IPR comments on a previous post, Dr. Tom Stevens writes
In light of the continued failure of the LP in New York, the Personal Freedom Party will be giving it a shot in 2014. They just adopted a platform which you can see at:
This assumes that the LPNY in fact failed to obtain the 50,000 votes in the race for Governor that are required to obtain ballot status.…
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Morning Sentinel, on Independent gubernatorial candidate Eliot Cutler:
Cutler says he would establish an Office of Regulatory Review and Repeal within the governor’s office if elected. The office would “repeal or change regulations that are standing in the way of job growth,” according to an announcement from his campaign.
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