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Bob Barr stands up to white nationalists

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Could Barr/Root win electoral votes?

Stephen Gordon, a member of the Barr campaign and editor for Third Party Watch, has posted a hypothetical electoral map in which the LP ticket wins 18 states. Among the improbable blue states Gordon sees going “gold” are Michigan, Minnesota, Oregon, and Wisconsin.

Although most would consider Gordon’s scenario unreasonably optimistic, it does call into question electoral strategy.… Read more ...

Rumor: The LP may rehire Shane Cory

I just heard an interesting rumor from a friend who is attending the LP convention in Denver. Apparently he reports that there is talk of the LP rehiring Shane Cory. I’ve already heard from a number of people, include Shane himself, that Stephen Gordon will remain on as the Editor of Third Party Watch.… Read more ...

TPW founder Austin Cassidy joins IPR in senior role

Third Party Watch founder Austin Cassidy has agreed to join Independent Political Report as Publisher and Managing Partner. Says Mr. Cassidy:

I started Third Party Watch because I thought there was a need for a largely objective news source that covered the so called “periphery” of American politics. The site was successful, but I think the need still exists today and that’s why I’m really excited to be playing a role in creating the new Independent Political Report.

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Coup d’état in the works for Denver?

The Barr campaign is offering to bus people into Denver for the presidential vote. The chartered bus full of Barr backers will then immediately turn around and leave — “[n]o hotel fees or convention ‘extras’ needed!” Last Free Voice broke this story.

The message encourages supporters to “join the campaign be a delegate for Bob Barr.”… Read more ...

Goodbye TPW . . . Hello IPR

Austin Cassidy was an unlikely father of the greatest minor-party news site in the history of the Internet. After all, he was and is a Republican, and a thoroughly moderate one at that. He even supports John McCain for president!

But maybe that’s why the old Third Party Watch site was so great.… Read more ...