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In New Jersey: Twelve candidates for Governor

from Ballot Access News
New Jersey Newspaper Feature Story on All Gubernatorial Candidates

October 26th, 2009

The Morristown, New Jersey Daily Record has this [see link below] very long and complete story about the nine candidates for New Jersey Governor who have not been getting much publicity. The story, of course, features the Libertarian Party candidate and the Socialist Party candidate, and also the seven independent candidates other than Chris Daggett.

(excerpt from) The Daily Record on-line
Three choices for governor not enough? Here are another nine

…Most will gather this Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at Clifton High School, Passaic County,for their second self-organized debate of the campaign — a mix of idealists, populists, realists and conspiracy theorists who agree two-party politics needs an alternative and believe, most of them at least, that an independent could win…

From page 6 of the Daily Record article:

ON THE WEB:

Candidates’ ballot statements: http://tinyurl.com/govstatements
Jason Cullen: http://www.votecullen.com/
Kenneth Kaplan: http://kaplanforgovernor.com/
Joshua Leinsdorf: http://www.leinsdorf.com/
Alvin Lindsay Jr.: No website
David Meiswinkle: http://www.meiswinkle4governor.com/
Gregory Pason: http://www.votepason.org/
Kostas Petris: http://kostaspetris.com/
Gary Steele: http://garytsteeleforgovernor.com/
Gary Stein: http://www.steinforgovernor.com/

One Response

  1. Regardless of who Chris Daggett hurts, Daggett is not a spoiler and he can win.

    Daggett has broken 20 percent and can win. The Washington Post says at 20% there is a path for Daggett to win and political analysts say with 25% in the polls Daggett can win.

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    Spread the word about this pledge, so we can bring an end to politics as usual.

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