following is the text of remarks by Denise Giardina, Independent
candidate for governor, in response to the efforts of the Democratic
Party to limit access to the ballot and the vote in West Virginia
WV- Independent gubernatorial candidate Denise Giardina today expressed
"great disappointment at the failure of Judge Herman Canady
to recognize the unfairness of West Virginia's ballot access law."
Ballot Access Restrictions Challenged
- Denise Giardina, who is seeking a spot on the ballot as an independent
candidate for governor, has filed suit to challenge the state's
ballot access procedures.
And International Publications Feature Giardina Campaign
- October 22, 1999
Denise Giardina's Independent campaign for Governor of West Virginia
is drawing national and international attention.
Thursday November 4 at 10:30 a.m. the Kanawha County Circuit Court
will hear a "friendly lawsuit" filed by the Denise Giardina
for Governor campaign, along with the Secretary of State's office.
take stance on mountaintop issue
Scorecard! You can't tell the gubernatorial candidates without a
law changes source of dispute
- November 4, 1999
Party today asked Kanawha Circuit Judge Herman Canaday to prevent
a third-party candidate from altering the state's voting laws.
agrees to October event with Giardina, Myers, governor -
August 30, 2000
Oct. 15 could
be the only chance for voters to see all four gubernatorial candidates
debate each other.
and Giardina get opposite receptions from Underwood, Wise -
September 7, 2000
-- Third-party gubernatorial candidates Denise Giardina and Bob
Myers won't be patching up their differences with Bob Wise anytime
of local ownership blamed for state's troubles -
September 13, 2000
Party gubernatorial candidate Denise Giardina, most of West Virginia's
problems, such as low education levels or meager job growth, are
the effects of a more fundamental problem -- out-of-state land ownership.
Virginia's Mountain (Party) Mama -
September 13, 2000
often seems like America's very own slice of Third World. A powerful
clique of good-ole-boys rape the earth for natural resource wealth,
while the masses contend with shabby schools and inadequate public