|Governor of New Jersey|
|Elections and appointments|
|Last election||November 5, 2013|
|High school||Interlochen Arts Academy (1983)|
|Other||New England Conservatory|
Sare is a political organizer and fundraiser for organizations affiliated with the Lyndon LaRouche movement for the last 25 years. Her resume also includes local efforts to promote music among young people and in the greater community. She has formed and directed children's choruses in Washington, D.C., and now directs a community chorus in New Jersey.
She graduated from Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan in 1983, and spent one year in Sweden as an exchange student followed by another year at Hamilton College. She transferred to New England Conservatory to study music education and trombone performance.
In a biography Sare submitted to Ballotpedia, she described her political philosophy: "The United States must return to the principle of a credit system, as understood by our first Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton. That means the immediate reinstatement of the original 1933 Glass-Steagall Act, breaking up the big banks, and the formation of a national bank system of public credit to fund great projects such as NAWAPA XXI, other urgently needed infrastructure, like storm surge barriers for New York and New Jersey, and the space program for defense of the Earth from asteroids, among other concerns."
- Mount Desert Island High School
- Interlochen Arts Academy, Michigan (1983)
- Hamilton College
- New England Conservatory
Sare launched her campaign for governor on November 12, 2012. Though she ran as a Democrat in the prior election cycle, she appeared on the ballot as a Glass-Steagall Now candidate, alongside lieutenant gubernatorial running-mate Bruce Todd. The pair lost in the general election on Nov. 5, 2013.
- General Election
|New Jersey Gubernatorial and Lieutenant Gubernatorial General Election, 2013|
|Republican||Chris Christie and Kim Guadagno||60.5%||1,242,116|
|Democratic||Barbara Buono and Milly Silva||38%||780,779|
|Libertarian||Kenneth Kaplan and Brenda Bell||0.6%||11,821|
|Independent||Steven Welzer and Patricia Alessandrini||0.4%||8,045|
|Independent||Diane Sare and Bruce Todd||0.2%||3,263|
|Independent||William Araujo and Maria Salamanca||0.2%||3,187|
|Independent||Hank Schroeder and Patricia Moschella||0.1%||2,706|
|Independent||Jeff Boss and Robert Thorne||0.1%||2,016|
|Election Results via New Jersey Department of State. Vote totals above are unofficial and reflect 99% precincts reporting.|
In a biography Sare submitted to Ballotpedia, she described her political philosophy as follows: "The United States must return to the principle of a credit system, as understood by our first Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton. That means the immediate reinstatement of the original 1933 Glass-Steagall Act, breaking up the big banks, and the formation of a national bank system of public credit to fund great projects such as NAWAPA XXI, other urgently needed infrastructure, like storm surge barriers for New York and New Jersey, and the space program for defense of the Earth from asteroids, among other concerns."
She continued, "Since the assassinations of both Kennedy's and the Warren Commission cover-up, our nation has been in a state of moral and economic decline. Lyndon LaRouche has been absolutely correct in identifying the 'green' movement, with its hatred of human creativity as a major factor in this. The re-election of Nero-style dictator Barack Obama, who takes pleasure in personally selecting targets for drone assassinations on a weekly basis, is evidence of the moral depravity of a substantial portion of particularly our younger generations. Only a commitment to the future of mankind could restore the optimism and sanity of our population."
Sare's 2013 gubernatorial campaign was endorsed by Frelinghuysen Municipal Chairman of the Warren County Republican Committee, Mark Quick
|New Jersey's 5th Congressional District Democratic Primary, 2012|
Sare wanted to impeach President Barack Obama, stating on her campaign website, "launching offensive military action by a President without the consent of the Congress is an impeachable high crime."
"Interview on the Campaign" - Jan. 15"
She also wants to reinstate the Glass-Steagall Act, which sought to separate banks from securities firms.
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- E-mail biography submission from candidate, received January 18, 2013
- New Jersey Division of Elections, "Candidates for Governor - Official List," June 28, 2013
- Diane Sare for Governor 2014 Official Campaign Website, "Homepage," accessed September 6, 2013
- WYNC "Live! NJ Election Results," June 5, 2012
- New Jersey Spotlight "Candidates: U.S. Congress Democrats District 5," May 30, 2012
- Diane Sare for Governor, "About Diane," accessed January 21, 2013
- Diane Sare for Governor, "Endorsements," accessed September 6, 2013
- New Jersey Secretary of State "2012 Primary Results"
- Diane Sare campaign website "Impeach Obama," Accessed May 30, 2012
- Diane Sare campaign website "Glass-Steagall," Accessed May 30, 2012