always endorsed the Democratic nominees for President. In exchange for this, the Democratic Party of Vermont has agreed since 1990 to not back any Democratic challengers to Sanders, even in years when a nominal Democratic candidate was on the ballot.… Read more ...