Category: Reform Party 2011 Elections

Nov 10 2011

Reform Party Nominee in 2-way Statewide Mississippi Race Polls 24.3%

Source: Ballot Access News

On November 8, Mississippi held elections for all state office. The Reform Party nominee for Auditor, Ashley Norwood, was in a 2-party race against a Republican. Norwood polled 181,425 votes, 24.34% of the total vote cast for that office. This is the highest percentage for a minor party nominee for statewide office in Mississippi since the Peoples (Populist) Party showing in 1895. Read more »

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Nov 09 2011

Mississippi Election Returns for Reform Party Apparently Unreported by Any News Source

Source: Ballot Access News

On November 8, Mississippi voters elected their state officers. The Reform Party had nominees for statewide office in five races: Lieutenant Governor, Auditor, Treasurer, Agriculture Commissioner, and Insurance Commissioner. No news source on the internet appears to have any report of the votes cast in these races. The Secretary of State’s web page does not yet have any election returns. In two Read more »

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Oct 23 2011

Louisiana Election Returns

Source: Ballot Access News

The Louisiana Secretary of State’s web page has election returns for the state election of October 22 here. Scott Lewis, the Libertarian candidate for Governor, polled 1.22% in a race with ten candidates. Although that is not especially noteworthy, it is far better than the only other instance when the Libertarian Party ran a candidate for Governor. That other time was in 2007, when the party’s Read more »

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Sep 15 2011

Reform Party Endorses Martinez for Sheriff

Source: Reform Party National Committee

The Reform Party of New Jersey has formally announced its endorsement of Miriam Martinez for Mercer County Sheriff.

The Reform Party of New Jersey’s executive committee has voted to endorse Trenton-native Miriam Martinez, the CEO of Martinez Security and Investigations LLC, as their candidate for Mercer County Sheriff. Read more »

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Sep 09 2011

Mississippi Elections Officials Rule in Favor of the Barbara Washer Faction of the Reform Party

Source: Ballot Access News

On September 9, Mississippi election officials determined that the faction of the Reform Party headed by Barbara Washer is the legitimate Reform Party. Therefore, her faction’s nominees will be on the November 8, 2011 ballot for state office. They are Tracella Hill for Lieutenant Governor, John Pannell for Secretary of State, Ashley Norwood for Auditor, Shawn O’Hara for Treasurer, Read more »

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Sep 08 2011

Louisiana Candidate Filing Shows Few Candidates for Statewide Office

Source: Ballot Access News

Candidate filing for Louisiana’s statewide election closes at 5 p.m. on September 8. So far, five candidates are running for Governor: one Republican, two Democrats, and two independents.

For Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, Treasurer, and Insurance Commissioner, only Republicans have filed. For Agriculture & Forestry Read more »

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Aug 22 2011

Mississippi Election Officials Will Determine Which Faction of Reform Party to Recognize on September 9

Source: Ballot Access News

Mississippi is one of the four states in which the Reform Party is still ballot-qualified. There are two factions of the Reform Party in Mississippi, and each faction is running some candidates for statewide office in the November 8, 2011 election. On September 9, Mississippi election officials will hear from both sides, and decide which faction’s nominees to list on the general election ballot. Read more »

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Jun 12 2011

Three Minor Parties Enter Candidates in 2011 Mississippi Legislative Races

Source: Ballot Access News

Mississippi elects all of its state legislators in the odd years before presidential elections. All legislators have 4-year terms. In the 2011 election, the Libertarian, Reform, and Constitution Parties have candidates for the legislature. The Libertarians are: Harold M. Taylor, Sean Holmes, Jan “Jay” Butler, and Donna Knezevich (all are running for State House). The Reform Party candidates are Lajena Williams, Yasming Johnson (each running for State Senate), and Randy Walker (for State House). The Constitution Party candidate is James Overstreet (for State Senate). Read more »

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