Jingozian is also the founder and CEO of AngelVision Technologies, a marketing and sales promotion company, headquartered in Portland, Oregon.
In 2011, the American Marketing Association of Oregon honored Jingozian as Marketer of the Year and presented him with the organization’s Lifetime Achievement Award.
Randall C. Stufflebeam
In 2006, Randy ran as a Constitution Party write-in Candidate for Governor, receiving nearly 20,000 votes. At the 2012 Constitution Party National Convention, Stufflebeam was elected the National Vice-Chairman.
While certainly Randy has a bias for the Constitution Party, he strongly believes that all citizens within the United States of America should be able to have a turn at the bat, regardless of particular party affiliation. He will do everything within his power to see this dream become a reality.
Christina Tobin is the founder and chair of the Free & Equal Elections Foundation and president of Free & Equal Inc., a non-partisan, full-service ballot access consulting and petitioning firm that works with candidates from across the political spectrum and across the United States.
Tobin started her career as a non-partisan ballot access coordinator. An expert in defending signatures and coordinating petition drives, Tobin helped gather and defend over 1 million signatures for the Green Party, Constitution Party, Republican Party, Democratic Party, Libertarian Party, Socialist Equality Party and independents. In 2008, Tobin served as Ralph Nader’s national ballot access coordinator. She helped collect more than 500,000 signatures to put Ralph Nader on 45 state presidential ballots and the District of Columbia ballot, more than any other third party or independent candidate.
Tobin’s recent activities have emphasized electoral reform and bringing visibility to third party candidates. In 2008, she organized debates for the Presidential and Vice-Presidential candidates. And in 2010, Tobin organized a series of debates for the Illinois Gubernatorial candidates. She has traveled extensively within Illinois and subsequently expanded her work to other states, in which she obtained county-by-county data on salaries and pensions of government employees. Her research has shown the pressing need to remove the influence of private interests from the electoral process.
Most recently, Tobin co-moderated the 2012 Presidential debate with media personality Larry King on October 23. The debate provided a venue for four third-party candidates to address topics that the mainstream debates censored, drawing worldwide attention to our two-party-dominated electoral system.
Richard Winger is the leading advocate for reforming restrictive ballot access laws across the nation. He sits on the editorial board of the Election Law Journal and, having testified in over 300 cases, has been accepted as an expert on election law in federal courts.
Winger is the editor and publisher of Ballot Access News, a newsletter covering Independent and Third Parties, as well as developments in election law reform. Ballot Access News is published monthly and is available online at www.ballot-access.org.