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Cynthia McKinney stumps for Molison City Council Campaign

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Former Georgia Congresswoman Does Joint Fundraiser in Houston

Former Georgia Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney attended a joint fundraiser hosted by the Alfred Molison for Houston City Council campaign. The event was hosted at the Houston Shrine of the Black Madonna, Friday evening, August 3rd, 2007 and raised contributions from fifty plus Houstonians to benefit the debt retirement effort for Ms. McKinney’s 2006 Congressional campaign, as well as Mr. Molison’s 2007 bid for a seat on Houston City Council.

Alfred Molison, Green Party Houston City Council Candidate“It was distressing to hear her war stories from the front lines on Capitol Hill about monied interests undermining the aspirations of the American people,” said Molison, candidate for Houston City Council, District C, an employee of the Social Security Administration who cochairs the Harris County Green Party. “Even so, I found her speech exciting and inspiring. I really appreciate that Cynthia took the time to drive from Atlanta to support our efforts to bring to the citizens of Houston a living wage, vigorous enforcement of air pollution laws and improved access to health care.”

Cynthia McKinney served six terms in the U.S. Congress representing first Georgia’s Eleventh, then its Fourth Congressional Districts. She was defeated in the 2002 Democrat Primary. “Heroes don’t wear medals, they wear scars,” Ms. McKinney told the crowd, as she described how the ’02 voter turnout hit historic levels, swelled by the cross-over of voters who have traditionally voted for Republicans — a practice legal only in Georgia and a small handful of other states which provide for open primaries.

McKinney attracted popular support but vehement opposition from corporate contributors for publicly questioning, given the reports of intelligence warnings, what the Bush administration knew and when they knew it with respect to the attacks on September 11th, 2001. She has also questioned Defense Secretary Rumsfeld on the $2+ trillion of missing Pentagon money and has been an outspoken critic of the Bush administration’s war plans and the profiteering of his corporate contributors since prior to the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq.

“Its vital that we remove corporate influence from public policy making and that we have a transparent election process,” said Molison. Molison has advocated public financing of political campaigns and like McKinney has campaigned for paper ballots to restore transparency and integrity to the election process. “The campaign contributions of war profiteers have corrupted the U.S. Congress and those of the petroleum industry have corrupted our City Council. From top to bottom its time we took our Democracy back

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