Posts tagged: Wisconsin

Apr 25 2013

Riley J. Hood: You Can’t Stay On High Alert Forever

Source: Independent Political Report

Riley J. Hood is the chairman of the Constitution Party of Wisconsin. He was a write-in candidate for U.S. Senate in 2012 and received 70 votes. The CP of Wisconsin currently has 4 members in public office.

“He ruleth by His power for ever; his eyes behold the nations:
let not the rebellious exalt themselves. Selah.” Psalm 66:7
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Apr 12 2013

Constitution Party of Wisconsin Chairman Riley J. Hood Talks About Unions in Latest Newsletter

Source: Independent Political Report

PARASITES

“What mean ye that ye beat my people to pieces, and grind the faces of the poor? saith the Lord God of Hosts.” (Isaiah 3:15)

By Riley J. Hood-CPoW State Chairman

What is a “Union?” It can mean a joining of organizations or churches, informally Read more »

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Apr 04 2013

Jill Stein: Several steps “Forward!” in Wisconsin

Source: JillStein.org

Congratulations are in order to Dean Loumos and Ledell Zellers, two Madison, Wisconsin Green Party members who were elected yesterday to the Madison School Board and the Madison Common Council, respectively!

There was good news in other parts of Wisconsin as well: Rae Vogeler, a former Green Party candidate for the U.S. Senate, was elected to the Oregon School Board. And the Read more »

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Apr 02 2013

Wisconsin Greens Fare Well in Madison Non-Partisan Elections

Source: Ballot Access News

Madison, Wisconsin, elected members of the city council and school board on April 2. Two Greens who had not previously been incumbents were elected. Ledell Zellers was elected to the city council, ward 2. Dean Loumos was elected to the School Board. This post has been re-written. Thanks to Mike for the news. UPDATE: also, a former Green Party candidate for U.S. Senate, Rae Vogeler, was elected in a non-partisan election Read more »

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Mar 16 2013

Region 6 Report To LNC

Source: Independent Political Report

Here is the link to the report.

Region 6 report to LNC

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Feb 04 2013

Jill Stein: Why a big win in Madison is a big win for us all

Source: JillStein.org

When Cheri and I ran for office last year, one of our main goals was to build the Green Party and to inspire new leaders to run for office as Greens. Great news! We are succeeding.

With at least eight candidates for office, Greens can gain a significant hold in Wisconsin’s capital city in elections these next two months. Two Greens are running for the Madison school board, at least six are competing for seats on the Madison city council, and the ranks of these endorsed Green Party Read more »

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Aug 27 2012

WI: Johnson’s an X factor in Badger State

Source: Watchdog.org (via GaryJohnson2012.com)

MADISON — With all the talk about Wisconsin U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan’s impact on the U.S. presidential race, the real X factor may be a governor with conservative cred, former Republican New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson.

Now a Libertarian Party presidential candidate, Johnson announced last week that he would be on the November ballot in Wisconsin. The LP, currently on 34 state ballots, expects to appear on the marquee Read more »

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Aug 15 2012

Wisconsin Won’t Enforce Presidential Elector Residency Requirement, Puts Green Party and Socialist Equality Party Presidential Candidates on Ballot

Source: Ballot Access News

On August 14, the Wisconsin state elections office determined that Jill Stein (Green Party presidential nominee) and Jerry White (Socialist Equality Party presidential nominee) should be on the November ballot, even though their slate of presidential elector candidates did not include at least one resident of each U.S. House district. The office made this decision based on a 2004 precedent from the State Supreme Court that Ralph Nader had won. Read more »

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Aug 10 2012

Four Presidential Petitions Filed in Wisconsin; State Elections Office Questions Validity of Two of Them

Source: Ballot Access News

The Wisconsin deadline for independent presidential candidates, and the presidential nominees of unqualified parties, has passed. Four petitions were submitted for President: Gary Johnson (Libertarian), Jill Stein (Green), Gloria LaRiva (Party for Socialism and Liberation), and Jerry White (Socialist Equality Party).

The state elections office rejected the petitions of Jill Stein and Jerry White because the board says there Read more »

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Aug 09 2012

Wisconsin Invalidates Socialist Equality Presidential Petition Because of Presidential Elector Candidate Residency

Source: Ballot Access News

The Socialist Equality Party turned in 3,200 signatures to place its presidential nominee, Jerry White, on the ballot. The state requires 2,000. However, the state disqualified the petition because the state says one presidential elector candidate needs to live in each U.S. House district. However, in 2004, the State Supreme Court ruled in favor of Ralph Nader, and said there is no need for a residency requirement for presidential elector candidates, other than that Read more »

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