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Green qualifies for CA congressional runoff,

Green Party congressional candidate qualifies or runoff, focuses campaign on ending war in Iraq, creating ‘urban sustainability’ program in his district

California Green Party congressional candidate Daniel Abraham Brezenoff’s aggressive showing in Tuesday’s special election in the 7th Congressional District is a shining example of Greens can make a difference in elections dominated by a bloated two-party system, said the Green Party of California Thursday.

Brezenoff http://www.danielforcongress.com garnered more votes than nine candidates – seven Democrats, two Republicans and a Libertarian – in a crowded field to qualify for a runoff election Aug. 21 with the leading Democratic Party vote-getter, Laura Richardson, Republican John Kanaley and Libertarian Herb Peters.

Most importantly, Brezenoff remains focused on the issues that effect voters – the Iraq war, universal single-payer healthcare and the environment – while the leading Democrats in the race often spent time attacking each other, sometimes on personal issues.

“I intend to make (Richardson) work very hard for the seat,” said Brezenoff at a post-primary election news conference Wednesday, citing ending the war in Iraq and a “New Deal for Sustainability” proposal, which would promote public transportation, electric cars, solar power and other green-friendly actions in federal and state public works programs.

“The 37th District could be transformed into a model for urban sustainability,” said Brezenoff, a clinical social worker who works with abused children and disabled vets. He insists his campaign is just gearing up for the race against Richardson in the runoff, despite being outspent in the primary – the two leading Democrats spent $200 per vote, and
Brezenoff spent just $4 per vote.

“The Brezenoff campaign illustrates again that Green Party candidates, although outspent by corporate-financed and influenced Democrats and Republicans, attract voters because Greens focus on resolving the major problems facing Californians and the rest of the country,” said Dr. Robert Vizzard, a member of the GPCA coordinating committee.

At least 55 Greens hold elected office currently in the California, including five mayors or mayors pro-tem, 11 members of city councils/boards of supervisors and 13 on boards of education.

2 Responses

  1. CHEERS! This is what I see happening in the coming elections. More and more races with three, four and even more candidates in the final general election. This is something I have been hoping would come about for decades. The two party system is under assault, and hopefully we will see inroads toward it’s justified end!

    The scientifically impossible I do right away
    The spiritually miraculous takes a bit longer

  2. Thanks for the coverage and support. I’m a long island native myself!
    If you’re in California, stop by and say hi!
    peace,
    daniel a.b.

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