Tag Archives: Sedinam Kinamo Christin Moyowasifza Curry

Mike Gravel corrects the record on Campaign Email urging voters to donate to Howie Hawkins

In an email sent by the campaign staff of former senator and 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate Mike Gravel, Mike Gravel reportedly urged supporters to donate to the Howie Hawkins Presidential Campaign with the subject line “Mike Gravel Endorses Howie Hawkins for President”

Many individuals, including Green Party Presidential Candidate Sedinam Moyowasifa-Curry questioned the “endorsement”, due to the Greens still being in the middle of their primary but the Gravel campaign reassured that this decision was all Gravel’s.… Read more ...

First Green Party Presidential Debate in St. Paul, Minnesota

The Green Party has been running a Presidential Nomination process as other parties have, as such they have had some debates to help the members who plan to vote in their party’s primary. The first one was held on July 19.

The candidates who participated in this debate were Sedinam Kinamo Cristin Moyowasifa-Curry, Howie Hawkins, Dario Hunter, David Rolde, and Ian Schlakman (Via Telephone).… Read more ...

Interview with Sedinam Kinamo Christin Moyowasifza-Curry, Green Party Presidential Candidate

Show Premise: On E Pluribus Unum’s Fireside Chats I usually go over political news, . Though I will also do the occasional interview with a politician such as when I interviewed John Wolfe Jr, a minor Democratic Party candidate for President in 2012 and 2018 Senate Campaign, two times actually.… Read more ...

2020 Green Party primary candidates and speculation

Ever since it’s creation, the Green Party has been known for nominating candidates like consumer advocate Ralph Nader in 1996 & 2000, political activist David Cobb in 2004, former representative Cynthia McKinney in 2008, and physician Jill Stein in 2012 & 2016. It’s also been involved in a heap of controversy due to Nader and Stein being attributed to the loss of the Democratic Candidates in each of their latter races via the debated spoiler effect.… Read more ...

Jill Stein challenger, promising contested Green Party convention, says Stein has been “flagrant in violating voter rights”

The Green Party’s national convention starts tomorrow in Houston, Texas, and continues through August 7th. Jill Stein has earned enough delegates through state conventions and primaries to be declared the party’s presumptive presidential candidate, and selected her running, Ajamu Baraka, on Monday. However, she is facing four challengers (only one of whom, Bill Kreml, is officially recognized by the Green Party).… Read more ...

Full videos of May 9th Green Party presidential debate on RT America released

From American Third Party Report, May 11th, 2016:

On May 9th, 2016, three candidates seeking the Green Party presidential nomination participated in a presidential debate on RT America: Kent Mesplay, Sedinam Kinamo Christin Moyowasifsza and Jill Stein. Yesterday, the RT America program that hosted the show, Watching the Hawks, released the full footage of the debate, separated into two videos.… Read more ...

Stein leads unscientific online Green Party presidential poll

greencandidatesAn unscientific online poll on the race for the Green Party presidential nomination shows Jill Stein in the lead with 47.9%, followed by Darryl Cherney 27.9%, William P. Kreml 8.6%, Sedinam Kinamo Christin Moyowasifza Curry 7.1%, and Kent Mesplay 2.9%. In addition, 5.7% of the 142 respondents wrote in other names.… Read more ...

Five presidential contenders address Green Party annual conference

greensFive announced or potential 2016 Green Party presidential candidates — Darryl Cherney, Sedinam Kinamo Christin Moyowasifza Curry, Bill Kreml, Kent Mesplay, and Jill Stein — addressed a candidate forum at the Green Party annual conference in St. Louis Friday evening.

The 90-minute forum can be viewed below:

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Green Party says five may be seeking presidential nomination

greenballotIn a news release, the Green Party said “a growing field of hopefuls” may be seeking the party’s presidential nomination, with retired professor Bill Kreml, party activist Kent Mesplay, and 2012 nominee Jill Stein in the race.

In addition, the GP said, “Earth First! co-founder Darryl Cherney and California party activist KCM Curry have both been testing the waters.”

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