The Power to the People Campaign sent supporters a copy of her acceptance speech to the Green Party of the United States nominating convention, delivered yesterday. For the text, hit the headlineâ€¦ [read more]
In a message to supporters today, Cynthia McKinney explained that while she has secured the Green Party nomination, she is still in the running for the Peace and Freedom Party nomination in California. As the nominee of the Green Party she is assured of [read more]
Drew Pritt writes that The time of death for the Green Party was just before 2:00 p.m. on July 12, 2008.
He bases this obit on the nomination of Cynthia McKinney as the party’s nominee. He places an photo of McKinney in an animated moment, next to the flag of the “Green Nazi Party” and explains why she is, in his estimation, an [read more]
It’s interesting to look back through past election results and see how some third party candidates for President have done really well in small pockets of the country. Either because their message resonated or because they had personal ties to a [read more]
Potential Minnesota Independence Party candidate for U.S. Senate, Jesse Ventura, was interviewed by Al Jazeera on April 9.
In the interview, he says of the two major parties: “They’ve turned the whole business of elections into panhandling and [read more]
Dr. Tom Stevens, the former vice-chair of the Boston Tea Party who abused his position of power to unilaterally delete a motion put forward by Tom Knapp, is on the ballot in Colorado as the presidential nominee of the Objectivist Party. Alden Link — who as a candidate for the Libertarian Party’s presidential [read more]