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  Personal Choice Party - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Personal Choice Party (PCP) is a United States political party whose presidential candidate for 2004 qualified for the ballot in the state of Utah.
Prior to forming the Personal Choice Party, Ken Larsen was well known as a political activist and frequent candidate for numerous political offices in Utah under the ballot lines of several minor parties including the Libertarian Party and the Reform Party.
Personal Choice expresses the philosophy of "live and let live." Personal Choice demands that, "as long as I am not hurting anyone else, only I have the right to choose how I spend my time, my wealth, my life, my honor." It could be considered a libertarian party.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Personal_Choice_Party   (616 words)

 Personal Choice
Being involved in the Personal Choice "Cause" is your choice.
Personal Choice Party candidates do not need to adhere to any policies they may disagree with to be eligible to run for a political office in our party.
Personal Choice is a very simple and reasonable approach to life in these very complicated days.
www.personalchoice.org   (388 words)

 List of political parties in the United States - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Legally, the United States functions as a multi-party system – although political parties have no specific role under the U.S. Constitution, they are regulated by the constitutions of the individual states, which organize elections to both local and federal offices.
The second section is called “Current third parties” and it consists of those parties that have achieved (or, in the lead-up to an election, are reasonably expected to achieve) ballot status for their respective candidates for President of the United States in states with enough electoral votes to have a theoretical chance of winning.
Each of these non-major parties had ballot status for its presidential candidate in states with enough electoral votes to have had a theoretical chance of winning the 2004 presidential election.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_political_parties_in_the_United_States   (823 words)

 deseretnews.com | Personal Choice — not personal choice
Thousands of voters flocked to the Personal Choice party Tuesday, many of them unwittingly, apparently drawn in by the name and the smiley face used as the party's logo.
While the party and smiley face are genuine, many voters may have chosen the party because they thought it equated an option to choose their own candidate, election observers said.
Typically third parties receive 1 percent or less, which was the case for the other third parties on the ballot this election.
deseretnews.com /dn/view/0,1249,650205546,00.html   (468 words)

 Personal Choice Party - Third Party Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The Personal Choice Party (PCP) was formed in Utah in 2003 with the intent to spread to eventually expand nationally.
The PCP can also be considered the more liberal libertarian-minded party, and the LP the more conservative one.
The PCP's candidates in 2004 were mostly pro-free speech, pro-choice, pro-gun, pro-gambling, pro-adult entertainment, pro-gay marriage, and pro-small government, but these positions can change with different candidates because the PCP does not have an official party platform.
thirdpartywatch.com /encyclopedia/index.php?title=Personal_Choice_Party   (318 words)

 Third Party Liability
The core of all types of third party insurance is the "guarantee" by the Insurance Company to assume indemnity claims directed to the insured in virtue of losses caused by his action or failure to act.
Insurance coverage includes third party liability of the insured for losses in property of third parties resulting from offences committed during the realisation of professional activities mentioned in the insurance contract.
The object of insurance is third party liability of insured or relatives residing with them on behalf of whom the contract has been concluded in the scope of insurance against damages caused to third parties in connection with private life activities.
www.aon.com /lt/en/risk/third_party_liability.jsp   (573 words)

 Party Activists Project
Thus, respondents in the Grassroots Party Activists surveys were asked if different sources were a "major consideration" a "minor consideration" or "not a consideration" in their decision to seek their current party position.
Smaller party differences are found regarding equal rights for women, prayer in public schools, the use of racially based preferences in employment decisions, and the death penalty.
The difference between parties is particularly large with regard to "strength among county voters," "overall" organization,” "campaign effectiveness" and "fund raising." Partisan differences are somewhat smaller regarding "newer" aspects of politics, such as the use of opinions polls and computers.
www.bama.ua.edu /~pcotter/grassroots_party_activists_project.htm   (3891 words)

 American Personal Chef Association: ACF's Sizzle Magazine: Making It Personal
Westmont, N.J. Scott Naugler and Joshua Knotts were settling in as first-year owners of a personal chef business even before they graduated from culinary school.
As a personal chef, you find and choose your clients and generally cook in their kitchens.
Michelle Gandy came to the career with 14 years of restaurant and hospitality experience, a culinary degree and both a bachelor's and a master's degree in hospitality management.
www.personalchef.com /sizzle.htm   (1218 words)

 Questions About Third Party Claims? -- 21253000
The underlying purpose of the third party law is to shift the costs of industrial insurance onto the responsible third party.
It is the duty of the person to whom any recovery is paid to advise the department of the fact and amount of such recovery, and to distribute the recovery in compliance with the statute.
If the injured person is in the course of employment or furthering the business of their employer at the time of the occurrence, they are eligible for LandI benefits.
www.lni.wa.gov /ClaimsIns/Claims/File/3rdParty/Questions/default.asp   (6167 words)

To this end the Green Party seeks to shift the policy context of the issue of drug use from one of attempted suppression and criminalisation to one of health and education.
For this reason the Green Party would like to see a relaxation of the fixed measures in which it is permitted to serve alcohol, to allow smaller measures to be served to young people as a way of educating responsible drinking behaviour at an early age.
Whilst we do not believe that it is the legitimate remit of government to moralise as to personal choice inasmuch as that activity is victimless, neither do we believe that it is the role of government to act as a dealer or to sanction the pursuit of profit by the trade in psychoactive substances.
www.drugtext.org /library/articles/five5.html   (1646 words)

 Personal Choice Weight Loss
You agree that neither Personal Choice Weight Loss, nor is affiliates, subsidiaries, officers, directors, employees, agents, consultants, content providers, partners or suppliers (“Released Parties”) shall have any liability to you under any theory of liability or indemnity in connection with your use of the Site.
Due to the nature of the Personal Choice Weight Loss CD and the manner in which the end user can benefit from the CD, there will be no returns or refunds, all sales are final.
The Personal Choice Weight Loss TM software (Software) is NOT sold, but it is provided to you by way of a license according to the terms and conditions set forth in the Personal Choice Weight Loss End User Agreement Below.
www.personalchoiceweightloss.com /terms.html   (2165 words)

 Personal Choice Party Founder Says 14% Vote Not a Mistake - KCPW
People were questioned about the Personal Choice selection as they were leaving polling locations, and it turns out, many people did, in fact, select it in error.
It is a bit misleading to see "Personal Choice" in a list of straight party vote options, and it's a simple mistake to make, regardless of how smart you are.
I understand Larsen's enthusiasm and willingness to believe in the ballot choices, but when you look at how few votes candidates got, it seems pretty obvious that most of the selections were accidental.
www.kcpw.org /article/2167   (403 words)

 deseretnews.com | Utah's third parties hope to be first choice
A personal incident that Hallman describes as "police misconduct/abuse" propelled him to think about "the implications of state power" and to run for office as a Libertarian.
Displeasure with America's role in Iraq is the one element that links all the third parties, from the archconservative Constitution Party to the liberal Greens.
Personal Choice Senate candidate Price thinks if he can let enough people know what he stands for, "I could maybe surprise people" with a victory.
deseretnews.com /dn/view/0,1249,650198588,00.html   (1134 words)

 Personal Choice Party
There is, on the other hand, an "evil" in the limitation of freedom of choice when it is inspired by individuals or groups wishing to impose their moral values on others.
With regard to alleged sabotage of his campaign by the Democrat Party, Nader's line is "They're saying to those voters, 'You're too stupid to be allowed to vote for this ticket'." There is an inconsistency in that statement, though.
CHARLES JAY is the Personal Choice Party's candidate for President, on the ballot in Utah and with a write-in campaign nationwide.
www.totalaction.com /POTUS/nader_gambling.htm   (1225 words)

 The Collegian: Third- Party Politics
There are a variety of political parties to choose from, ranging from extreme right-wing to radical left-wing and everywhere in between.
For instance, one speaker for the party does not believe in abortion “for medical, emotional, and spiritual reasons,” but does not feel that he can force his party and this nation to share his moral beliefs.
That may be why the party feels it needs a clever marketing strategy to draw in supporters- the 2004 nominee for president chose an adult film star as his running mate in order to “close the publicity gap.” (http://www.politics1.com/personalchoice04.htm)
www.mobap.edu /student/collegian/mt/000401.asp   (514 words)

 Consumers Deserve Choice in Health Care Plans
Ironically, medical professionals are developing the capacity to provide personalized care based upon genetic and personal characteristics, but while science and medicine are forging ahead, the health insurance market is lagging.
That’s why it’s time to provide a broad choice of health plans — to meet individual needs and to ensure that individual ethical and moral beliefs about the provision of care and medical treatments are not violated.
Ownership allows greater personal control of how money is spent, which is far better than the current system where employers and governments make those decisions.
www.heritage.org /Press/Commentary/ed083005g.cfm   (638 words)

 Commonwealth Party Main
The Commonwealth Party is a party that favors limited government, regional/local autonomy and opposes government oppressions such as: over taxation, prohibition drug policy, overregulation in business, government waste and mismanagement, the policies of the welfare state and the over use of government.
The Commonwealth Party however entertains the secession of any or all of the current 50 states should it come to a head -- that is all of America should secede from itself and reconfigure into the Commonwealth.
The party at times apparently functions as a front for the objectivist philosophy but there are occasions when some subjectivism is needed for balance.
home.att.net /~CommonwealthParty/main.htm   (3739 words)

 Salt Lake Metro - Feature Story: Gay Vote 2004
With a half-dozen alternate party choices, we thought it would be helpful to know a bit about these other candidates, and where they stand on GLBT issues, when you go to cast your vote.
The party calls for repeal of all sodomy laws and anti-lesbian/gay restriction and legalization of same-sex marriage.
Although the party is discontent with Amendment 3, their reasons are based on a belief that the founding fathers’ intent of ‘all men are created equal’ prohibits discriminatory legislation and thus allows freedom of religion and speech to override civil freedom.
slmetro.com /2004/14/feature2.shtml   (950 words)

 Politics1 - Guide to the 2004 Personal Choice Party Presidential Candidate
Adult movie star Marilyn Chambers -- a former Ivory Soap model before she turned to porn in the mid-1970s -- is the Personal Choice candidate for Vice President.
Charles Jay is a ideological libertarian -- and was an on-and-off member of the Libertarian Party since the 1980s -- but he ended his bid for the LP Vice Presidential nomination in May 2004 when he was offered the Personal Choice Party's (PCP) Presidential nomination.
Jay explains he selected Chambers -- a personal friend -- as his VP runningmate to "help close the publicity gap" that plagues third parties in the media.
www.politics1.com /personalchoice04.htm   (425 words)

 ksl.com - Utah's Online Source for Local News & Information Personal Choice Party Causing Confusion at Polls
Some voters think when they select the personal choice option, they're going to vote for their personal choices, when in fact, they've just voted straight party for the personal choice party.
Some voters are mistaking Personal Choice to actually mean personal choice -- that no, they don't want to vote straight party, they want to make their personal choices.
Swensen said she wanted to post signs at polling stations to educate voters about personal choice being a political party, but says she wasn't allowed to because it might influence a vote.
www.ksl.com /index.php?nid=148&sid=626540   (483 words)

 Resource Central - Government - Political Parties
In 1992 a coalition of Independent State Parties united to form the U.S. Taxpayers Party with the common goal of limiting the Federal Government to its Constitutional boundaries and restoring the foundations of civil government back to the fundamental principles our country was founded upon.
In 1992, the Party’s presidential candidate, Howard Phillips was on the ballot in 21 states with Albion Knight Jr.
In 1995, the Party became the fifth political party to be formally recognized by the Federal Election Commission as a national political party.
www.resourcehelp.com /gov_party.htm   (255 words)

 2006 Political Parties Parties Grouped by Classification
Major Parties (those parties which received electoral votes through winning a plurality of a state's [or the District of Columbia's] popular vote in any presidential election between 1976 and 2004)
Excluded from this are non-party Independent bids for President which received at least 0.2% of the nationwide popular vote.
Parties are listed as (party) where either it has been reported that a given candidacy is affiliated with a given Party but said affiliation does not appear on the ballot or 'The Green Papers' does not have independent confirmation from an election authority that the given Party has its own separate line on the ballot.
www.thegreenpapers.com /G06/parties.phtml?party=PSCH   (252 words)

 Party System
Party preference is to be based entirely on personal choice; all participants are free to express their own political opinions
Party leaders preside over the caucuses, which are open to the press and public, (a difference from the real world of Montana politics, where they are closed) and decide on party strategies, bills to support, drum up support for candidates and other tasks.
When there are guest speakers in the caucuses, or when candidates for office speak in the caucuses, third parties to the left of center may caucus with the Democrats and third parties to the right of center may caucus with the Republicans.
home.mcn.net /~montanabw/partysys.html   (1378 words)

 Bush v. Choice: One more thanks!
Wade, we are in the midst of a Supreme Court battle that will impact the future of personal privacy and a woman’s right to choose for generations to come.
We are constantly faced with presidential choices, today, liberal, or conservative that reflect the Executive branch of government, and the agenda that branch desires to advance.
Now I know there exist pro choice republicans and anti choice democrats, but by-in-large, the pro choice party is the Democratic Party, while the opposite is true of the Republicans.
www.bushvchoice.com /archives/2006/01/one_more_thanks.html   (1129 words)

 Dee's 'Dotes - Utah Third Party Candidates....and the Desert Greens Green Party of Utah....in the News
This blog is reflective of my personal opinions and not necessarily that of any orgnazations to which I belong, including the Green Party.
Utah's third parties hope to be first choice: More than a quarter of candidates are not Republicans or Democrats
He's the founder of the Constitution Commemoration Foundation, has "liberty1787" as his e-mail moniker and believes that "the goodness of the nation continues to unravel regardless of which of the two parties is in power." He works as an administrator at Utah State University and is currently reading the 20-volume collected works of Thomas Jefferson.
deesings.livejournal.com /394043.html   (1693 words)

 Salt Lake City Weekly - Getting Personal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
But the big bad news for Personal Choice people was the straight-party vote and all the talk about some great deception that won them up to 14 percent of the straight-party votes in the state.
Some voters say they were flummoxed by Personal Choice Party’s smiley-face logo and thought they were being invited to make their lower-case “personal” choices.
In both 2004 and 2005, the number of straight-Personal Choice Party votes matched the number of $2 tax check-offs.
www.slweekly.com /article.cfm/gettingpersonal   (891 words)

 Personal Choice Party
For those of you interested in what the Personal Choice Party is, the best response would be to invite you to visit the Constitution of the Personal Choice Party of Utah.
Information for the Personal Choice Party of Utah is relocating to pages focused on Utah.
Personal Choice Gear offers primarily products with simple smiley faces.
party.personalchoice.org   (309 words)

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