Censored

All links to my campaign website at run (dash) alan (dot) run remain blocked. No explanation as to why; no appeal process that I can find. Since Facebook and Twitter now basically control all human interaction, this campaign may very well be dead in the water if there is no response.

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Loving New Mexico…

Had a wonderful and worthwhile time at the Green Party of New Mexico Annual State Convention, today in Santa Fe. Thanks very much to the NM Greens for the hospitality and a chance to say hello. There’s a great deal of work ahead for us all, and gratifying to see the dedication of the people who have stepped up to take it on. #GreenParty #NewMexico #GreenNewDeal

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On the Assange arrest

The curtain begins to pull away and reveal the country you actually have. It ain’t free. It ain’t yours. #JulianAssange

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The Plan

Let me put this as clearly as I know how: we’re a people seeking the fastest and most comfortable ride as we speed towards the cliff’s edge.

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Updates! We got ’em!

The transition of campaign web services to the new domain at run-alan.run continues. You can see the framework going up, but there’ll be a lot of placeholders and lorem-ipsum’ing for a while yet. As always, thank you for your patience. It’s all part of the nuts and bolts of politics.

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More than a coat of paint…

By now you’re already seeing changes in the style elements, but the re-connection to my Green Party roots involves a lot more than a simple re-branding. Soon we’ll be expounding on the GP’s Ten Key Values, connecting you with state and local resources, and talking about why Green is the only real choice in 2020. Patience, please, I do have a day job! 😉

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Pardon the (re-)re-construction…

As should be pretty obvious, I am back with the Green Party of the United States as of this date. This was not a decision made lightly, and the Green flag is no mere flag of convenience for me. I am committed to build and grow the GP in accordance with its Ten Key Values. There’s a great deal more work ahead, and I appreciate your patience.

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