Article: Who are the Occupy Wall Street protesters? (including political breakdown)

There is an article in the NY Times that reveals a Fordham professor’s survey of Occupy Wall Street demonstrators. Thanks to Independent Political Report for the story. Summary of question about political party identification. Of 301 adults who responded: 39% said they did not identify with any political party 24% said they were Democrats 11% […]

Huffington Post helps create race-issue smokescreen

KW: This is a slightly modified version of a letter I sent to the Huffington Post.  You can see the Huffington Post article, “Sen. Kevin Parker’s Rant On Race Video”, with their ridiculous and off-topic poll: here. Re: Your article and poll about Kevin Parker Dear Huffington Post, I am surprised and upset that you […]

Poll: Best Open-Source Non-Linear Video Editor

Ok,  so I am picky.  I need something that runs on Windows.  (Yeah, I know)  I also need something that can edit avi and mov/quicktime.  So the choices are limited.

New York State: Mixed reviews for new voting machines

KW: Here in my county, Suffolk, we had the regular, lever voting machines (though, there was an electronic one available for people with disabilities.)  A Green Party State Committee person who experienced electronic voting this week was very dissatisfied, and wrote a rant on a green list-serve. I prefer simple, and the old machines. Though, […]

New Yorkers Inching Toward Revolt

Love that headline! Anyone ready to start planning an independent or third party run for State Senate or State Assembly? The time is ripe! – KW (excerpt from) Elizabeth Benjamin’s Daily Politics blog at The Daily News Q Poll: New Yorkers Inching Toward Revolt August 18, 2009 Today’s Q poll finds a whopping 77 percent […]

Results from 3/3/09 Illinois Congressional primary

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

NY Governor hits historic low rating (Good news for third parties!)

Thoughts on the Governor’s race in New York for 2010 in light of Governor Paterson’s low approval rating. List of third parties who may be interested in running a candidate for NY Governor.

Voting FAQ for Louisiana, 2nd District Congress/3rd District State Senate

Update: 12/7/08: Anh “Joseph” Cao (Republican) won. Malik Rahim  got at least 3%.  The update on Wilderside is: here. More info on voting at bottom and in article: here 2008 Early voting in Louisiana is over! (It was Tuesday, Nov. 18th to Tuesday, Nov. 25th) Greens around the country have been focused on ways to […]

Video AND For Voter Support In Suffolk (631) 650-2301

Video of some of the volunteers with the PeaceSmiths, Inc. Voter Support Project. Please feel free to call with election and voting questions.

How the world sees us: BBC video of early voting

Who won the debate?

**Please support the 15 veterans arrested at Hofstra Debate. Information is here. Update 10/18/2008: We still don’t think this two-party only debates are fair. And, there were so many times that the candidates agreed (wrongly) on issues and sounded ridiculous, that having another voice on stage would be valuable. That said, Ian and I got […]

Cynthia McKinney poll numbers AND American voters want better than 2 major parties

Update 10/25/08: There is a newer Zogby poll that Independent Political Report cites as the latest on 10/25. It is here. (Cynthia McKinney is up slightly from the poll below.) – Discovered the polling date and the link to the article about voter choices over at Independent Political Report. Here is their headline, which includes […]

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