Recent reports on South Korean-American trade show that after two years of free trade, American exports to Korea have dropped by three billion dollars. The Reform Party supports renegotiating or repealing this treaty based on the following [read more]
Posted at modernwhig.org:
The Modern Whig Party of Delaware is a good example to all Whigs, Whig state chapters, and supporters across the nation in how you can get involved in your community. They are helping out their environment [read more]
By Eric Robinson
Massachusetts election reform bill, HB 3788, is currently being considered by the state House after passing the Senate, 37-1. At this point, the bill offers many reforms to Massachusetts voting which expand the voting rights of [read more]
Jim Cook at Irregular Times (posted March 10):
Three days ago, the Independent Voter Network posted a piece in which it quoted Nick Troiano explaining why he is running for Congress:
I seem to have heard that idea before… but where?
Do you remember what Americans Elect lawyer Daniel Winslow [read more]
According to this article by Jack Craver, The Pirate Party is running at least two candidates for office in Wisconsin, including a gubernatorial candidate. An excerpt:
“It would be an ideal if I won the election, however, I will readily concede that that [read more]
The Reform Party of California announced its support of Alan Reynolds for Lt. Governor. This is the Reform Party of California’s first endorsement for the 2014 election, and the second announced candidate for the Reform Party in the nation.
Alan Reynolds grew up in [read more]
The Whig Party of Georgia Submitted the required political party registration to the Georgia Secretary of State. The registration is required in order to have a candidate listed on any ballot in the state. The last time the Whig Party was officially [read more]
Via Ballot Access News:
Nick Troiano, 24, has set up an exploratory committee for a possible independent race for U.S. House in Pennsylvania’s 10th district. He had been Unity ’08′s College Coordinator, and had been the Communications Manager for Americans [read more]
“Students should be graduating in Massachusetts with independence, with resilience, with critical thinking skills, with grit, with the knowledge that they can overcome obstacles. We have to re-think the way our education system works to focus on those outcomes.” —Evan Falchuk
United Independent gubernatorial candidate Evan Falchuk today pledged “smart, brave reform” on issues including health care, fiscal policy, taxes, education and campaign finance if elected to the corner office.
Falchuk, an attorney [read more]
By Nestor Garcia
The door at the State Office of Elections closed at 4:30 p.m. Thursday. That was the deadline to have a petition handed in in order to have a political party placed on the ballot for this year’s election.
For the newly-formed [read more]
The Reform Party stands against the Transpacific Partnership. This trade treaty would open free trade with eleven Pacific Nations, including China. The Reform Party has several concerns about this treaty that it wishes to raise.
The first major [read more]
Desmond Thorsson: Gap Exists between What Voters Want and What the Parties Offer
By Joshua Alvarez
Desmond Thorsson is joining the ranks of a unique, if undistinguished, corps of American politics: the journalist turned politician.
In his [read more]