Monday, November 06, 2006

NJ's got choice

You don't have to settle for Ken/Menendez tomorrow. The NJ Senate race has 8 other candidates running. So there is absolutely no reason not to vote. If you can't find someone from this bunch to get behind, you're iiiiinSANE!

Daryl Mikell Brooks[1] - "Poor People's Campaign"
Brooks (from Trenton) is a former candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives in the 12th C.D. in 2004.

J.M. Carter - "God We Trust"
Carter (from Lawrence in Mercer County) is a minister & former candidate for U.S. Senate in 2000.

Len Flynn - Libertarian Party
Flynn (from Marlboro) is a long-time Libertarian Party activist. Supports reductions in spending, taxes and the size of the Federal government.

Ed Forchion - "Legalize Marijuana (G.R.I.P.)"
Forchion (from Pemberton Township) is a Rastafarian. Supports religious tolerance and the decriminalization of marijuana.

Angela L. Lariscy - Socialist Workers Party
Lariscy (from Newark) is a sewing machine operator and trade unionist. Supports amnesty for all undocumented immigrants, abortion rights and opposes the Iraq war.

Gregory Pason - Socialist Party USA
Pason (from Maywood) is a social justice activist and former union official. Supports abortion rights and socialized healthcare, and opposes the Iraq war.

N. Leonard Smith - "Solidarity, Defend Life"
Smith (from Hammonton) is a retired teacher, Korean War veteran and former member of the Camden County Board of Chosen Freeholders. Opposes abortion, judicial activism and supports veterans services.

Anthony B. Fisher- "Results, Not Rhetoric"
Fisher (from Denville) is a public librarian. Supports simplified and progressive taxes, socialized healthcare and environmentally friendly energy policy.

1 comment:

Sharon Baron said...

Angela Lariscy has my vote. Someone has to liberate her from the job you say she hates.

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