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Posts tagged as “Pat Buchanan”

MAPPED: Support for Third Party and Independent Presidential Candidates in 2000 by County

Twitter mapmaker @Mill226 recently created a set of county-by-county maps to chart the best showings of third party and independent presidential candidates over the past half-century. He’s graciously allowing us to republish some of his maps here on IPR. If you find these kinds of visualizations interesting, you should definitely follow him on Twitter.… Read more ...

Time Capsule: ‘Pitchfork Pat’ Buchanan Bolts GOP, Declares Reform Party Candidacy

Patrick J. Buchanan, the pugnacious conservative commentator whose insurgent candidacies briefly threatened the GOP’s frontrunners in 1992 and 1996, dropped out of the race for the Republican presidential nomination and announced that he was seeking the Reform Party’s nomination on the last Monday of October in 1999.… Read more ...

Nicholas Hensley Now Officially the Reform Party National Chairman

Longtime Reform Party National Committee Secretary Nicholas Hensley officially became chairman of the party on December 3 after outgoing chairman Bill Merrell took an early exit from the post.

Hensley was elected chairman at the virtual 2020 Reform National Convention last summer but his term was not expected to begin until next year.… Read more ...

Pat Buchanan: Will Churchill’s Statue Be Next to Fall?

Patrick J. Buchanan was the Reform Party’s 2000 presidential nominee.  He is a leader of the paleoconservative movement that prefaced the creation of the Constitution Party and other smaller right wing parties.  Buchanan published the following editorial today on his official website Buchanan.org:Read more ...