2006-2008 Libertarian National Committee Vice Chair Chuck Moulton recently posed 10 questions for LNC Chair candidate (and 2008 LP Vice Presidential nominee) Wayne Root. Root today gave his answers, below. (Moulton later posted an admission that if he had known [read more]
The Sunshine News has a blog article on the Constitution Party US Senate candidate in Florida, Bernie DeCastro. He claims to be the most conservative candidate in the race, specifically calling out Republican Marco Rubio as too liberal.
Is Florida looking for a U.S. Senate candidate who is even more conservative than Marco Rubio? Bernie DeCastro, the Constitution Party candidate, thinks so. DeCastro was in Tallahassee today to fill out his paperwork to run for Senate.
A former inmate himself who was paroled in 1984 and pardoned by the late Lawton Chiles, DeCastro now is based in Marion County where he runs a work release facility, helping inmates and addicts got on with their lives.
DeCastro questioned Rubio’s conservative credentials. “Marco Rubio is just more of the same-an attorney, a professional politician and a lobbyist,” said DeCastro. “His allegiance is going to be to the party.”
DeCastro said that Rubio will not call for abolishing the IRS and the Federal Reserve and has refused to back Glenn Beck’s 912 project.
“I’m the most conservative candidate of all of them-bar none,” said DeCastro. “I’m a constitutional conservative.”
Bernie DeCastro’s campaign [read more]
Scott Bradley is the Constitution Party of Utah’s candidate for the US Senate now occupied by Bob Bennett. He is interviewed here by the Cache Valley Daily.
This could be the year for a third party candidate according to Constitutional scholar Scott Bradley. Bradley is running for U.S. Senate on the Constitution Party ticket and is running against several Democratic and Republican candidates seeking the seat currently held by Sen. Bob Bennett.
On KVNU’s For the People program Tuesday, Bradley said there are a lot of unhappy people in the country and the two political parties have become irrelevant. He says the biggest question between Democrats and Republicans is who will have the biggest debt.
Bradley is a former administrator at Utah State University and possesses a PhD in [read more]
There is a story developing as to which ballot label Gov. Charlie Crist will choose to use if/when he leaves the Republican Party. Crist is running for the open Us Senate seat in Florida and is behind in the Republican primary by over 20 points. [read more]
The popular nightly comedy-news show The Colbert Report, hosted by Stephen Colbert, will host California’s Lieutenant Governor Abel Maldonado as a guest tonight, April 29th, 2010.
The Santa Maria Republican will appear on Comedy Central’s “The Colbert Report” to discuss Proposition 14, the open-primary measure on November’s ballot that he has pushed. It’s unclear how much interest Colbert will have in that; wonky election rules aren’t especially funny. So it will be interesting to see how the earnest-seeming Maldonado interacts with the off-kilter Colbert.
Proposition 14, for those who don’t know, is the “Top Two Primary” measure [read more]