Monthly Archives: September 2012
California Governor Vetoes Bill to Outlaw Paying Registration Drive Workers on a Per-Registration Card Basis
On September 30, California Governor Jerry Brown vetoed AB 145, the bill to outlaw paying voter registration drive workers on a per-registration card basis. Here is his veto message. He had vetoed a similar bill last year. Thanks to Kevin Takenaga for this news.
On September 30, California Governor Jerry Brown vetoed SB 1233, which would have required that the text of initiative petitions be translated into languages other than English. Circulators would be required to have all versions of the text when they work. Here is his veto message.
Jill Stein and Rocky Anderson Will Participate in Democracy Now!'s Live Broadcast from Denver on October 3; Debate Interface Planned
The first Commission on Presidential Debates event this year is at the University of Denver, on Wednesday, October 3. The Obama-Romney debate starts at 7 pm Colorado time and runs 90 minutes, and covers domestic issues. That same evening, Jill Stein and Rocky Anderson will appear at a Democracy Now! live event at the Central […]
On September 29, Salon posted this interesting interview with Virgil Goode. UPDATE: also, see this lengthy Washington Post story about his campaign.
Norwich Bulletin, Major Newspaper in Eastern Connecticut, Says Newspapers Should Treat All Candidates Equally
The Norwich Bulletin has this editorial, explaining that the newspaper’s policy is to invite all ballot-listed candidates to appear before its editorial board. The editorial also says that the media in general should treat all ballot-listed candidates equally, and that candidate debates should include all such candidates. The Norwich Bulletin is one of the two […]
See this interesting post at Independent Political Report, which says that three of the ten sponsors for the Commission on Presidential Debates have withdrawn, due to protests that the Commission stifles free discourse by its restrictive invitation rules.