Black Panthers role as a third party

Worley, Willie, Jr. (Intelligence Journalist)



Black Panthers Role As A Third Party Although 3rd parties in the past focuses were not much in favor of addressing concerns of African American Communities. Third Parties participation in stigmatism was less damaging to our communities then the larger two parties. The history of both major parties continue to alter the progress of our communities. Not to say that both parties do not produce noteworthy candidates, independent or 3rd parties give you better leverage and control to support electable candidates to public office. On Wednesday November 26, 2014 U.S.A. Today writer Paul Singer published an article titled "Third Parties See Vote Totals Erode" subtitle "Candidates Couldn't Cash In On Voters' Professed Discontent." In this article it describes how our nation residents are tired of the Democratic and Republican parties. This article also informed that fewer votes were cast for independents or third-party candidates for senator and governor during the November 4, 2014 election. It was compared to the votes of other midterm elections since 1998. The article suggest several different reasons why major-party registration is dropping but independent votes are not dramatically increasing. One of them were, many of the people registering as independents are really partisans, and are a small number who are actually supporting the third party. I think Paul Singer article hit the nail on the head. The statement was made by Michael McDonald a Political Science professor at the University of Florida. Mr. McDonald described the political activist work that we as 3rd party Black Panthers has committed ourselves to. Although our party plan to appoint ministers of candidacy, we are inclined on supporting the best candidates from all parties. It's not about the party, it is about the candidate ability to be effective in serving the American people. No matter if you are Caucasian, African, Native, Asian, Latino, Arab American, etc., we will support you if you are for the agenda's in helping lift the stigmatisms that effect the Under, Poor, Poor working, Working, and Lower-Middle classes. We are the majority of voters, we are the ones pitted against one another and we are the ones effected by the many political lies by the many political charismatics. Through 2015 and up into the primaries in 2016, National Intelligence for African American Communities 3rd Party Progeny Black Panthers will be engaged in an expansion project. All Power To The People Willie Worley Jr Minister of Self-Defense NIAAC 3rd PPBP North Carolina Chapter

Author: Worley, Willie, Jr. (Intelligence Journalist)

Author Location: North Carolina

Date: 2016

Genre: Essay

Extent: 3 pages

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