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Cynthia McKinney for President Weekly Update 3/22/08

Issue #3, March 22th, 2008
The Power to the People Committee,
Cynthia McKinney for President Weekly Update.

Hello Powerful People:

Welcome to the third issue of the Power to the People Committee, Cynthia McKinney for President Weekly Update.

— New Design for Website —

We want to thank James O’Hara, a Green Party activist from Colorado, for his beautiful design for the campaign website, which was launched last Monday, in celebration of Cynthia’s birthday.

Among its features is a video channel permitting the user to view one of five videos featuring Cynthia and aspects of her work. Currently showing are
(1) her campaign announcement of December 2007,
(2) Ian Innaba’s feature length documentary on election theft, American Blackout,
(3) cspan coverage of then Congresswoman McKinney grilling Donald Rumsfeld before the House Armed Services Committee,
(4) a personal conversation with Cynthia about the roots of her political activism and
(5) her March 17th, 2007 speech before the Pentagon, declaring her independence from the Democrat Party.

Watch for new videos to be featured in this slot from time to time. And watch as the features of this site continue to expand and improve to better serve voters wishing to support the McKinney Presidential campaign.

— Campaign Visibility —

When on the 18th, a Presidential candidate was afforded coverage on the public’s airwaves to address the nation on the question of race in the Presidential campaign, Cynthia McKinney responded within hours, http://www.runcynthiarun.org/DiscussionOfRaceThatMatters acknowledging that candidate for acknowledging the disparities, but then challenging him to put substance behind his rhetoric, writing:

Now it is time to address the public policies necessary to resolve these disparities. Now it is time to have the discussion on how we are going to come together and put policies in effect that will provide real hope and real opportunity to all in this country.

Her statement kicked off a flurry of critical discussion in blogs across the country. It was also picked up by Pravda (with its 7 million English language readers), at:
Pravda will be translating it into Portugese as well.

On Wednesday, the 19th, Cynthia McKinney spoke at a rally of tens of thousands in San Fransisco who had rallied in opposition to the now five year old war. Her complete remarks are reprinted at: http://www.allthingscynthiamckinney.com/node/294

Cynthia McKinney spoke at the annual Public Interest Environmental Law Conference, held this year in Eugene Oregon. An article on the subject is reprinted here: http://www.allthingscynthiamckinney.com/node/297

The Black Commentator this past week republished an article comparing the programs offered by Cynthia McKinney and Barak Obama/ Hillary Clinton, asking the question, Who is the real progressive? It is reprinted here: http://www.allthingscynthiamckinney.com/node/297

Chris Hedges, in an article called: A Conscientious Objection, drew a stark contrast between the policies advanced by Cynthia McKinney and her two most likely Democrat opponents. His complete thoughts appeared at CommonDreams and are reprinted here:

— Fundraising —

Five down, fifteen to go!

Please make sure your state helps qualify us to double the first $250 of every individual contribution! Make your contribution today then let your friends know you’ve done so and ask them to match or exceed your own contribution. You can donate online at:

Your contributions make this campaign possible, and prepares the way for fifty-one ballot lines, seeing Cynthia in the debates and giving her an opportunity to tell the American people how a McKinney / Green / Reconstruction Transition Team would differ from one organized by McCain, Clinton or Obama.

To learn more about our efforts to qualify for the Federal Matching Program, check out the details at: http://www.runcynthiarun.org/node/1

— Joining our Updates list —

Growth in subscriptions to this list has fallen off from 50% last week to only 17% this week. Please do your part to spread the good news of this campaign by sharing this weekly update with your network and inviting them to subscribe themselves at: http://supporters.runcynthiarun.org/supporters.cgi?function=subscribe

Or simply send your friends to our website and ask them to use the subscription form in the top right corner of the page.

Until next week,

— The Campaign Team

Paid for by the
Power to the People Committee,
Cynthia McKinney for President

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