With a name like that, you’d expect the SuperPAC to based in Indiana. The offices of the Indiana Values SuperPAC are hundreds of miles away from Indiana, though. They’re at 1823 23rd Street NW, Washington D.C., in a posh townhouse just two miles from the White House.
As AE Transparency notes, Americans Elect Rules 2.2.2 and 3.2.2 specify that to qualify for any of its three rounds of presidential primary voting, draft candidates and declared candidates alike must obtain enough clicks of support by seven days before the vote occurs. The first
In Oklahoma tomorrow, voters have the opportunity to vote for Democratic presidential candidate Darcy Richardson instead of Barack Obama. Richardson is running for President as a progressive candidate, promoting the policies that Democratic voters support, but Barack Obama has abandoned.
Jill Stein won the Green Party presidential primary in Wisconsin yesterday, with a strong victory over Roseanne Barr and two other candidates.
Only voters registered with the Green Party in Wisconsin can vote, and the ballots have to be submitted by mail, to arrive at Green Party headquarters this Saturday at the latest. It’s on Saturday, then, that the primary results will be calculated and announced.
Newt Gingrich wants to be President so that he can build home for himself on the Moon? Fine. Let’s give it to him. Only, let’s not make him President of the United States of America. Let’s make Newt Gingrich President of the Moon, and then have the Russians ship him off on a Soyuz rocket to serve out his term there, in a capsule on the side of the crater, the ruler of all he can see.
Americans Elect Director Christine Todd Whitman promotes Jon Huntsman, in Direct Violation of Bylaws
News Item: Christine Todd Whitman Joins the Board of Directors of Americans Elect — November 2011. News Item: Former New Jersey Gov. Christie Todd Whitman, who is leading a group to draft a third-party presidential candidate, is encouraging Jon Huntsman to make an independent bid
Would you like to see a billboard supporting a primary challenge from the left for Barack Obama? The funding effort to stick one up needs $1,300 more by the morning of May 10. Spread the word and pass the hat.
As a U.S. Senator, Russ Feingold has persisted in defending Americans’ constitutional rights when other members of Congress walked away from the fight. That makes Feingold a perfect representative of liberals who have become disenchanted with Barack Obama’s abandonment of progressive causes.
There’s been a big to-do in the partisan Democratic blogosphere in the wake of Jeff Roby’s call for the formation and invigoration of a Dump Obama movement: It is time to develop a tactical focus to our discontent. Now is the time to begin a