Calling itself a “movement” of “millenials,” a website called The Can Kicks Back (TKCB) hasn’t yet made a public launch, but it is already at work behind the scenes to set up its organizational infrastructure. Oddly enough, in a posting on a jobs board TKCB
Let’s get right to the point: Three weeks ago, circumstantial evidence suggested that Americans Elect had violated its neutrality policy regarding presidential candidates. Today, Americans Elect has inadvertently confirmed it. Americans Elect, the 501c4 corporation that wants to run its very own candidate for President
Americans Elect is supposed to be neutral regarding presidential candidates. But two weeks ago, I shared indications that a resource developed by Americans Elect — the Americans Elect Campus Leaders recruited by Americans Elect National Campus Director Nick Troiano — was being used by a
Americans Elect is supposed to be neutral. But is the infrastructure of Americans Elect being used to promote David Walker for President? Look for yourself. Watch this new “Draft Walker” video featuring a series of college students: I can’t positively identify all of these students.
With a revision made public today, these are the three new members of the Americans Elect Board of Advisors, with details exactly as listed by Americans Elect: Alice Finn CEO, PowerHouse Assets, LLC Michael J. Horvitz Jerry Jasinowski The Former President of the National Association
The Committee to Get Walker Running, a group trying to kick start a Draft David Walker for President campaign, has 10 public supporters on the morning of April 21 2012. This count comes from a causes.com web page prominently linked to on the front page
Five names have emerged in the leadership of The Committee to Get Walker Running, an entity at draftwalker.com that yesterday morning was nothing but a splash page… …but which by yesterday afternoon was being used to vigorously (and with non-disclosed funding) promote the candidacy of
Americans Elect has a neutrality policy for itself as a collectivity and for its directors, officers and paid staff. FAQ: Does Americans Elect support any candidate? No. Americans Elect, its directors, officers, and paid staff do not and will not support or oppose any particular
Formal Call for Reversal of Americans Elect Board Of Directors Decision #1, a Violation of Rules and Bylaws
A formal request per Americans Elect Rule 12.2 for Americans Elect to reverse its decision to forbid delegate rule challenges of unanimous Board of Directors decisions. Will Americans Elect respond according to its own rules? Watch and see.
On the last day of January 2012, Americans Elect rolled out its online voting system by which identity-verified delegates could draft candidates to appear on the ballot for the Americans Elect presidential nomination. Americans Elect has indirectly referred to the number of people participating in
Despite Bylaw 6.1 prohibiting Americans Elect officers from acting or communicating to promote any possible presidential contenders, Americans Elect National Campus Director Nick Troiano can’t help but join the long list of Americans Elect leadership to float favored names. A Prezi presentation dated to January