Jun 21 2011

Maryland State Court Validates Green & Libertarian Petitions

Source: Ballot Access News

On June 21, a Maryland state circuit judge heard arguments in the lawsuit over whether the Green Party petition and the Libertarian Party petitions for ballot status in 2012 and 2014 have enough signatures. At the end of the hearing, he ruled orally that the petitions are valid. Thanks to Bob Johnston for this news. Read more »

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Jun 21 2011

The Strike: As Ayn Rand Predicted, the Wealthy are Going on Strike Against Obama.

Source: Libertarian Party (LP.org)

By Wayne Allyn Root, Former Libertarian Vice Presidential Nominee and creator of ROOTforAmerica.com

The U.S. economy is crumbling. Businesses are collapsing in record numbers. Jobs have disappeared. Tax revenues are down dramatically. Coincidence?

Everything happening today under Obama resembles the storyline of Ayn Rand’s famous book, Atlas Shrugged, one of the most popular books of all time, selling over 7 million copies. Read more »

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Jun 21 2011

Ballot access reform bill still alive

Source: Free the Vote North Carolina

CHARLOTTE (June 21) – An election bill that would dramatically lower the threshold for a new political party to gain and maintain ballot access in North Carolina may still be considered by the state General Assembly when it reconvenes in July. H.B. 32, The Electoral Freedom Act of 2011, passed the House in a bipartisan 68-49 vote, but the Senate adjourned before considering the measure. Read more »

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Jun 21 2011

Prohibition Party Holds Presidential Nominating Convention

Source: Ballot Access News

Ever since 1943, the Prohibition Party has followed a policy of nominating its presidential nominee in the odd year before the presidential election. The party is meeting for that purpose June 20-22 in Cullman, Alabama. The presidential nominee will be chosen on June 22. Two individuals are interested in obtaining the nomination, Jim Hedges of Pennsylvania, and Jack Fellure of West Virginia. Read more »

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