The Working Families Party is a labor-based party in New York that gave Governor Andrew Cuomo its ballot line in 2010. In New York one candidate can be listed multiple times if the candidate wins more than one party’s nomination. Cuomo is now reportedly [read more]
Laurie Roth is a nationally syndicated radio talk show host based out of Washington. Roth’s talk show is reflective of her own conservative beliefs. Ms. Roth has, in the past, been active at the local level in the GOP, but has now announced a run for President in [read more]
Former Libertarian Party presidential candidate and constitutional scholar Michael Badnarik has announced an endorsement of an independent candidate for Congress in Colorado. His endorsement reads as follows:
Like so many Americans, I have come to distrust my government, and I have grown cynical about the election process. My campaigns for President and for Congress made me realize how corrupt the process has become. Until recently, I had very little hope of restoring Liberty in this country without the use of violence. I am pleased to report that my hope has been restored. I have discovered Tisha Casida.
Tisha is a successful business woman from Pueblo, Colorado, who has taken it upon herself to run for Congress in Colorado’s 3rd District. That seat was occupied for six years by a Democrat who was unseated by a Republican in the last election. The people from the Western Slope of Colorado are already planning to unseat the Republican in the next election.
Tisha has wisely decided to run as an Independent to avoid the negative perceptions associated with running as a major party candidate. I recently spent a week in Colorado touring the district and listening to Tisha present herself to the voters. I found her to be intelligent, articulate, passionate, and personable. The people she spoke to were impressed by her integrity and delighted with her charm. I was impressed by her strict adherence to the principles documented in the Constitution. She was able to answer difficult questions with wisdom and poise. I consider her a very electable candidate.
I cannot predict the future, but I am certain that Americans will restore Liberty eventually. I don’t know where it will happen, but sooner or later a patriotic candidate of integrity will defeat the two major party candidates, beginning the much anticipated revolution to restore our freedoms.
It is well known that I hesitate to endorse even Libertarian candidates, however I enthusiastically endorse Tisha Casida for Congress in 2012. I sincerely believe that her campaign may be the first domino to fall in a long chain reaction that will eventually restore our cherished republic. I also plan to dedicate as much of my time and energy to her campaign as possible, and I hope that you will make the same commitment after you take the time to learn about her platform. Together, we can make this happen.
The Congressional candidate’s website can [read more]
Nevada’s most recent voter registration statistics were posted in October of 2011.
Green Party: 3,033 (0.27%)
Independent American Party: 51,535 (4.55%)
Libertarian Party: 7,111 (0.63%)
Non-Partisan: 181,960 (16.05%)
Other: 3,945 [read more]
Darcy Richardson, who has commented here at IPR for a long time and was once a contributor to IPR, is running a primary challenge in the Democratic Party against incumbent President Barack Obama. Mr. Richardson is now on the ballot in four [read more]