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Unity ‘08 slows down

Unity ‘08 was an attempt to have a kind of national primary, and to put the winner of that primary (who might have been a major or other third party candidate) on a special ballot line around the country.The news is that Unity ‘08 seems to have given up on that lofty goal. Though, they are still holding on to their organization and ballot access struggle in some way.

We were alerted to this news by an e-mail announcement from the new, national, Independence Party, who was kind of saying Unity ’08’s loss, is the Independence Party’s win. -KW

Found other details at the tried and true: Ballot Access News

Money Woes Doom Unity08

Ballot Access News, Richard Winger, Editor
January 10th, 2008

On January 10, Unity08 sent its members a lengthy e-mail, announcing that it is giving up its goal of trying to create a ballot-qualified party across the nation, and then letting its members choose a presidential nominee who would use the organization’s ballot access.

The chief reason is lack of sufficient funding. Unity08 rightly lambasts the Federal Election Commission for a stifling ruling last year that limited individual contributions to Unity08 to only $5,000. The ruling was indefensible. The purpose of campaign contribution limits is to prevent bribery. In this case, Unity08 had no candidate, so there was no one who could have been bribed. There should have been no limit on individual contributions to Unity08, just as there was no limit to how much money Ross Perot donated to his Reform Party, when he founded it in 1995.

Unity08 might also have lambasted U.S. District Court Judge Richard Roberts, who has jurisdiction of Unity08’s lawsuit against that FEC ruling. All the briefs were filed more than 7 months ago, and he has not ruled in all that time. However, Unity08 said nothing about the lawsuit, except that it will keep the lawsuit going…

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