Category: Constitution Party 2011 Elections

Nov 26 2011

Constitution Party Candidate for New Jersey Legislature Polled Over 10% in Race with Both Major Parties

Source: Ballot Access News

On November 8, 2011, New Jersey held elections for legislature. In the 24th legislative district, Constitution Party nominee Rose Anne Salanitri polled 10.2% of the total vote cast, even though she had opponents from both major parties. Here is her campaign web page, which says she is a Constitution Party nominee. She is somewhat well-known for having launched a campaign to recall U.S. Read more »

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Nov 11 2011

Election Victories for the Constitution Party

Source: Constitution Party

Election Victories…

East And West

Utah Constitution Party Officer, Bryce Hamilton, Elected To Duchesne City Council!

On November 8, Duchesne, Utah, held non-partisan elections for city council. Read more »

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Nov 09 2011

Utah Constitution Party Officer Elected to Duchesne City Council

Source: Ballot Access News

On November 8, Duchesne, Utah, held non-partisan elections for city council. Among the three winners was Bryce Hamilton, who is the chair of the Constitution Party Duchesne County organization. Duchesne is in northeast Utah and has a population of 1,610. Thanks to Frank Fluckiger for this news.

Click here to read Ballot Access News comments on this article

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Oct 04 2011

Third Party, Independent and Write-In Candidates In Today’s West Virginia Special Election for Governor

Today West Virginia is holding a special gubernatorial election. Besides the Republican and Democratic candidates, there are two third party candidates, one independent candidate, and three write-ins. The third party candidates are the Mountain Party’s (West Virginia affiliate of the Green Party) Bob Henry Baber, former Mayor of Richwood, and Harry Bertram of the American Third Position Party. Read more »

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Sep 13 2011

Nevada Special U.S. House Election Results

Source: Ballot Access News

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 »

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Sep 12 2011

Public Policy Poll Suggest No Candidate has Majority Support in New York Special U.S. House Election

Source: Ballot Access News

A Public Policy Poll released September 12 shows these results for the September 13 election for U.S. House, 9th district in New York: Republican Bob Turner 47%, David Weprin 41%, Socialist Workers Party nominee Chris Hoeppner 4%, undecided 7%.

Darcy Richardson’s Battleground Blog has this story on Hoeppner. No Socialist Read more »

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Aug 31 2011

Constitution Party Nominee in South Carolina Special Legislative Election Polls 16% in Two-Party Race

Source: Ballot Access News

On August 30, South Carolina held a special election to fill the vacancy in the State House, tenth district. Constitution Party nominee Dave Ballard polled 16.0%; his only opponent, Republican Joshua Putnam, polled 84.0%. See this story. Read more »

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Aug 23 2011

Poll Shows No Candidate has Majority Support in Nevada Special U.S. House Election

Source: Ballot Access News

On September 13, Nevada elects a new member of Congress in the 2nd (northern) district. A Public Policy Polling poll released August 23 shows: Republican Mark Amodei 43%, Democrat Kate Marshall 42%, Independent American Party nominee Tim Fasano 3%, independent candidate Helmuth Lehmann 3%, undecided 8%. Thanks to Political Wire for the link. Read more »

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Aug 18 2011

Q & A With Tim Fasano, Nevada IAP Candidate for Congress

Source: Independent Political Report

Cody sends this article along also. It is a Q & A with Tim Fasano conducted by the Reno Gazette-Journal.

Question: What can be done in Congress to ease the rancor between Democrats and Republicans to accomplish more for constituents?

Answer: Easy! We must remove the influence of money from lobbyists and Read more »

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Aug 18 2011

Tim Fasano: Nevada IAP Candidate for Congress

Source: Independent Political Report

Cody Quirk sends along this article from RGJ.com on Tim Fasano who is running for Congress in a special election:

Fasano, a former aerospace contractor, aerospace CEO and business owner, sees a parallel with his old profession and running as a third-party candidate in Nevada’s special election for the open seat in the 2nd Read more »

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