Mississippi Secretary of State Recognizes the Shawn O’Hara Faction of the Reform Party

Mississippi ballots will print Barbara Dale Washer on the ballot as the Reform Party presidential nominee. She is the choice of the faction of the Mississippi Reform Party that is headed by Shawn O’Hara. The choice of the Reform Party’s national convention for President, Andre Barnett, will thus not appear on the Mississippi ballot. Barnett will appear in one state, Florida.

Here is a link to the Secretary of State’s list of candidates. However, it does not yet show which independent presidential candidates will appear. The deadline for the independent presidential petition was September 7, yet the web page has not been updated since before that date.

The Democratic Party has U.S. House nominees in two of the state’s four districts, but the Reform Party has nominees for U.S. House in all four districts. There are also two Libertarians running for U.S. House, and one Constitution Party nominee for U.S. House.


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Mississippi Secretary of State Recognizes the Shawn O’Hara Faction of the Reform Party — 15 Comments

  1. 3 states, 3 different Reform Party presidential candidates. Does she have a running mate do we know?

  2. Wonder what the Oklahoma Secretary of State would say about this. State parties deciding their own nominees – shocking.

  3. THE REFORM PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE IS AN OHARA RELATIVE , OHARA IS A DICTATOR HE WAS APPROACHED BT OTHERS INCLUDINGJACK FELLURE OF THE PROHIBITION PARTY FO A SPOT ON THE BALLOT

  4. the Dems are actually trying to replace their nominees in the 3rd and 4th, but the Republicans are disputing that they withdrew for health and financial hardship reasons

  5. The Reform Party just needs to go away altogether or merge with another party. They’re such a disgrace now that no one cares about. I hope they’ll merge with another party honestly.

  6. The Reform Party could’ve done what should be done in Presidential Primaries: have the candidate with the most delegates in a state be that party’s nominee in that state.

  7. Stick a fork in the Reform Party. We want Perot. No we want Pat Buchanan. No we want Nader. No, Ted Weill (who?). And now….yeah.

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