We had a server outage, and we're rebuilding the site. Some of the site features won't work. Thank you for your patience.
imc indymedia

Los Angeles Indymedia : Activist News

white themeblack themered themetheme help
About Us Contact Us Calendar Publish RSS
Features
latest news
best of news
syndication
commentary


KILLRADIO

VozMob

ABCF LA

A-Infos Radio

Indymedia On Air

Dope-X-Resistance-LA List

LAAMN List




IMC Network:

Original Cities

www.indymedia.org africa: ambazonia canarias estrecho / madiaq kenya nigeria south africa canada: hamilton london, ontario maritimes montreal ontario ottawa quebec thunder bay vancouver victoria windsor winnipeg east asia: burma jakarta japan korea manila qc europe: abruzzo alacant andorra antwerpen armenia athens austria barcelona belarus belgium belgrade bristol brussels bulgaria calabria croatia cyprus emilia-romagna estrecho / madiaq euskal herria galiza germany grenoble hungary ireland istanbul italy la plana liege liguria lille linksunten lombardia london madrid malta marseille nantes napoli netherlands nice northern england norway oost-vlaanderen paris/Île-de-france patras piemonte poland portugal roma romania russia saint-petersburg scotland sverige switzerland thessaloniki torun toscana toulouse ukraine united kingdom valencia latin america: argentina bolivia chiapas chile chile sur cmi brasil colombia ecuador mexico peru puerto rico qollasuyu rosario santiago tijuana uruguay valparaiso venezuela venezuela oceania: adelaide aotearoa brisbane burma darwin jakarta manila melbourne perth qc sydney south asia: india mumbai united states: arizona arkansas asheville atlanta austin baltimore big muddy binghamton boston buffalo charlottesville chicago cleveland colorado columbus dc hawaii houston hudson mohawk kansas city la madison maine miami michigan milwaukee minneapolis/st. paul new hampshire new jersey new mexico new orleans north carolina north texas nyc oklahoma philadelphia pittsburgh portland richmond rochester rogue valley saint louis san diego san francisco san francisco bay area santa barbara santa cruz, ca sarasota seattle tampa bay tennessee urbana-champaign vermont western mass worcester west asia: armenia beirut israel palestine process: fbi/legal updates mailing lists process & imc docs tech volunteer projects: print radio satellite tv video regions: oceania united states topics: biotech

Surviving Cities

www.indymedia.org africa: canada: quebec east asia: japan europe: athens barcelona belgium bristol brussels cyprus germany grenoble ireland istanbul lille linksunten nantes netherlands norway portugal united kingdom latin america: argentina cmi brasil rosario oceania: aotearoa united states: austin big muddy binghamton boston chicago columbus la michigan nyc portland rochester saint louis san diego san francisco bay area santa cruz, ca tennessee urbana-champaign worcester west asia: palestine process: fbi/legal updates process & imc docs projects: radio satellite tv
printable version - js reader version - view hidden posts - tags and related articles

Election 2012- Former Green Governor Candidate Endorses Stewart Alexander for President

by Lynn Lomibao Sunday, Dec. 25, 2011 at 3:47 PM

Deacon Alexander has agreed to assist Alexander’s presidential campaign in Los Angeles and throughout California. Alexander’s campaign is presently seeking volunteers who are ready to help build a left progressive movement for working people. Stewart Alexander says, “I am glad to have the ‘Deacon’ on board.”

By Lynn Lomibao

While attending a meeting for the Socialist Party of California, former Green Party California governor candidate Deacon Alexander endorsed Stewart Alexander as a candidate for president of the United States in 2012. Stewart Alexander was recently nominated for president during the national convention for the Socialist Party USA.

Deacon Alexander, a former Black Panther advocate and long time Green Party member, gave his endorsement based upon Stewart Alexander’s commitment to unify a progressive left campaign to challenge President Barack Obama in 2012.

Earlier in 2011, Stewart Alexander had announced that his campaign would seek the presidential nominations for the Socialist Party USA, the Peace and Freedom Party in California, and the Green Party USA. In June, Stewart Alexander decided against seeking the Green Party’s presidential nomination due to the Green Party’s restriction on running a national campaign that would seek the nomination of other political parties other than the presidential nomination for the Green Party.

Stewart Alexander has not lost confidence that he will still receive support from many Greens nationwide; Alexander notes, “Many of the Green issues are the issues surrounding my campaign; creating good paying jobs and establishing a living wage, ending U.S. military aggression abroad, restoring civil liberties and repealing the Patriot Act, establishing a single-payer health care system, ending homelessness, and protecting the environment of the earth.”

Deacon Alexander has agreed to assist Alexander’s presidential campaign in Los Angeles and throughout California. Alexander’s campaign is presently seeking volunteers who are ready to help build a left progressive movement for working people. Stewart Alexander says, “I am glad to have the ‘Deacon’ on board.”

Find more articles: Stewart Alexander for President; Stewart Alexander 2012; Alexander/Mendoza 2012

http://www.stewartalexanderforpresident2012.org/

Stewart Alexander / Alex Mendoza 2012 – Socialist Party USA

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Stewart-Alexander-Alex-Mendoza-2012-Socialist-Party-USA/305242179487567

Socialist Presidential Candidate Stewart Alexander, OpEdNews: http://www.opednews.com/Podcast/Socialist-Presidential-Can-by-Rob-Kall-111214-765.html



Report this post as:

© 2000-2018 Los Angeles Independent Media Center. Unless otherwise stated by the author, all content is free for non-commercial reuse, reprint, and rebroadcast, on the net and elsewhere. Opinions are those of the contributors and are not necessarily endorsed by the Los Angeles Independent Media Center. Running sf-active v0.9.4 Disclaimer | Privacy