1st Unity Party County Website Launched


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1st Unity Party County Website Launched

Eric Bodenstab
Deputy Director of Communications, United National Committee
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First Unity Party County Website Launched In Boulder, Colorado

Boulder, Colorado, February 24, 2021 (Wednesday) – The Unity Party of Boulder County, Colorado becomes the first county-level Unity Party of America organization to launch its own website, https://www.unitedbouldercounty.org.

“This website is just the first small step towards transforming Boulder County politics,” says Unity Party of Boulder County Chairman Matthew Turner.  “Like other local Unity Parties across Colorado and the country as a whole we’re redefining American politics by totally rethinking American politics.  More than a quarter of our county’s Unity Party voter registrations are in the 18-24 age range, and rest assured we’re already tapping that energy to define Boulder’s future.”

“I’d like to thank Boulder County Chair Matthew Turner, Vice Chair Tim Wolf, and Creative Director Elijah Herson for setting the standard for our local organizations,” says Unity Party of America Chairman Bill Hammons.  “It’s probably no surprise that the Unity Party representing the Rocky Mountain West tech hub of Boulder came up with such a great website to start, and we look forward to seeing what else these guys come up with as we gear up for 2022.”


About the Unity Party of America

The Unity Party of America was founded on November 4, 2004.  This Centrist national political party now covers 44 States — latest State: Massachusetts — is officially recognized at the State level as a result of successful Unity Party candidate petitions as well as at the Federal level (FEC # C00591313), and fielded several 2020 candidates in multiple states for all levels of Federal office.  Its official website is https://unityparty.us.

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