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Ahmad Ali for Green Party County Executive AND Cesar Malaga for Legis

Posted by Kimberly Wilder:

July 10, 2007

Dear Suffolk Greens,

Hurrah! We have a campaign.

Ahmad Ali will be running on the Green Party line for Suffolk County Executive. Ahmad is a musician from Central Islip. He is also a WBAI producer and a peace and justice activist. Here is a video of Ahmad 

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22zpjyhgaik]

Cesar Malaga is running for Suffolk County Legislator, 14th District, in Babylon, opposite the incumbent Wayne Horsley. Cesar is a long time community activist, who has served as a citizen representative on governmental boards. For Cesar’s district, the petition will be slated, so a signature for Cesar is a signature for Ahmad, as well.

Since we are officially an “independent body”, you don’t have to be a Green to collect or sign. Any voter, from anywhere in New York, can collect signatures for both candidates. All Suffolk voters can sign for Ahmad. All voters in the 14th District can sign for Cesar.

Petitioning started today, Tuesday, July 10th and runs through the middle of August. It would be wonderful if you could download a petition and start collecting. Petitions are available directly at the link below, or you can find them at www.gpsuffolk.org or you can download the PDFs of the petitions and instructions here:

 Also, there will be petitions on the Wilder’s door in North Babylon as of July 10th.

One of the themes of the campaign will be tolerance and positive solutions for day laborers and immigrants. The incumbent Suffolk County Executive is running on both the Democrat and Republican line. There may be many people wanting to help us and to sign, simply to offer voters a choice on the ballot.

Thank you for any help you can give.

For questions or to help, please contact Roger Snyder, Green Party of Suffolk Chair at: (631) 351-5763. Or, Kimberly and Ian Wilder at (631) 422-4702.

Peace,

Kimberly Wilder

Green Party of Suffolk Press Secretary

One Response

  1. Thank you for giving us another choice!

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