The Nevada Secretary of State’s web page shows these results for today’s special U.S. House election, 2nd district: Republican Mark Amodei 57.09%, Democrat Kate Marshall 37.11%, independent candidate Helmuth Lehmann 4.12%, Independent American Party nominee Tim Fasano, 1.69%.
New York also has a special U.S. House election today, but New York State Read more »
Update: Richard Winger of Ballot Access News just pointed out to me that unfortunately the filing deadline has passed. The election is in October. Oops. I guess the headline should have read, “Missed Opportunity for Third Party & Independent Candidates in Louisiana”.
There is a great opportunity in Louisiana right now for third party and Independent candidates to enter into State Senate and State House races, where there has been only one candidate who has filed to run.
Would anyone from the campaign like to officially deny for the record rumors that Gary Johnson is planning on switching to the Libertarian Party race? If the rumors are true, I understand you can’t confirm them and I understand why. However, if the rumors are not true, we can publish a denial. I have been told Read more »
In 2009, Green candidates won 35% of municipal elections that they entered. Given this figure, it’s not hard to see that with more Greens running in more local elections around the country, the Green Party could become America’s third major party in the course of a few election cycles. Here’s a shout-out to cities where Greens are leading the way by running more than one candidate in 2011 Read more »
By Wayne Allyn Root, Former Libertarian Vice Presidential Nominee
President Obama delivered a masterful and forceful speech on jobs last week. He must think we are all lambs, sheeple, or complete idiots. He must be counting on business owners being as ignorant as the traditional Obama voters who cry at his rallies and gush to the camera, “Now I’ll never have to worry about paying Read more »
On September 12, Kansas filed this brief in the 10th circuit, in Constitution Party of Kansas v Biggs, 10-4043. The issue is whether there should be a blank line on voter registration forms, to let Kansas voters register as members of parties that aren’t recognized. Read more »
Gary Johnson is a friend of mine. We’re fans of each other’s politics. We’ve spoken often over the past few years. He is a constant guest on my radio shows. I was honored to speak back to back with Gary at the Conservative Leadership Conference held in Nevada this past July. I was the opening speaker at FreedomFest, where Gary also spoke this summer. Read more »