The third party candidates

Here is a  site that lists everyone who is running for president.  In addition to the Republican and Democratic candidates and a long list of independent candidates, here are the various people running in other parties that have ballot representation in at least one state.  (Are any of you supporting any of these folks and can say why they should be president?):

AMERICANS ELECT:

AMERICA’S PARTY:

Tom Hoefling J.D. Ellis

CONSTITUTION PARTY:

GREEN PARTY:

 

JUSTICE PARTY:

Rocky Anderson VP Not Yet Named

 

LIBERTARIAN PARTY:

 

PARTY OF SOCIALISM AND LIBERATION (PSL):

Peta Lindsay Yari Osorio
NOTE: THE PSL MAY ALSO USE SURROGATE PSL NOMINEES IN SOME STATES, WHERE NEEDED FOR BALLOT ACCESS PURPOSES, AS LINDSAY (AGE 27) AND OSORIO (AGE 26 & FOREIGN BORN) ARE NOT CONSTITUTIONALLY QUALIFIED TO SERVE IF ELECTED.

PROHIBITION PARTY:

Jack Fellure Rev. Toby Davis

REFORM PARTY:

 

SOCIALIST PARTY USA (SP-USA):

Stewart Alexander Alex Mendoza

 

SOCIALIST EQUALITY PARTY:

Jerry White Phyllis Scherrer

 

SOCIALIST WORKERS PARTY (SWP):

No Candidates Identified To Date

And now, a tea party of the left

What conservative populists are doing to the Republican party, liberal populists are starting to do to Democrats:

A political rebellion is brewing inside an old funeral home near the state Capitol here. Frustrated liberals and labor organizers are taking aim at the Democratic Party, rushing to gather enough signatures to start a third party that they believe could help oust three Democratic congressmen.

Now, some of Obama’s supporters are mounting a defiant strike against the president’s party. The nascent third party, North Carolina First, could endanger the Democratic congressional majority by siphoning votes from incumbent Democrats in November’s midterm election, potentially enabling Republican challengers to pick up the seats.

Organizers say they are so fed up with Democrats who did not support health-care reform that they simply do not care.

“Our whole agenda is to turn that apple cart around and say, ‘No more are we going to blindly support you because you're a Democrat,’” said Dana S. Cope, executive director of the 55,000-member State Employees Association of North Carolina (SEANC), which is leading the effort. “We’re going to support you because you’re right on the issues and if you’re not right on the issues, we’re going to remove you from office.”

via North Carolina Democrats’ votes against health care push labor to form party.

It appears that NO ONE approves of the political parties and incumbent politicians. Maybe this could be the basis for a national unity movement.


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