Thomas Keister, who was previously affiliated with the Libertarian Party of Indiana, has announced his 2016 presidential candidacy as the nominee of the U.S. Marijuana Party.
In his initial campaign announcement on his blog, he originally said he would run a write-in campaign either with the USMJP or as an independent:
So, wait…am I declaring myself a candidate for President of the United States in 2016?
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From Richard Winger at Ballot Access News:
The Marijuana Party, which seems to be a party organized only in Nebraska, is petitioning to get on the 2016 ballot. The party needs 5,395 valid signatures by August 1, 2016. If it completes the petition by February 1, 2016, it can have its own primary.
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By Pat Jenkins
An incumbent Republican, a Libertarian Party member and a candidate whose political affiliation is identified with marijuana are the choices for voters in the contest for state representative in the Second Legislative District in the primary election.
In voting that will end Aug. 5, Rep. J.T. Wilcox, who has risen to a Republican leadership position in his four years in office, is seeking a third two-year term.… Read more ...
Friday July 4th 2014 , will be a landmark day in our long standing struggle to achieve an end to the Federal Government’s opposition to reschedule T.H.C.
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
High Noon-3:00pm White House/Lafayette Park
3:00pm- 3:15pm Front of White House Photo opportunity
3:15pm- March steps off to Lincoln Memorial
3:00pm- 9pm Lincoln Memorial
(THIS IS A NATIONAL PARKS PERMITTED EVENT)
This has been coordinated with US Secret Service, National Parks, National Parks Police and D.C.… Read more ...
We need your phone calls now to protect Kentuckians’ property rights!
The news of the recent decision against the Bluegrass hazardous liquids pipeline made headlines and impacts from Wall Street to Bakken shale country. Those of us here in the real Bluegrass reveled a bit and then immediately went back to work on the multiple layers of advocacy and action we are taking to support Kentuckians’ property rights.… Read more ...
From the U.S. Marijuana Party website:
- Published on Tuesday, 18 June 2013
- Written by Sheree Krider
It has just come to my attention that William A. Chengelis, a.k.a., “Wayward Bill”, acting President of the U.S. Marijuana Party has been detained in Washington, D.C.
Apparently, per Jeffrey Kabik he was arrested following a handing out of a sampling of medibles.… Read more ...
Cris Ericson, who is on the ballot in Vermont as the U.S. Marijuana Party candidate for both governor and the stateâ€™s at-large U.S. House seat, said this week that she has been the victim of identity theft. On her campaign website Wednesdat, Ericson wrote, â€œI went to the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles yesterday to update my drivers’ license.… Read more ...