Working class voters deserve candidates who will fight for their interests. By publicizing a provocative platform of much needed and achievable demands under any rational system, FSP candidates are on the cutting edge. Win or lose, they move the political debate into areas that would never be discussed otherwise and present a cogent, leftwing alternative to the Democrats, Republicans, Libertarians and Greens who all support capitalism.
In addition, FSP candidates go out and build support among unions, grassroots organizations, people of color, immigrant communities, feminists, and sexual minorities.Their campaigns are powered and paid for by working people.
In elections where FSP has no candidate, we support other anti-capitalist and socialist office seekers by helping them get on the ballot and sending out letters in which we evaluate socialist candidates and take positions on local and statewide ballot measures. _____________________________________________________
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Public forums discussing the election and strategies for what's next:
Sun, December 11, 2:00pm
Special meeting - Report-back from Standing Rock with Gina Petry and Patrick Burns
Sat, December 31, 8:30 pm
New Year's Eve Bash
Mondays, 3:00-4:30 pm
Capital by Karl Marx
Mondays, 7:00-8:30 pm
Fascism and Big Business by Daniel Guerin
Mondays, 6:30-8:00 pm
Democracy and Revolution by George Novack
Alt Wednesdays, 5 October to 7 December, 6:30 pm
Reading Circle: The Origin of the Family, Private Property and the State
New York City
Police Accountability Campaign Meeting
Mon, January 16, 11:00 am
March with FSP to celebrate MLK Jr. Day