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Updates to People’s President Page 1/20/08

Okay, so the easy one was, I took Republican Duncan Hunter off the list, because he has withdrawn.

Some other actions:

Tightened up the Green Party list. Took off some candidates who are not on the national party’s list and have not seen much activity. Took off Jared Ball, who withdrew from the race the other day to support the Cynthia McKinney for President campaign. I have kept Elaine Brown on my list for now. Though she has withdrawn from the race, Brown is on the Green Party primary ballot in California and Massachusetts. I think some people are still thinking of voting for her on principles of diversity and fairness in our party. Elaine Brown is not the only person of color among the Green presidential contenders, though, she is probably the most outspoken person of color. I moved Joe Schriner to an independent, which I think describes his campaign more. Schriner is not in any of the Green state primaries so far.

Tightened up the Libertarian list. For research, I started with politics1. Took a few candidates off, including Gary Nolan. Politics1 did not have “Karen Kwiatkowski” on the list anymore. I did some checking and see that she seems to be extolling the virtues of Ron Paul. Added former “independent candidate” Dan Imperato as a Libertarian. Imperato came to the Green Party Annual National Meeting, but he did not flow with our platform. Glad he has found a political home. Imperato is now on the national Libertarian’s web-page as a candidate.

Hope my list is useful. It is partly designed to feature and give extra consideration to independent candidates, as well as third party candidates. As always, for a more disciplined list, you can always turn to: www.politics1.com, where publisher Ron G follows things extremely closely.

P.S. In my other life, I am the interim Coordinator of a non-profit. We held a candidate’s forum the other day that was pretty cool. In attendance were representatives from: the Draft Nader campaign; Hillary Clinton; John Edwards; Dennis Kucinich; Barack Obama; and Ron Paul. The coverage will mostly be simple lists, photos and video, to keep things unbiased. Photos are up now at www.peacesmiths.org.

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