A former U.S. Senate candidate said third party candidates should be considered more readily.
Sunday, November 4, 2012
By Mark Greenstein Take the long-term approach. This is for 2014 and 2016. Voting Libertarian means you help put MANY House and Senate seats in play for 2014 and 2016. We lament that so few congressional seats are in play; third and fourth parties change that! Your vote counts MORE if made for a third party candidate. Four percent of the vote in just ONE state makes a difference. It could put the U.S. Senate into one party or the other party's hands. Even if it doesn't, it gets the party NOTICED in two years. Your vote counts MORE when it is used to punish wayward incumbents. Republicans in Congress who wouldn't stop Medicare Part D, McCain-Feingold, and "bridges to nowhere" DESERVE to be punished. Democrats in Congress who wouldn't stop …
There will also be a Green Party entry for President and Vice President.
Pennsylvania voters will see four pairs of names on their ballots when making their choice for the next President and Vice President of the United States on Nov. 6. Along with the Democratic Party's nomination of Barack Obama and Joe Biden as President and Vice President, respectively, and the Republican Party's nomination of Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, the Libertarian Party has nominated Gary Johnson and James P. Gray as its president and vice president. The Green Party has nominated Jill Stein and Cheri Honkala. Click on the names above to learn more about each ticket. Four other Libertarians will appear on Pennsylvania ballots on Nov. 6 in statewide races: Will you vote for any non-Republican or non-Democratic candidates? Tell us why in …