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Green Presidential Candidates in Reading, PA 7/13/07

Green Party's 2007 national meeting begins Thursday, July 12 in Reading, Pa.

• Press conferences, Green presidential candidates' forum, appearances by Cynthia McKinney and Ralph Nader

WASHINGTON, DC -- The Green Party will kick off 'Green for a Change,' the party's 2007 annual national meeting <http://www.gp.org/meeting2007>, on Thursday, July 12 at the Abraham Lincoln Wyndham Historic Hotel in Reading in Reading, Pennsylvania. The meeting continues until Sunday, July 15, and will feature several events of interest.

List of Green presidential and vice presidential candidates confirmed to appear at the Reading meeting:
• Jared Ball http://www.voxunion.com
• Dan Imperato (web site TBA)
• Michael "Jingo" Jingozian http://www.resetamerica.com
• Jesse Johnson (web site TBA)
• Jerry Kann http://kannforpresident.net
• Kent Mesplay http://www.mesplay.org
• Sedinam Kinamo Christin Moyawaisifza-Curry (for Vice President) (web site TBA)
• Gail Parker http://www.gailparker.us
• Joe Schriner http://www.voteforjoe.com

Green presidential candidates either unconfirmed
for Reading or not attending:
• Sheila Bilyeu (web site TBA)
• Elaine Brown http://www.elainebrown.org
• Paul Kangas (web site TBA)
• Anita Rios (web site TBA)
• Kat Swift http://www.prezkat.info

[Ed: You can find more information on Presidential candidates on the People's President Page.

Schedule of events (subject to change):

• Friday, July 13, 11 am: Press Conference: Candidates for the Green Party's 2008 presidential and vice presidential nomination. Names to be announced; see also Press conference room

• Friday, July 13, 1 pm Press Conference: 2007 Green candidates for local and state office. Confirmed: Jennaro Pullano, for Mayor of Reading, Pa.
Other candidates to be announced. Press conference room

• Friday, July 13, 5:30-7 pm: Forum featuring Green presidential and vice presidential candidates. Moderator: Barbara Rodgers-Hendricks Presidential Ballroom

• Friday, July 13, 7 pm: International Forum on Energy. Juan Behrend, Secretary General European Green Party, Dr. Janet Eaton, Green Party of Canada, International Trade Critic, Marco Antonio Mroz, Brazilian Green Party, Secretary for International Relations

• Saturday, July 14, 11 am Press Conference room. Reserved for interviews with International Greens Confirmed: Juan Behrend, Secretary General European Green
Party; Dr. Janet Eaton, Green Party of Canada, International Trade Critic
Marco Antonio Mroz, Brazilian Green Party, Secretary for International Relations

• Saturday, July 14, 5 pm Press conference on Ballot Access Moderator: Marakay Rogers; Ralph Nader, 2004 independent presidential candidate; Carl Romanelli, 2006 Pennsylvania Green candidate for US Senate; Phil Huckelberry, co-chair, Green Party Ballot Access Committee representative. Others to be announced
Press conference room.

• Saturday, July 14, 7:30 pm: Ballot Access Rally, with entertainment, music, and guest speakers. Open to the public Speakers: Ralph Nader, Carl Romanelli
Musicians: Hip-Hop artist Head-Roc and his DJ's Eurock and Noyeek; Reggae band Unbroken; musician Tom Nielson. Sovereign Performing Arts Center

• Sunday, July 15, afternoon (time and location to be announced): Former Georgia Representative Cynthia McKinney will show the film 'American
Blackout' <http://www.americanblackout.com> and participate in a Q&A session immediately afterward.

3 Responses

  1. Daniel Imperato’s website is http://www.imperato2008.com

  2. Here is a draft McKinney for 2008 effort on MySpace.

    http://myspace.com/draftmckinney2008

  3. Jesse Johnson of the Mountain Party of WV GPUS Presidential Candidate is fighting the biggest ballot acces battle in the nation. If you saw him on youtube, then you know is a real contender for the Green Party nomination. I look forward to hearing him Feb 2nd in the D.C. forum as well as Harrisburg. Pa. I have found him to be one of the most prophetic political voices of our time.

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