The Citizens Party is conducting a month long survey to gather feedback from the public. The 36 question survey is designed to give the public the opportunity to impact the party platform, submit “Citizen Questions” that will be asked of our 2012 Presidential candidates and give general feedback about the party and website (VoteCitizens.Org).
You can take the 2011 Citizens Party Survey here.
2012 Citizens Party Presidential Candidate List as of 6/2/2011
Already Announced/ Very Likely to Announce Soon:
Mark Graham (West Virginia)
Keith John Ferguson (Minnesota)
Charles Earl Harvey (North Carolina)
Max Rieske (Michigan)
Somewhat Likely to Seek Citizens Party Nomination Soon
Frank McEnulty (California)
Gary Rostad (California)
8+ Likely Draft Candidates*
*We will post the list of potential draft candidates in future Candidate List updates.
Dropped Out of Race for Citizens Party Nomination
Roger Nichols (Missouri)
The Citizens Party has launched a new group, Draft Dawn Stensland Mendte on VoteCitizens.Org. The group is designed to urge and convince Dawn Stensland Mendte to run for office as a Citizens Party candidate in 2011, 2012 or 2014.
Our transition from the New American Independent Party to the Citizens Party is nearly complete. Our new website, VoteCitizens.Org is up and running. We have a new wikipedia page and a growing footprint on twitter, facebook, LinkedIn, myspace, tribe, gather, digg, Stumbleupon, yahoo groups, google groups and many more social network / new media sites.
Mark Graham of Florida has officially announce intentions to seek the 2012 New American Independent Party nomination for President of the United States of America. Graham is a New American Independent Party of Florida state committee member.
This blog will post additional information about the Mark Graham for President campaign and all other NAIP candidates as we proceed towards the 2012 elections. Over a dozen citizens have expressed an interest in seeking the NAIP Presidential nomination in 2012.
Roger Nichols becomes first to officially seek the 2012 NAIP nomination for President of the United States
updated 6/1/2011: Roger Nichols has withdrawn from the race for the 2012 Citizens Party Presidential nomination.
Roger Nichols of Missouri has become the first candidate to officially announce intentions to seek the 2012 New American Independent Party nomination for President of the United States of America. Nichols is the NAIP state chairman of Missouri.
Just a sample from the Roger Nichols for President campaign platform includes:
– Immigration Reform & Border Security
– Create Jobs & Help Small Business
– Reduce the Federal Deficit
– Cut Government Waste
– Bring Fiscal Discipline to Washington D.C.
– Improve Veteran Benefits
– Protect Gun Rights
This blog will post additional information about the Roger Nichols for President campaign and all other NAIP candidates as we proceed towards the 2012 elections. Over a dozen citizens have expressed an interest in seeking the NAIP Presidential nomination in 2012.
By Larry Mendte
The Philly Post
An angry electorate is shaking things up across the country. Fed up with an ever growing government that cannot control its own spending, voters are ignoring the endorsements of political leaders, pundits and parties and choosing candidates who promise to change business as usual in Washington. Read entire article.