[pp.int.general] American Pirate Party
ktetch at gmail.com
Sat Jan 23 02:22:13 CET 2010
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On 1/22/2010 6:46 PM, Ray Jenson wrote:
> If the Pirate Party in the USA can't get its act together and start
> acting as a political party here should, in promoting the issues through
> a candidate (even if it's a sure bet that the candidate won't win, or if
> the candidate is with a different political party--thus, "pirating" the
> candidates of others if they're good enough), then it's not a political
> party at all.
On the up side, this cycle (for the November 2010 election) we have:
a US Senate Candidate in Tennessee
A State house candidate in New Hampshire
A forming State party in Oklahoma
The late two have happened this month or so. So we're starting to get there.
We also had some ballot space offered in Connecticut (by the
Constitution party) for the 08 election, but we had no-one who could
fill the spots. We're doing better, but we've still got a long way to go.
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