Tag Archives: Rocky Anderson

PBS News Hour Gives Coverage to Third Party Debate, Letterman Shows Brief Clips

The PBS News Hour is an extremely popular television news show. Today it showed a five minute segment on the third party debate hosted by Free and Equal. Additionally, David Letterman’s The Late Show also did a brief segment, right at the beginning of the show–poking fun at each of the four candidates present.… Read more ...

Free and Equal Debate Thread

No one will be in charge, per se, of liveblogging this event. But this is the relevant place for IPR commenters to leave their thoughts on the debate that is being aired on C-Span, Al-Jazeera English, Ora.tv, and LinkTV. The debate will be moderated by Larry King and the participants include former Virginia Congressman Virgil Goode of the Constitution Party, former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson of the Libertarian Party, Dr.… Read more ...

Rocky Anderson: Where is your line drawn?


If a presidential candidate had embezzled government funds to pay off gambling debts to the Mafia . . .

You do draw the line at times, don’t you?

For instance, if a presidential candidate had embezzled government funds to pay off gambling debts to the Mafia, that would be a deal-killer for you, right?… Read more ...

Rocky Anderson’s Ballot Access

Found at http://www.voterocky.org/. Note that there are quite a few states where they are still seeking qualified write-in status.

Anderson is behind Gary Johnson, Jill Stein and Virgil Goode in ballot access, but is the only one of those candidates participating or planning to participate in every forum with the other candidates known so far: A Democracy Now!… Read more ...

Huffington Post Live: Gary Johnson, Rocky Anderson, Andre Barnett Debate

Huffington Post Live has a debate on the economy featuring Gary Johnson, Rocky Anderson, and Reform Party candidate Andre Barnett (on the ballot in Florida). Unfortunately, I have not figured out how to embed it, although other IPR writers are welcome to update the post with the direct video if they can.… Read more ...

Jill Stein and Rocky Anderson Will Participate in Democracy Now!’s Live Broadcast from Denver on October 3; Debate Interface Planned

Ballot Access News:

The first Commission on Presidential Debates event this year is at the University of Denver, on Wednesday, October 3. The Obama-Romney debate starts at 7 pm Colorado time and runs 90 minutes, and covers domestic issues.

That same evening, Jill Stein and Rocky Anderson will appear at a Democracy Now!… Read more ...

Presidential Debate Schedule for activists, occupiers, third party candidates, and independents

Presidential Debate round-up, reposted from onthewilderside.com:

Wednesday, October 3rd:
– Regular, duopoly debate will occur in Colorado
Occupy The Debates March at 5:30
– Occupy The Debates “Afterrally Party” at 9:30
– Third party candidates Jill Stein and Rocky Anderson will appear on
Democracy Now! 8:30 to 11:30. Real-time debate coverage and third party response

Tuesday, October 11th:
-Regular, duopoly debate in Kentucky

Tuesday, October 16th:
-Regular, duopoly debate in Long Island, New York
Occupy The Debate!Read more ...

Vote Easy web tool includes six Presidential candidates

If you are an undecided voter, or an independent that wants more choices besides President Barack Obama or Republican Mitt Romney, a tool is available for you.

What does Rocky Anderson, Virgil Goode, Gary Johnson and Jill Stein have in common with President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney? They are all running in the November elections to become the next United States president.

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Four Candidates Confirmed for Free and Equal Presidential Debate

I found this article on Facebook:

Free and Equal Elections Foundation announced today that four candidates have confirmed their participation in the 2012 Presidential Debate at the University Club of Chicago on October 23: Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson, Green Party candidate Jill Stein, Constitution Party candidate Virgil Goode, and Justice Party candidate Rocky Anderson.

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Rocky Anderson Nominated by the Independent Party of Connecticut

Rocky Anderson has been nominated by the Independent Party of Connecticut for President. This party last nominated a presidential candidate in 2008, receiving over 1% of the votes for Ralph Nader, which helped them to retain their ballot access for 2012. The party apparently desired a nationwide candidate for president to be on their ballot line in an effort to keep ballot access.… Read more ...