Daily Archives: January 1, 2011

Sean Scallon’s Non-Partisan Resolution Passes Pepin County Board

From my fellow blogger at Conservative Heritage Times:

The resolution I sponsored before the Pepin County Board called for non-partisan designation of county offices and the state legislature passed by a 6-4 vote at our monthly meeting Wednesday.  I talked about the resolution at CHT on this post.

What I’m standing against is the socialistic tendencies which are becoming evident in party organizations more and more so over two decades, tendencies which run counter to our country’s founding and our Founding Fathers as well.… Read more ...

Napa County Greens call for investigation of police shooting

From the Napa Valley Register:

The Napa County Green Party supports the Poccia family’s request for an independent investigation into the fatal police shooting of Richard Poccia on Nov. 28 in Napa.

That shooting occurred during a house visit by Napa police. The police were responding to emergency phone calls from an unnamed friend, who was concerned about Mr.

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Eliot Cutler News Roundup

  • The Maine Commission on Government Ethics and Election Practices held a meeting Monday to clear up an issue still lingering from the gubernatorial election. The issue? Somebody had created an anonymous website attacking Independent gubernatorial candidate Eliot Cutler.

The end result of the meeting was the disclosure of the authors of the website.… Read more ...

New Year’s reflection from an electoral activist

Hope everyone is having a wonderful start to their New Year!

Tom Cleland of Minnesota

Tom Cleland is a third party activist and blogger from Minnesota. He was a volunteer for Green Party candidate Farheen Hakeem for Governor.

Tom posted at his blog:

Main Lesson of 2010

We forced the recount!

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