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Background and photos: DC Statehood Green Party

Reached out to a leader in the DC Statehood Green Party for primary info. Didn’t get any word back yet–but pictures are worth a thousand words. Right?

So, she sent me some photos of the recent Green Party Presidential Candidates Forum held in DC on February 2nd. I will post them.

In looking up the press release for the forum, I also noticed a clue about the lay of the land in DC. The announcement listed all the candidates, including Ralph Nader–who is still a draft candidate. And, they put an asterisk by his name, as a courtesy to list him, but say he is not an official candidate. That should mean that they are being open and fair towards all possibilities. Perhaps Nader and McKinney will be neck-and-neck in DC, as they are in Massachusetts, where they have still not announced their Super Tuesday results?

DC Statehood Green Party Presidential Forum

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Nader at DC Green Party Presidential Candidates Forum

From the DC Statehood Green Party web-site:

Green Campaign 2008

Presidential Candidate Forum
Saturday, February 2, 2008
10:00 am
Busboys & Poets
14th and V Streets, NW
Washington, DC

Invited Candidates

– Jesse Johnson
– Cynthia McKinney
– Kent Mesplay
– Ralph Nader *
– Kat Swift

Busboys & Poets @ 14 th and V Streets, NW
Washington, DC
(202-387-POET)

Metro (Greenline):U Street/African American Civil War Memorial stop 14th Street bus lines (52, 53, 54)

Two blocks from 16th Street bus lines (S2, S4)
Street Parking

Sponsored by the DC Statehood Green Party, Maryland Green Party and Virginia Green Party

Information:
Tom or Tamar Yager – 703-xxx
Jane Zara – 202-xxx

* Not a declared candidate as of printing.

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