WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - Jan 4, 2015) - Since the November 2014 elections some of the public have turned to independent political groups for a new vision and direction in American politics, which leave many curious to whether or not Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) will decide to run for president in 2016 or if the newly formed Independent National Party Committee (INC) will show a major impact on Capitol Hill and at U.S. Congress.
INC Chairman Cary Lee Peterson previously told the media that INC will start 2015 with activities on voter awareness at Every Vote Counts Restoring America First Annual Summit on January 22, 2015 in Cambridge, Minnesota at American Legion following the 2015 State of Union Address from President Barack Obama earlier that week.
News personality and former Governor Jesse Ventura (I-MN) have proven to make an impact to the conscious community on Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube by discussing political views and opinions on domestic and foreign policy, diplomacy, Congress, and restoration of citizen rights.
The facts are that the 'Indie Party' politicians at Congress, its committees, coalitions, and caucuses will require reliable and consistent awareness events, lobbying, delegating, and fundraising to claim a credible and robust position on the Hill and in during upcoming elections and political action this year. INC Chairman Cary Lee Peterson comments, "social media and petitions to Congress are great but a strong independent committee and coalition will rely upon actual progress within federal and state legislations that dictate foreign or community affecting civilians at the present time."
According to Live Free or Die Alliance, a non-partisan, 501(c)3 organization the current 2016 presidential (potential) contenders include Governor Bobby Jindal (R-LA), Dr. Ben Carson ®, former U.S. Secretary of State Hilary Clinton, former Governor Brian Schweitzer (D-MT), Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ), Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), Kerry Bowers ®, and former Governor John Ellis "Jeb" Bush (R-FL). Only time will determine the possibilities of the inclusion of someone as Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) or Dr. Jill Stein (G) to the roster of 2016 hopefuls. Such an occurrence would be the first time an independent party has had a well-known presidential candidate on the national ballot since Ross Perot in 1996.