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BrendanD19
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8/7/2016 2:31:31 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
So we know the 4 candidates for President who actually have the ability to win the electoral college (Clinton, Trump, Johnson, Stein), but in addition to these candidates who can actually win, there are other candidates for president who are on only a few state ballots or even none at all. So here are just a few.

The newly formed American Delta Party (as in last month new) has nominated former Democratic Presidential Primary candidate and businessman Rocky De La Fuente for president and Michael Steinberg for Vice President. They will be on the ballot in 12 states which equal 111 electoral votes.

Darell Castle, Attorney and Former Constitution Party VP candidate, has been nominated by the Paleoconservative and Christian right Constitution Party. His vice president is Scott Bradley, former administrator of Utah State University. They will be on the ballot in 18 States (162 Electoral votes)

The Party for Socialism and Liberation is a Revolutionary Socialist party on the ballot in 5 states with 62 electoral votes. Their nominee is Gloria La Riva, an Anti-War activist. Her running mate is activist and journalist Eugene Puryear. The pair also ran on the PSL ticket in 2008. La Riva also won the Peace and Freedom Party's Primary in California and will likely be their nominee as well.

The Socialist Workers Party, a Castroist party, has nominated Alyson Kennedy, a coal miner, and activist. Her running mate is Civil rights activist Osborne Hart. They are on the ballot in 3 states

If you believe we should go back to the good old days of Prohibition, then Prohibition party candidate and former Tax James Hedges is for you. He is a staunch conservative who believes Alcohol should be illegal, and the first member of the Prohibition party to be elected to any public office since 1959. He is on the ballot in three states with 21 electoral votes.

If you care about Veterans and consider yourself a moderate, and live in Mississippi, then Veterans Party candidate Chris Keniston is for you. He is only on the ballot in Mississippi.

If you are concerned about Nutrition, then meet Restauranter Rod SIlva, founder of the Nutrition party and their Presidential candidate. He is on the ballot in Colorado.

Farley Anderson is the Candidate for the Paleoconservative, Pro-Gold Standard, Christian right Independent American Party. He is on the ballot in 3 states.

If you in Florida and consider yourself a Conservative, then Meet Tom Hoefling, founder of America's Party, and their candidate.
Not to be confused with the more liberal American Party of South Carolina, who have Peter Skewes on their ticket and are on the Ballot in South Carolina.

These are just a few candidates running for president who are unable to win, and thus will NEVER be president.
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8/7/2016 2:48:19 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/7/2016 2:31:31 AM, BrendanD19 wrote:
So we know the 4 candidates for President who actually have the ability to win the electoral college (Clinton, Trump, Johnson, Stein), but in addition to these candidates who can actually win, there are other candidates for president who are on only a few state ballots or even none at all. So here are just a few.

The newly formed American Delta Party (as in last month new) has nominated former Democratic Presidential Primary candidate and businessman Rocky De La Fuente for president and Michael Steinberg for Vice President. They will be on the ballot in 12 states which equal 111 electoral votes.

Darell Castle, Attorney and Former Constitution Party VP candidate, has been nominated by the Paleoconservative and Christian right Constitution Party. His vice president is Scott Bradley, former administrator of Utah State University. They will be on the ballot in 18 States (162 Electoral votes)

The Party for Socialism and Liberation is a Revolutionary Socialist party on the ballot in 5 states with 62 electoral votes. Their nominee is Gloria La Riva, an Anti-War activist. Her running mate is activist and journalist Eugene Puryear. The pair also ran on the PSL ticket in 2008. La Riva also won the Peace and Freedom Party's Primary in California and will likely be their nominee as well.

The Socialist Workers Party, a Castroist party, has nominated Alyson Kennedy, a coal miner, and activist. Her running mate is Civil rights activist Osborne Hart. They are on the ballot in 3 states

If you believe we should go back to the good old days of Prohibition, then Prohibition party candidate and former Tax James Hedges is for you. He is a staunch conservative who believes Alcohol should be illegal, and the first member of the Prohibition party to be elected to any public office since 1959. He is on the ballot in three states with 21 electoral votes.

If you care about Veterans and consider yourself a moderate, and live in Mississippi, then Veterans Party candidate Chris Keniston is for you. He is only on the ballot in Mississippi.

If you are concerned about Nutrition, then meet Restauranter Rod SIlva, founder of the Nutrition party and their Presidential candidate. He is on the ballot in Colorado.

Farley Anderson is the Candidate for the Paleoconservative, Pro-Gold Standard, Christian right Independent American Party. He is on the ballot in 3 states.

If you in Florida and consider yourself a Conservative, then Meet Tom Hoefling, founder of America's Party, and their candidate.
Not to be confused with the more liberal American Party of South Carolina, who have Peter Skewes on their ticket and are on the Ballot in South Carolina.

These are just a few candidates running for president who are unable to win, and thus will NEVER be president.

You forgot Mimi Soltysik of the Socialist Party USA, which is actually quite surprising considering you're a socialist.
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8/7/2016 3:43:07 AM
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There's too many Socialist parties. If they all united they might actually be a legittament party.
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8/7/2016 3:52:08 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/7/2016 2:31:31 AM, BrendanD19 wrote:
So we know the 4 candidates for President who actually have the ability to win the electoral college (Clinton, Trump, Johnson, Stein), but in addition to these candidates who can actually win, there are other candidates for president who are on only a few state ballots or even none at all. So here are just a few.

The newly formed American Delta Party (as in last month new) has nominated former Democratic Presidential Primary candidate and businessman Rocky De La Fuente for president and Michael Steinberg for Vice President. They will be on the ballot in 12 states which equal 111 electoral votes.

Darell Castle, Attorney and Former Constitution Party VP candidate, has been nominated by the Paleoconservative and Christian right Constitution Party. His vice president is Scott Bradley, former administrator of Utah State University. They will be on the ballot in 18 States (162 Electoral votes)

The Party for Socialism and Liberation is a Revolutionary Socialist party on the ballot in 5 states with 62 electoral votes. Their nominee is Gloria La Riva, an Anti-War activist. Her running mate is activist and journalist Eugene Puryear. The pair also ran on the PSL ticket in 2008. La Riva also won the Peace and Freedom Party's Primary in California and will likely be their nominee as well.

The Socialist Workers Party, a Castroist party, has nominated Alyson Kennedy, a coal miner, and activist. Her running mate is Civil rights activist Osborne Hart. They are on the ballot in 3 states

If you believe we should go back to the good old days of Prohibition, then Prohibition party candidate and former Tax James Hedges is for you. He is a staunch conservative who believes Alcohol should be illegal, and the first member of the Prohibition party to be elected to any public office since 1959. He is on the ballot in three states with 21 electoral votes.

If you care about Veterans and consider yourself a moderate, and live in Mississippi, then Veterans Party candidate Chris Keniston is for you. He is only on the ballot in Mississippi.

If you are concerned about Nutrition, then meet Restauranter Rod SIlva, founder of the Nutrition party and their Presidential candidate. He is on the ballot in Colorado.

Farley Anderson is the Candidate for the Paleoconservative, Pro-Gold Standard, Christian right Independent American Party. He is on the ballot in 3 states.

If you in Florida and consider yourself a Conservative, then Meet Tom Hoefling, founder of America's Party, and their candidate.
Not to be confused with the more liberal American Party of South Carolina, who have Peter Skewes on their ticket and are on the Ballot in South Carolina.

These are just a few candidates running for president who are unable to win, and thus will NEVER be president.

What a load of horsesh1t. These are vanity candidates, the lot of them.

Want your own party? Fine. Build the thing from the ground-up. Don't show up every four years (read Stine) and b1tch about how crappy the other party's are and expect me to applaud as you muck-up a national campaign.
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8/7/2016 6:09:37 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/7/2016 2:48:19 AM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 8/7/2016 2:31:31 AM, BrendanD19 wrote:
So we know the 4 candidates for President who actually have the ability to win the electoral college (Clinton, Drumpf, Johnson, Stein), but in addition to these candidates who can actually win, there are other candidates for president who are on only a few state ballots or even none at all. So here are just a few.

The newly formed American Delta Party (as in last month new) has nominated former Democratic Presidential Primary candidate and businessman Rocky De La Fuente for president and Michael Steinberg for Vice President. They will be on the ballot in 12 states which equal 111 electoral votes.

Darell Castle, Attorney and Former Constitution Party VP candidate, has been nominated by the Paleoconservative and Christian right Constitution Party. His vice president is Scott Bradley, former administrator of Utah State University. They will be on the ballot in 18 States (162 Electoral votes)

The Party for Socialism and Liberation is a Revolutionary Socialist party on the ballot in 5 states with 62 electoral votes. Their nominee is Gloria La Riva, an Anti-War activist. Her running mate is activist and journalist Eugene Puryear. The pair also ran on the PSL ticket in 2008. La Riva also won the Peace and Freedom Party's Primary in California and will likely be their nominee as well.

The Socialist Workers Party, a Castroist party, has nominated Alyson Kennedy, a coal miner, and activist. Her running mate is Civil rights activist Osborne Hart. They are on the ballot in 3 states

If you believe we should go back to the good old days of Prohibition, then Prohibition party candidate and former Tax James Hedges is for you. He is a staunch conservative who believes Alcohol should be illegal, and the first member of the Prohibition party to be elected to any public office since 1959. He is on the ballot in three states with 21 electoral votes.

If you care about Veterans and consider yourself a moderate, and live in Mississippi, then Veterans Party candidate Chris Keniston is for you. He is only on the ballot in Mississippi.

If you are concerned about Nutrition, then meet Restauranter Rod SIlva, founder of the Nutrition party and their Presidential candidate. He is on the ballot in Colorado.

Farley Anderson is the Candidate for the Paleoconservative, Pro-Gold Standard, Christian right Independent American Party. He is on the ballot in 3 states.

If you in Florida and consider yourself a Conservative, then Meet Tom Hoefling, founder of America's Party, and their candidate.
Not to be confused with the more liberal American Party of South Carolina, who have Peter Skewes on their ticket and are on the Ballot in South Carolina.

These are just a few candidates running for president who are unable to win, and thus will NEVER be president.

You forgot Mimi Soltysik of the Socialist Party USA, which is actually quite surprising considering you're a socialist.

Mimi is a friend of mine, but I didn't include him because he is not on any ballot in any state. Mimi has actually suggested he may actually vote for Jill Stein come election day, because you know, she'll be on the ballot.
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8/7/2016 6:15:02 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/7/2016 6:09:37 AM, BrendanD19 wrote:
At 8/7/2016 2:48:19 AM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 8/7/2016 2:31:31 AM, BrendanD19 wrote:
So we know the 4 candidates for President who actually have the ability to win the electoral college (Clinton, Drumpf, Johnson, Stein), but in addition to these candidates who can actually win, there are other candidates for president who are on only a few state ballots or even none at all. So here are just a few.

The newly formed American Delta Party (as in last month new) has nominated former Democratic Presidential Primary candidate and businessman Rocky De La Fuente for president and Michael Steinberg for Vice President. They will be on the ballot in 12 states which equal 111 electoral votes.

Darell Castle, Attorney and Former Constitution Party VP candidate, has been nominated by the Paleoconservative and Christian right Constitution Party. His vice president is Scott Bradley, former administrator of Utah State University. They will be on the ballot in 18 States (162 Electoral votes)

The Party for Socialism and Liberation is a Revolutionary Socialist party on the ballot in 5 states with 62 electoral votes. Their nominee is Gloria La Riva, an Anti-War activist. Her running mate is activist and journalist Eugene Puryear. The pair also ran on the PSL ticket in 2008. La Riva also won the Peace and Freedom Party's Primary in California and will likely be their nominee as well.

The Socialist Workers Party, a Castroist party, has nominated Alyson Kennedy, a coal miner, and activist. Her running mate is Civil rights activist Osborne Hart. They are on the ballot in 3 states

If you believe we should go back to the good old days of Prohibition, then Prohibition party candidate and former Tax James Hedges is for you. He is a staunch conservative who believes Alcohol should be illegal, and the first member of the Prohibition party to be elected to any public office since 1959. He is on the ballot in three states with 21 electoral votes.

If you care about Veterans and consider yourself a moderate, and live in Mississippi, then Veterans Party candidate Chris Keniston is for you. He is only on the ballot in Mississippi.

If you are concerned about Nutrition, then meet Restauranter Rod SIlva, founder of the Nutrition party and their Presidential candidate. He is on the ballot in Colorado.

Farley Anderson is the Candidate for the Paleoconservative, Pro-Gold Standard, Christian right Independent American Party. He is on the ballot in 3 states.

If you in Florida and consider yourself a Conservative, then Meet Tom Hoefling, founder of America's Party, and their candidate.
Not to be confused with the more liberal American Party of South Carolina, who have Peter Skewes on their ticket and are on the Ballot in South Carolina.

These are just a few candidates running for president who are unable to win, and thus will NEVER be president.

You forgot Mimi Soltysik of the Socialist Party USA, which is actually quite surprising considering you're a socialist.

Mimi is a friend of mine, but I didn't include him because he is not on any ballot in any state. Mimi has actually suggested he may actually vote for Jill Stein come election day, because you know, she'll be on the ballot.

Your criteria was "there are other candidates for president who are on only a few state ballots or even none at all. So here are just a few...who are unable to win, and thus will NEVER be president." Mentioning him is valid.
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8/7/2016 6:16:53 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/7/2016 6:15:02 AM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 8/7/2016 6:09:37 AM, BrendanD19 wrote:
At 8/7/2016 2:48:19 AM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 8/7/2016 2:31:31 AM, BrendanD19 wrote:
So we know the 4 candidates for President who actually have the ability to win the electoral college (Clinton, Drumpf, Johnson, Stein), but in addition to these candidates who can actually win, there are other candidates for president who are on only a few state ballots or even none at all. So here are just a few.

The newly formed American Delta Party (as in last month new) has nominated former Democratic Presidential Primary candidate and businessman Rocky De La Fuente for president and Michael Steinberg for Vice President. They will be on the ballot in 12 states which equal 111 electoral votes.

Darell Castle, Attorney and Former Constitution Party VP candidate, has been nominated by the Paleoconservative and Christian right Constitution Party. His vice president is Scott Bradley, former administrator of Utah State University. They will be on the ballot in 18 States (162 Electoral votes)

The Party for Socialism and Liberation is a Revolutionary Socialist party on the ballot in 5 states with 62 electoral votes. Their nominee is Gloria La Riva, an Anti-War activist. Her running mate is activist and journalist Eugene Puryear. The pair also ran on the PSL ticket in 2008. La Riva also won the Peace and Freedom Party's Primary in California and will likely be their nominee as well.

The Socialist Workers Party, a Castroist party, has nominated Alyson Kennedy, a coal miner, and activist. Her running mate is Civil rights activist Osborne Hart. They are on the ballot in 3 states

If you believe we should go back to the good old days of Prohibition, then Prohibition party candidate and former Tax James Hedges is for you. He is a staunch conservative who believes Alcohol should be illegal, and the first member of the Prohibition party to be elected to any public office since 1959. He is on the ballot in three states with 21 electoral votes.

If you care about Veterans and consider yourself a moderate, and live in Mississippi, then Veterans Party candidate Chris Keniston is for you. He is only on the ballot in Mississippi.

If you are concerned about Nutrition, then meet Restauranter Rod SIlva, founder of the Nutrition party and their Presidential candidate. He is on the ballot in Colorado.

Farley Anderson is the Candidate for the Paleoconservative, Pro-Gold Standard, Christian right Independent American Party. He is on the ballot in 3 states.

If you in Florida and consider yourself a Conservative, then Meet Tom Hoefling, founder of America's Party, and their candidate.
Not to be confused with the more liberal American Party of South Carolina, who have Peter Skewes on their ticket and are on the Ballot in South Carolina.

These are just a few candidates running for president who are unable to win, and thus will NEVER be president.

You forgot Mimi Soltysik of the Socialist Party USA, which is actually quite surprising considering you're a socialist.

Mimi is a friend of mine, but I didn't include him because he is not on any ballot in any state. Mimi has actually suggested he may actually vote for Jill Stein come election day, because you know, she'll be on the ballot.

Your criteria was "there are other candidates for president who are on only a few state ballots or even none at all. So here are just a few...who are unable to win, and thus will NEVER be president." Mentioning him is valid.

In my defense, I was low on time and had to go.
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8/7/2016 6:20:42 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/7/2016 3:43:07 AM, lannan13 wrote:
At 8/7/2016 2:31:31 AM, BrendanD19 wrote:

There's too many Socialist parties. If they all united they might actually be a legittament party.

Thats the problem the left has. The problem with unity though is that very few of us agree. PSL is more of a Revolutionary Socialist party with hints of Marxism-Leninism. They split from the Workers World Party in 2004 over a leadership dispute. The Workers World Party was formed after a split from the Socialist Workers Party in 50s. The SWP was formed after they were expelled from the Communist Party USA in the 1920s. We have a knack for sectarianism. And while I am able to work with many of them, many of them refuse to work with me, a moderate in the Socialist movement.
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8/7/2016 6:20:44 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/7/2016 3:52:08 AM, TBR wrote:
At 8/7/2016 2:31:31 AM, BrendanD19 wrote:
So we know the 4 candidates for President who actually have the ability to win the electoral college (Clinton, Drumpf, Johnson, Stein), but in addition to these candidates who can actually win, there are other candidates for president who are on only a few state ballots or even none at all. So here are just a few.

The newly formed American Delta Party (as in last month new) has nominated former Democratic Presidential Primary candidate and businessman Rocky De La Fuente for president and Michael Steinberg for Vice President. They will be on the ballot in 12 states which equal 111 electoral votes.

Darell Castle, Attorney and Former Constitution Party VP candidate, has been nominated by the Paleoconservative and Christian right Constitution Party. His vice president is Scott Bradley, former administrator of Utah State University. They will be on the ballot in 18 States (162 Electoral votes)

The Party for Socialism and Liberation is a Revolutionary Socialist party on the ballot in 5 states with 62 electoral votes. Their nominee is Gloria La Riva, an Anti-War activist. Her running mate is activist and journalist Eugene Puryear. The pair also ran on the PSL ticket in 2008. La Riva also won the Peace and Freedom Party's Primary in California and will likely be their nominee as well.

The Socialist Workers Party, a Castroist party, has nominated Alyson Kennedy, a coal miner, and activist. Her running mate is Civil rights activist Osborne Hart. They are on the ballot in 3 states

If you believe we should go back to the good old days of Prohibition, then Prohibition party candidate and former Tax James Hedges is for you. He is a staunch conservative who believes Alcohol should be illegal, and the first member of the Prohibition party to be elected to any public office since 1959. He is on the ballot in three states with 21 electoral votes.

If you care about Veterans and consider yourself a moderate, and live in Mississippi, then Veterans Party candidate Chris Keniston is for you. He is only on the ballot in Mississippi.

If you are concerned about Nutrition, then meet Restauranter Rod SIlva, founder of the Nutrition party and their Presidential candidate. He is on the ballot in Colorado.

Farley Anderson is the Candidate for the Paleoconservative, Pro-Gold Standard, Christian right Independent American Party. He is on the ballot in 3 states.

If you in Florida and consider yourself a Conservative, then Meet Tom Hoefling, founder of America's Party, and their candidate.
Not to be confused with the more liberal American Party of South Carolina, who have Peter Skewes on their ticket and are on the Ballot in South Carolina.

These are just a few candidates running for president who are unable to win, and thus will NEVER be president.

What a load of horsesh1t. These are vanity candidates, the lot of them.

Want your own party? Fine. Build the thing from the ground-up. Don't show up every four years (read Stine) and b1tch about how crappy the other party's are and expect me to applaud as you muck-up a national campaign.

Well, the Greens are an established party and run candidates in hundreds of races and are elected to many offices across the country. And they have the ability to win the electoral college as they are on the ballot in enough states, just like the libertarians. The guys here are, as you said, vanity candidates. They cannot win because they are so marginal and are on the ballot in so few states.
And no one expects you to applaud a candidate you don't support
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8/8/2016 12:17:59 AM
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Jim Hedges is actually one of the more liberal prohibition party members.
And the prohibition party isn't as conservative as people sometime stereotype it as. Yes there is a significant Christian conservative element in the party's official membership, but it still holds a diversity of elements.
The party's most recent platform includes support for moving toward free college and universal healthcare, stronger environmental protection, and the development of non-fossil fuel energy.