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Rosa Clemente Speaks Tonight!

GREEN PARTY VICE-PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE ROSA CLEMENTE TO PARTICIPATE  IN “OPEN THE DEBATES” RALLY IN DENVER

Rosa Clemente, the recently nominated vice- presidential candidate running with former Congresswoman Cynthia  McKinney on the Green Party ticket, will join Ralph Nader, Matt  Gonzalez, Val Kilmer, Sean Penn, Cindy Sheehan, Tom Morello, Jello  Biafra, Nellie McKay, and Ike Reilly at the “Open the Debates” Super  Rally on Wednesday, August 27, 2008 at 6:00 p.m. at the University  of Denver Magness Arena in Denver, Colorado.

Green Party and other third party and independent candidates in the  2008 presidential race have been consistently excluded from national  and local debates, including progressive Congressman Dennis Kucinich  from national media debates. The Green Party is demanding that  presidential candidate Cynthia McKinney to be included in the  upcoming Google and YouTube debates in New Orleans.

“It is critical for the Hip Hop generation and young people, among  whom only one in fourteen vote or participate in elections, and who  see the current two-party system as antiquated and unable to address  their issues, to be able to hear other alternatives at all political  debates so they can have informed voter choice and become engaged in  real democracy. The Green Party ticket represents something my  generation can vote for, not just an alternative, but an imperative.  This push to have third party and independent voices in national and  local debates helps all of us to make democracy work,” Clemente noted.

The Denver Super Rally, organized by independent candidate Ralph  Nader is being held to coincide with the Democratic National  Convention. A second Super Rally is planned for Minneapolis on  September 4th at Orchestra Hall during the week of the Republican  National Convention. The Super Rallies will be part of an outpouring  of protest in Denver and Minneapolis against the two corporate  controlled parties and their policies of perpetual militarism and  war, at the expense of the necessities here at home.

“Our focus at the Denver Super Rally will be to expand the debates  beyond just two parties,” Nader said. “It’s an issue of central  concern to many Americans and extends far beyond any one candidate.  It is a first amendment matter of speech, petition and assembly  during a Presidential election for both the candidates and the  voters.”

For more information see:

www.votetruth08.com <http://www.votetruth08.com/>

www.rosaclemente.com <http://www.rosaclemente.com/>

http://www.allthingscynthiamckinney.com <http://www.allthingscynthiamckinney.com/

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