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September 15, 1988 | From a Times Staff Writer
The campaign of Lenora Fulani, an independent presidential candidate, announced Wednesday that it had qualified for the November ballot in all 50 states. Fulani, 38, a black psychologist, is running under the New Alliance Party banner. She was a candidate for the Peace and Freedom Party nomination, but she filed for independent status after a split developed in the leftist party.
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November 12, 1999 | Associated Press
Endorsed by 1992 independent presidential candidate Lenora Fulani, Patrick J. Buchanan promised Thursday that his Reform Party campaign for the White House would reach out to minorities. Fulani said she disagrees with the conservative Buchanan on such social issues as abortion rights and gay rights. But both said the two-party political system must be shaken up and said that they were putting aside their differences to unite on policy matters, such as economics and government reform.
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November 12, 1999 | Associated Press
Endorsed by 1992 independent presidential candidate Lenora Fulani, Patrick J. Buchanan promised Thursday that his Reform Party campaign for the White House would reach out to minorities. Fulani said she disagrees with the conservative Buchanan on such social issues as abortion rights and gay rights. But both said the two-party political system must be shaken up and said that they were putting aside their differences to unite on policy matters, such as economics and government reform.
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September 15, 1988 | From a Times Staff Writer
The campaign of Lenora Fulani, an independent presidential candidate, announced Wednesday that it had qualified for the November ballot in all 50 states. Fulani, 38, a black psychologist, is running under the New Alliance Party banner. She was a candidate for the Peace and Freedom Party nomination, but she filed for independent status after a split developed in the leftist party.
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June 25, 1987 | Associated Press
Lenora Fulani of the New Alliance Party announced Wednesday that she is a presidential candidate. Fulani, who will run as an independent, is a developmental psychologist and director of a community-based network of medical and mental health clinics. She has been billed as the "independent mayor of Harlem" since she ran for mayor of New York City in 1985. She also ran for governor in 1986.
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May 26, 1988 | Associated Press
The Federal Election Commission distributed $1.7 million in federal matching funds to presidential candidates Wednesday, bringing to $56.2 million the total the government has given out in the primary campaign this year. Four candidates were certified for money on Wednesday: Republican Vice President George Bush, $289,792; Democrats Michael S. Dukakis, the Massachusetts governor, $369,442, and Jesse Jackson, $967,942, and independent Lenora Fulani, $42,289.
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November 10, 1988
California Results 99.9 % Precincts Reporting Votes % George Bush, R 4,759,077 51.0 Michael Dukakis, D 4,449,235 47.7 Ron Paul, L 68,836 .7 Lenora Fulani, I 29,315 .3 James Griffin, AI 26,053 .3 Orange County 100.0% Precincts Reporting Votes % George Bush, R 555,511 67.8 Michael Dukakis, D 254,888 31.1 Ron Paul, L 5,923 0.7 James Griffin, AI 1,851 0.2 Lenora Fulani, I 1,741 0.
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March 21, 1988
About 250 chanting demonstrators marched in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., to protest the handling of the case of Tawana Brawley, a black teen-ager who contends she was raped by six white men. At the head of the marchers, most of them black women, walked Lenora Fulani, sole candidate for the presidential nomination of the leftist New Alliance Party, which organized the rally. The crowd marched peacefully from a predominantly black neighborhood to a downtown hotel.
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September 9, 1988 | Keith Love
Lenora Fulani, a member of the Peace and Freedom Party, has submitted enough valid voter signatures to get her name on California's Nov. 8 presidential ballot, according to the secretary of state's office. But Fulani will be listed as an independent candidate because of a dispute over the Peace and Freedom Party's nominating convention. Two different factions of the party held conventions and Secretary of State March Fong Eu ruled that the party had to hold a unified meeting by Sept.
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