Welcome to the 2008 Presidential Election Resource Center, brought to you by Irregular Times. We've assembled campaign finance profiles, legislative records and ratings, rankings, merchandise, tracking statistics and news for each of the presidential candidates running for president under the Democratic and Republican party banners, plus some additional third party candidates we couldn't pass up. Follow the links below and to your right to uncover information about substantive political matters, primary schedules, election registration information and more.

Democratic Party Candidates

Hillary Clinton

United States Senator for New York

Hillary Clinton's legislative record in the 109th Congress

Hillary Clinton's legislative record in the 110th Congress

Irregular Times articles regarding Hillary Clinton

Clinton 2008 campaign finance profile

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Barack Obama

United States Senator for Illinois

Barack Obama's legislative record in the 109th Congress

Barack Obama's legislative record in the 110th Congress

Irregular Times articles regarding Barack Obama

Obama 2008 campaign finance profile

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Republican Party Candidates

John McCain

United States Senator for Arizona

John McCain's responses on 2004 NPAT

John McCain's legislative record in the 109th Congress

John Mccain's legislative record in the 110th Congress

Irregular Times articles regarding John McCain

John McCain campaign finance profile

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Third Party Candidates

Independents

Orion Karl Daley

Independent candidate via Balanced Party

Daley 2008 Platform

Daley Ballot Petition

Iraq Exit Strategy

Kelcey Wilson

Independent candidate via Unity08 (campaign status unclear)
Wilson 2008 Platform

Blog: Why Won't Unity08 Return Wilson's Calls?

Blog: Unity08 and Wilson Meet

Mike Gravel

Former United States Senator for Alaska

Irregular Times articles regarding Mike Gravel

Gravel 2008 campaign finance profile

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Green Party

Jared Ball

Statement of Purpose

Announcement of Candidacy -- Video

Announcement of Candidacy -- Transcript

Article by Jared Ball: Hip-Hop, Mass Media and 21st Century Colonization

Jerry Kann

Kann 2008 Platform

Announcement of Candidacy

Announcement of Exploratory Committee

Kent Mesplay

Mesplay 2008 Platform

Announcement of Candidacy

Interview with Kent Mesplay from Lifted Magazine

Interview with Kent Mesplay from Forum 21

Joe Schriner

Schriner 2008 Platform

Announcement of Candidacy

Joe Schriner's responses on 2004 NPAT

kat swift

swift 2008 Platform

Announcement of Candidacy
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Debate Schedule
(from You Decide 2008)

Democrats:

April 26, 2007: MSNBC Democratic debate from South Carolina
Jun 3, 2007: CNN Democratic debate from New Hampshire
June 28, 2007: PBS Democratic presidential debate at Howard University in Washington, DC
July 23, 2007: YouTube/Google and CNN in Charleston, SC
August 8, 2007: The AFL-CIO MSNBC Democratic debate from Soldier Field in Chicago
August 9th, 2007: Homosexual issues debate sponsored by LOGO and HRC on LOGO @ 9pm est
August 19, 2007: ABC in Des Moines, IA
September 26, 2007: NBC News/MSNBC** in Hanover, NH
Oct. 21, 2007: ABC News, WMUR-TV, and the New Hampshire Union Leader host a Democratic presidential debate in NH
October 30, 2007: NBC News/MSNBC** in Philadelphia, PA
November 15, 2007: CNN* in Las Vegas, NV
December 10, 2007: CBS in Los Angeles, CA
Jan. 6, 2008: The Des Moines Register and Iowa Public Television host a Democratic presidential debate in Johnson, IA
Jan. 15, 2008: The Caucus of African American Nevadans and Impacto host a Democratic presidential debate in Las Vegas, NV
Jan. 31, 2008: CNN and the Los Angeles Times host a debate of the Democratic presidential candidates in California

Republicans:
May 3, 2007: MSNBC Republican debate from California
May 15, 2007: FOX News Republican debate video from South Carolina
June 5, 2007: CNN Republican debate from New Hampshire
Aug. 5, 2007: The ABC News Republican debate from Iowa
Sep. 5, 2007: FOX News at New Hampshire’s Whittemore Center 9pm
Sep. 17, 2007: Values Voter Presidential Debate from Florida @ 7:30pm
Sep. 27, 2007: PBS hosts a debate of the 2008 Republican presidential candidates at Morgan State University in Baltimore, MD
Oct. 14, 2007: ABC News, WMUR-TV, and the New Hampshire Union Leader host a Republican NH
Oct. 21, 2007: The Florida Republican Party and Fox News host a GOP presidential debate in Orlando, FL
Nov. 6, 2007: MSNBC hosts a Republican presidential debate at Iowa State University in Ames, IA
Nov. 28, 2007: YouTube/Google and CNN in Florida
Jan. 5, 2008: The Des Moines Register and Iowa Public Television host a Republican presidential debate in Johnson, IA
Jan. 30, 2008: CNN and the Los Angeles Times host a debate of the Republican presidential candidates in California