The Burlington Free Press (Vermont) reports that Senator Bernies Sanders has begun to consider a run for President in 2016. On October 17, he began a tour of four southern states with a talk at a high school in Philadelphia, Mississippi.
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The number of voters registering in a major party continues to decline in North Carolina, even as the total number of registered voters in continues to rise. As of Nov. 2, there were 6,475,017 registered voters: 2,764,123 registered Democrats, 1,990,192 [read more]
The Connecticut Post reports that 10 Green Party candidates will appear on the ballot in the upcoming Stamford election. While they did not put forth a candidate in the mayoral race, there are 8 candidates for one board, another for school board and one for constable.
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Jesse Ventura appeared on CNN yesterday. Asked about a run for President in 2016, he gave a clear “Maybe” in response. Below is a video of Ventura and Howard Dean on Crossfire.
Another premature trial balloon is being floated as Jesse Ventura is talking about a 2016 presidential run with Howard Stern on the ticket.
Read more at infowars.
Here’s the video:
In an open letter to President Obama, Ralph Nader writes: “Before you decide to attack Syria, yet another Arab or Islamic country that does not threaten U.S. security, there are certain constitutional ‘niceties’ that you should observe…” [read more]
Daniel Imperato, who may be considering an independent run for Governor of Florida in 2014, claims that his case with the SEC has been resolved. IPR reviewed documents from the court files and it appears that Imperato settled with the SEC, but the terms of that settlement [read more]
On August 3, Oklahomans For Ballot Access Reform reported attorney RJ Harris, a contender for the Libertarian Party’s 2012 presidential nomination, announced his 2014 candidacy for Governor of Oklahoma as a member of the Democratic Party.
In a Facebook posting, Harris announced his plan, appealing [read more]
From Ballot Access News, August 13, 2013:
he October 16, 2013 special election for U.S. Senate in New Jersey will probably only include four candidates. They will be the two winners of the major party primaries being held on August 13, along with two [read more]
Robby Wells (right)
From the Robby Wells website:
August 8, 2013
Charlotte, NC Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
2016 PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE, ROBBY [read more]
Florida LP Governor candidate Adrian Wyllie is touting his strong performance in a recent statewide poll, with 8.7% of the vote.
Wyllie’s numbers were better with Republicans (9.4%) than with Democrats (6.9%). Not surprisingly he did best with independent voters (11.1%), [read more]