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NADER/LADUKE 1996 Presidential Campaign Report

NADER/LADUKE 1996 Presidential Campaign Report

Before 1996, the Greens had never run for the presidency. If they were to enter the race, most Greens felt it should not be to wage a traditional candidate-centered, personality-driven campaign. Rather, it should be to build the Green movement and advance a bottom-up politics. As it turned out, the candidacy of Ralph Nader and Winona LaDuke did just that. In November, 1995 Nader officially announced that heíd enter the Green Party of Californiaís 1996 presidential primary the following March….

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The Road to Chicago

The Road to Chicago

Tom Yager, Presidential Campaign Support Committee In August 2007, the Green National Committee voted to hold the 2008 Presidential Nominating Convention in Chicago from July 10-13. A great deal of work is necessary for the success of the Green Party’s nomination process. The Presidential Campaign Support Committee (PCSC), the Committee on Bylaws, Rules, Policies and Procedures (BRPP), the Annual National Meeting Committee and Convention Credentials Committee all have key roles in making it happen. The BRPP has written convention rules,…

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Democrats Tighten Noose On Nader In Punitive Attack On “Third Party” Candidates

Democrats Tighten Noose On Nader In Punitive Attack On “Third Party” Candidates

Democrats Tighten Noose On Nader In Punitive Attack On “Third Party” Candidates by Michael Richardson “Major party interests naturally lean more toward rigging and sabotaging than insuring fair and competitive fights.” – Mark Brown The Democrats are tightening the financial noose around Ralph Nader for his failed bid to obtain ballot access in Pennsylvania during his 2004 Presidential campaign. Nader had been deprived a place on the ballot after extensive litigation brought by the Democrats, and was later assessed a…

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