The Latest News from the Third Party Campaigns
Tuesday, October 31st 2000, 12:00 am
By: News On 6
November 1, 2000
Buchanan Discloses Campaign Funds
WASHINGTON (AP) _ Reform Party presidential nominee Patrick Buchanan spent $5.5 million on advertising during the first 18 days of October, nearly draining his campaign bank account, records show.
October 31, 2000
Buchanan hails Utah's Official English initiative
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) _ Reform Party presidential candidate Pat Buchanan has endorsed Utah's Official English initiative and he urged Utah residents to vote for him to send a message to the Republicans.
Nader troops label NARAL ads 'dirty tricks'
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) _ Supporters of Green Party presidential candidate Ralph Nader are labeling new television ads being aired by abortion-rights advocates in five states, including New Mexico, as ``last-minute dirty tricks.''
Nader Launches Second TV Commercial
WASHINGTON (AP) _ Ralph Nader launched his second TV commercial for his Green Party presidential campaign on Tuesday, as he came under mounting pressure from Democratic leaders to drop out of the race and back Al Gore.
Ventura prefers third party over Bush or Gore
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) _ Count Gov. Jesse Ventura among the nation's undecided voters.
With no plans to endorse a presidential candidate, and only a week left before Election Day, the Independence Party governor said he's having trouble finding someone to vote for.