US Marijuana Party

Thursday, January 19, 2006

Election buzz heating up (hehe...they said 'buzz")

The South Alabamian

Hehehehe...They said "buzz" and went on to talk about my campaign. Funny how things work out sometimes ain't it?

Governor, other races

On the state level, offices on the ballot in 2006 include the governor’s. Gov. Bob Riley has announced he will seek re-election as a Republican. Republican challengers include Roy Moore, former Alabama Chief Justice who was removed from office for failure to comply with a federal court order to remove a Ten Commandments monument that he had placed in the state judicial building.

Lieutenant Gov. Lucy Baxley is running for the Democratic nomination. Former Gov. Don Siegelman has indicated that he is a candidate for his old post but his recent re-indictment by a federal grand jury may force him to change his plans.

Drug policy and prison reform advocate Loretta Nall has announced that she will seek the Libertarian Party’s nomination for governor. Nall is well-known for her strong stance advocating the legalization of marijuana and is the founder of 35 chapters of the U.S. Marijuana Party.


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