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Oregon Progressive, Pacific Green Candidate Endorses Democrat in Governor’s Race

The Progressive and Pacific Green Parties candidate recently withdrew from the Oregon gubernatorial election, throwing support behind another fusion candidate in an already contentious race.

Nathalie Paravicini, who previously ran for Oregon Secretary of State as the Oregon Progressive and Pacific Green Parties candidate in the 2020 cycle, will not contest this year’s gubernatorial election.… Read more ...

New Hampshire Libertarian Candidates Win Democratic Primary Races

Two Libertarian candidates in New Hampshire organized successful write-in campaigns to win county positions on last Tuesday’s Democratic primary ballot.

Nicholas Sarwark and Richard Manzo, who already met the requirements to appear as Libertarian candidates in the Hillsborough County Attorney and Treasurer elections before last Tuesday’s primary election, will now also appear on the ballot as the official Democratic nominees.Read more ...

Massachusetts Third Party Candidates Garner Strong Support in Early Polls

A recent poll of likely Massachusetts midterm voters shows strong support for Libertarian and Green-Rainbow candidates in the upcoming general election.

The Suffolk University/Boston Globe/NBC10 Boston/Telemundo poll shows almost every third-party candidate for statewide office earning over three percent of the vote, the amount of support required to secure major party status.… Read more ...