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September 8, 2000 | From Associated Press
A California state judge declined Thursday to block presidential hopeful John Hagelin from campaigning under the Reform Party's banner. A faction of the party aligned with rival Pat Buchanan had asked Long Beach Superior Court Judge James L. Wright to force Hagelin and his loyalists to stop a broad array of political activities. Wright refused to do so after meeting privately with lawyers for both sides.
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September 8, 2000 | From Associated Press
A California state judge declined Thursday to block presidential hopeful John Hagelin from campaigning under the Reform Party's banner. A faction of the party aligned with rival Pat Buchanan had asked Long Beach Superior Court Judge James L. Wright to force Hagelin and his loyalists to stop a broad array of political activities. Wright refused to do so after meeting privately with lawyers for both sides.
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July 3, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
Former Republican Pat Buchanan will face John Hagelin, leader of the Natural Law Party, for the Reform Party presidential nomination, and the $12.6 million in federal campaign funds that go with it, Reform leaders announced. Ballots will be mailed to thousands of interested voters around the country later this week, according to Michael Farris, chairman of the Reform Party's presidential nominations committee.
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August 31, 2000 | From Associated Press
A federal judge ruled Wednesday that he does not have jurisdiction to decide who is the Reform Party's real presidential nominee. Allies of Pat Buchanan sought an order barring an opposing faction from operating under the party's name. U.S. District Judge Norman K. Moon said he lacks jurisdiction because the power struggle did not raise a constitutional issue.
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August 31, 2000 | From Associated Press
A federal judge ruled Wednesday that he does not have jurisdiction to decide who is the Reform Party's real presidential nominee. Allies of Pat Buchanan sought an order barring an opposing faction from operating under the party's name. U.S. District Judge Norman K. Moon said he lacks jurisdiction because the power struggle did not raise a constitutional issue.
NEWS
March 9, 2000
Returns in the "How California Voted" columns represent vote totals from the entire state. Returns in the "How Los Angeles County Voted" columns represent vote totals from Los Angeles County only. How California Voted 100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) Democrat Al Gore: 2,369,332 (80%) Bill Bradley: 579,303 (20%) Lyndon LaRouche: 17,756 (1%) Republican George W.
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July 14, 2000 | MASSIE RITSCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Responding to allegations from Pat Buchanan's sole challenger on the Reform Party's presidential ballot, Reform officials have agreed to allow an audit of nominating petitions filed on Buchanan's behalf. The audit seeks to determine whether the front-runner for the Reform nomination fattened his petitions with people who never signed them. Buchanan's spokesman refused to comment Thursday on the allegations.
NEWS
August 23, 2000 | MASSIE RITSCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The confusion created at the Reform Party's fractious nominating convention two weeks ago has spread to the states, where election officials are trying to sort out which candidate--Pat Buchanan or John Hagelin--belongs on their ballots. In Iowa, for example, one man's name may be drawn from a hat. How many ballots a candidate appears on could help determine who gets the $12.6 million in federal funds due the Reform Party's presidential candidate.
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July 18, 1992 | AMY WALLACE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
One day after Ross Perot yanked his hat out of the political ring, a group that calls itself the Natural Law Party brought its presidential candidate to Los Angeles to put voters' minds at ease--literally. The candidate is John Hagelin, a soft-spoken physicist who teaches at Maharishi International University in Iowa. His message: mellow out.
NEWS
October 27, 1995 | JENIFER WARREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Are you fed up with Republicans? Disgusted with Democrats? Annoyed with Ross Perot? You could try meditating. Or you could join a party that advocates it. Supporters of the Natural Law Party, which appears to have qualified this week for next year's election ballot in California, insist that they are not just an ephemeral force, a here-today, gone-tomorrow target for David Letterman's jokes.
NEWS
August 23, 2000 | MASSIE RITSCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The confusion created at the Reform Party's fractious nominating convention two weeks ago has spread to the states, where election officials are trying to sort out which candidate--Pat Buchanan or John Hagelin--belongs on their ballots. In Iowa, for example, one man's name may be drawn from a hat. How many ballots a candidate appears on could help determine who gets the $12.6 million in federal funds due the Reform Party's presidential candidate.
NEWS
July 14, 2000 | MASSIE RITSCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Responding to allegations from Pat Buchanan's sole challenger on the Reform Party's presidential ballot, Reform officials have agreed to allow an audit of nominating petitions filed on Buchanan's behalf. The audit seeks to determine whether the front-runner for the Reform nomination fattened his petitions with people who never signed them. Buchanan's spokesman refused to comment Thursday on the allegations.
NEWS
July 3, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
Former Republican Pat Buchanan will face John Hagelin, leader of the Natural Law Party, for the Reform Party presidential nomination, and the $12.6 million in federal campaign funds that go with it, Reform leaders announced. Ballots will be mailed to thousands of interested voters around the country later this week, according to Michael Farris, chairman of the Reform Party's presidential nominations committee.
NEWS
June 29, 2000 | MASSIE RITSCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Karen Mountain proudly displays photos of Ross Perot in her living room, and a snapshot of another Reform Party founding father is on her refrigerator. She is not about to let Pat Buchanan take over Perot's party. So Mountain, a Tustin resident who works for a political ad firm, went on the Internet last month in hopes of finding an alternative, in essence, to another alternative presidential candidate. "I was looking around and saying, 'There's got to be somebody other than Buchanan.'
NEWS
March 9, 2000
Returns in the "How California Voted" columns represent vote totals from the entire state. Returns in the "How Los Angeles County Voted" columns represent vote totals from Los Angeles County only. How California Voted 100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) Democrat Al Gore: 2,369,332 (80%) Bill Bradley: 579,303 (20%) Lyndon LaRouche: 17,756 (1%) Republican George W.
NEWS
October 27, 1995 | JENIFER WARREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Are you fed up with Republicans? Disgusted with Democrats? Annoyed with Ross Perot? You could try meditating. Or you could join a party that advocates it. Supporters of the Natural Law Party, which appears to have qualified this week for next year's election ballot in California, insist that they are not just an ephemeral force, a here-today, gone-tomorrow target for David Letterman's jokes.
NEWS
June 29, 2000 | MASSIE RITSCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Karen Mountain proudly displays photos of Ross Perot in her living room, and a snapshot of another Reform Party founding father is on her refrigerator. She is not about to let Pat Buchanan take over Perot's party. So Mountain, a Tustin resident who works for a political ad firm, went on the Internet last month in hopes of finding an alternative, in essence, to another alternative presidential candidate. "I was looking around and saying, 'There's got to be somebody other than Buchanan.'
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 18, 1992 | AMY WALLACE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
One day after Ross Perot yanked his hat out of the political ring, a group that calls itself the Natural Law Party brought its presidential candidate to Los Angeles to put voters' minds at ease--literally. The candidate is John Hagelin, a soft-spoken physicist who teaches at Maharishi International University in Iowa. His message: mellow out.
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