Are you a disgruntled Democratic Party or Republican Party member?

Posted by Kimberly Wilder: Zabby is a political friend and colleague of mine, for whom we share some views and a similar level of passion: Message from Zabby: Welcome… Disgruntled democrats and disgruntled republicans, both women and men, who are willing to wage a coalition of primaries in the 2011 upcoming election for 19 elected […]

A Hopeful NY Primary Result: Monserrate and Espada out of the race

Kimberly writes: The quote I found for the voting results is from the NY Daily News: Bronx voters send state Sen. Pedro Espada packing; Hiram Monserrate loses Assembly bid… The quote I found for background comes from NY1:

First Wilderside LI Political Prediction for 2010: Suozzi, Cuomo, and King

Tom Suozzi hedges his bets:  AG or Congressman? Suozzi said that he would not rule out politics, but that it would be the state or federal next time.  Suozzi sits on his million-dollar bank account the beginning of this year to see what move AG Andrew Cuomo makes. If Cuomo seeks to primary David Paterson […]

NYC Primary: Dem Mayor candidate will be William Thompson

(excerpt from) The Democrat Herald New York City Comptroller William Thompson Jr. has cruised to victory in the Democratic mayoral primary and will face billionaire incumbent Mayor Michael Bloomberg. With 62 percent of precincts reporting, Thompson had about 69 percent of the vote. City Councilman Tony Avella of Queens had 22 percent… Primary for Public […]

Info on the NYC primaries: Tues. Sept 15, 2009

Update: William Thompson wins NYC Democratic primary for Mayor. Public Advocate race between de Blasio and Mark Green will probably result in a runoff primary needed. See links at bottom. The main web page for the New York City Board of Elections, with voter information, is: here. The Poll site locater at the NYC BOE, […]

In Calif: Fires affect polls; Green Party’s Cloward moves forward

from Green Party Watch Jeremy Cloward Moves Forward In California Congressional Race September 2nd, 2009 Election results were delayed tonight as firefighters from the 10th congressional district who have joined the battle against the raging wildfires around Los Angeles were given the chance to cast their ballots beyond the ordinary close of polls. However, with […]

NY State Senate: Party switching and accountability

Party Switching and Accountability The Democrats seem to be so stubborn on the coup. Yes, they are avoiding convening as a full body and that seems assertive. But, here and there Democratic leaders keep giving up arguing points and retreating from battles where they could and should push forward. Some of it is perverse strategy, […]

Nader puts negative spotlight on Democratic leader

In Virginia, next week, there is a Democratic primary for Governor. According to two polls this week, former DNC Chair Terry McAuliffe has now lost the lead. Over the last couple of weeks, Ralph Nader–who has run for President of the US under both the Green Party and independent banner in previous campaigns– has been […]

A Democrat contender for US Senator from NY? (ie: challenge to Kirsten Gillibrand)

from Politics1 NEW YORK. Congressman Jose Serrano (D) announced he is strongly considering a primary run next year against interim US Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D). Serrano, an ardent liberal, has strong ties in the Hispanic and progressive political communities. Serrano’s announcement comes just after US Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) predicted that in the end Gillibrand […]

Randy Credico for Senate on radio today at 10:30 am EST

Tuesday,  April 14th 2009 at 10:30 am, Randy Credico – comedian and activist – will discuss his possible run against Senator Charles Schumer (NY-Dem). Credico will appear on the Fred Dicker Show. stream the fred dicker show live: talk1300.com at 1030 am also Since Mr. Credico will be out of town on Thursday to talk […]

Results from 3/3/09 Illinois Congressional primary

Election results from primary for Congress in Illinois: Democrat. Republican. Green Party.

Where to go for Suffolk County Primary Results

Update: September 2010 primary results are at the Suffolk Boe: here. Note: There are problems with the new voting machines. Be sure to go early to vote! _ Update: September 2009 primary results are at the Suffolk BOE: here. If you want results from today’s Republican and Democratic primaries in Suffolk County, you should be […]

Tues. September 9, 2008: Primaries in Long Island

Update!: For primary results, go to the Board of Elections: here. KW: I think it is so sad that if you google-news search primaries and Long Island, all you come up with is one article from Newsday (below) (which newspaper is not always a very effective media, and whose political reporters have strong biases.) Oh, […]

rosa clemente wraps up…

reads off names of political prisoners and freedom fighters present and past…mumia, harriet tubman, leonard peltierm, fannie lou hayma…we will no longer be fooled by george bush, the republicans, or the democrats…another world is possible…drop the democrats…go on monday and join the green party…standing ovation…clapping…she is still speaking…power to the people…dig at obama…can’t accept the […]

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