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Golisano Won't Run for Governor of New York

Published on January 31, 2006, by in General.

Billionaire Tom Golisano said on January 31 that he will not run for Governor of New York this year. He had been the Independence Party’s candidate in 1994, 1998 and 2002. He had changed his registration to “Republican” and most observers felt he would be a candidate this year for the Republican nomination.

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Golisano Won’t Run for Governor of New York

Published on January 31, 2006, by in General.

Billionaire Tom Golisano said on January 31 that he will not run for Governor of New York this year. He had been the Independence Party’s candidate in 1994, 1998 and 2002. He had changed his registration to “Republican” and most observers felt he would be a candidate this year for the Republican nomination.

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Peace & Freedom Party Threatened

Published on January 31, 2006, by in General.

The California Secretary of State, Bruce McPherson, seems to be on the verge of reversing 75 years of precedent, and ruling that a party that first qualified in a presidential election year cannot be on the following gubernatorial election ballot two years later, unless it has registration equal to 1% of the last gubernatorial vote.

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Peace & Freedom Party Threatened

Published on January 31, 2006, by in General.

The California Secretary of State, Bruce McPherson, seems to be on the verge of reversing 75 years of precedent, and ruling that a party that first qualified in a presidential election year cannot be on the following gubernatorial election ballot two years later, unless it has registration equal to 1% of the last gubernatorial vote.

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Congressman Obey's Public Funding Bill Will Discriminate

Published on January 31, 2006, by in General.

Congressman David Obey’s public funding bill for congressional candidates will be introduced on February 1. The bill will be roughly similar to Connecticut’s new public funding bill for state office. If the candidate is the nominee of a party that had averaged 25% of the vote in the last two elections for that particular office,

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Congressman Obey’s Public Funding Bill Will Discriminate

Published on January 31, 2006, by in General.

Congressman David Obey’s public funding bill for congressional candidates will be introduced on February 1. The bill will be roughly similar to Connecticut’s new public funding bill for state office. If the candidate is the nominee of a party that had averaged 25% of the vote in the last two elections for that particular office,

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