Monday, November 20, 2017

Gov. Jim Gilmore for President believes in campaign promises

Interview with Jim Gilmore Governor Gilmore is running for President to stop the jobs from being shipped overseas, increase wages, and offer his experience in...

2016 Democratic Presidential Candidate Michael Steinberg

Influence policies within the party platform Michael Steinberg’s goal is to get on the ballot in every state and territory for the 2016 Democratic presidential...

Candidate Morrison Bonpasse wants to correct wrongful convictions

REFORMING CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM, STABLIZING CURRENCY, REDUCING COST OF EDUCATION MAN WITH A MISSION Candidate Bonpasse's campaign is considered limited and its primary goal is to...

Willie Wilson believes Americans should come first

Dr. Willie Wilson wants equal opportunity to speak to the American people.. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhFaRySuSfc?rel=0&controls=0&showinfo=0] Economic Empowerment The employment problems in the minority community can be solved by...

Breaking The Establishment Process | Access Denied

Is Access Denied for Presidential Candidates by Parties... The major issue with the Presidential Elections is not campaign finance, it's access to the American people,...

Are minority leaders and voters asking the right questions

The question for minority voters should asking of candidates, will they help create an environment for us to succeed. The bigger question is will...

The Hispanic Electorate Will Choose the Next President

GOP May Need Support of Nearly Half of Latino Voters to Win Presidency in 2016 In 2016, the GOP will have to work harder than...

How much does it cost to hedge your bets on Elections?

The Kentucky Republican Party voted in August by a vote of 111 to 36, by the party's central committee to set a separate date...

Which Campaign is it for RAND PAUL “ Senate or President??

U.S. Senator or Presidential Candidate, Rand Paul attempt to hedge his bets on voters and supporter. Is it his failure to develop a comprehensive...

Senator John L. Scott, Jr talks about Minority Voter involvement

Senator John L. Scott, Jr., was elected to the South Carolina State Senate in 2008 representing Senatorial District 19, an ethnically and economically diverse...
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