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Posts tagged as “NYC mayoral election 2013”

Minor Party Candidates to Participate In NYC Mayoral Debate June 2nd

The following is a May 30th email sent out by Carl Person, the Reform Party’s candidate for mayor of New York City in the  November 2013 elections. Person was previously involved with the Libertarian Party, running as its candidate for Attorney General of New York in 2010, earning 36,488 votes, 0r 0.48%.Read more ...

Reform Party NYC Mayoral Candidate Carl Person Announces “Excluded Candidates Debates”

Here is something which may help all 3rd party candidates – joining forces by third party candidates and their parties to hold a series of EXCLUDED CANDIDATE DEBATES.

I’m attaching the form letter I’m now mailing to high school principals (there are 328 public and 302 private high schools in NYC) to obtain locations for the debates.

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Celeste Katz: Joe Lhota Will Decline Libertarian Party Nomination; Won’t Co-Star With Kristin Davis

The following is an April 10th article by Celeste Katz, published on the New York Daily News website.

Republican Joe Lhota may appear on Libertarian Party petitions alongside “Manhattan Madam” Kristin Davis, but he won’t be showing up on the ballot as her running mate.… Read more ...

Kristin Davis Declines LP Nomination For NYC Mayor To Run For Comptroller

The following is an April 10th post on Dr. Tom Stevens’s blog, Liberty Lion.

In a surprise move, Kristin Davis, who was almost guaranteed the Libertarian Party’s Mayoral Nomination after receiving the endorsement of the Libertarian Party of Queens County, the largest and most active of the Libertarian Party County Organizations in New York City, declined the nomination she received from the floor of the New York City Nominating Convention held on April 9, 2013 at the New York Irish Center in Long Island City, announcing instead her desire to run for Comptroller against Scott Stringer, the probable Democratic Nominee.… Read more ...