By Cassie Cope:
The Americans hope to rise, the Greens say they are refocusing and two petition candidates have millions to throw into their own campaigns.
Thus far in 2014, that is the story of the wild card candidates — the third-party and petition hopefuls — who will be on November’s ballot, where one third party will disappear from statewide races, another is making its debut and two candidates with personal fortunes hope to make waves in the races for governor and the U.S.… Read more ...
From a local FOX affiliate in South Carolina (video can be seen here):
COLUMBIA (WACH) — It’s not just Republicans and Democrats seeking the governor’s office.
Third party candidate Morgan Reeves says he’s gaining support.
The retired NFL player and Irmo native is the Green Party candidate.
Reeves tells WACH Fox News he’s disappointed with the lack of media coverage he’s received and says he wants to spread the word so people know he’s a real candidate.
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The state of South Carolina utilizes “fusion” for all offices. This allows the same candidate to be listed as the nominee for multiple parties, with the resulting votes totaled into one sum.
According to Ballot Access News, Barack Obama will likely be the nominee of the Working Families and United Citizens parties of South Carolina, in addition to the Democratic Party.… Read more ...