Unity Asks Commission to Expand Debate


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Unity Asks Commission to Expand Debate

Evy Hines
Communications Director, United National Committee
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Unity Asks Commission on Presidential Debates to Expand Debate

Broomfield, Colorado, October 1, 2020 (Thursday) – The Unity Party of America’s United National Committee asks that the Commission on Presidential Debates “break the glass” after Tuesday’s Unpresidential First Presidential Debate and force both major party candidates to accept onto the October 22nd stage all candidates who are on the ballot for at least 30 Electoral Votes, which would include Unity Party Nominee Bill Hammons https://billisrunning.com.

“Seeing as how the proposed expansion of this field would mean 13 candidates, I’ll let the other candidates hash out their Messiah Complex issues,” says United National Committee Chairman Bill Hammons.  “This country doesn’t so much need saving as it just needs some quietly competent leadership executed with the effort and energy required for the job.  America is starting to resemble late Romanov Russia more and more, all for the bargain basement price of $400 million, even Presidential Electors should start to have second thoughts about the candidates they’ve been committed to, and those future Faithful Electors should know their options among candidates who can show a track record.”


About the Unity Party of America

The Unity Party of America was founded on November 4, 2004.  This Centrist national political party now covers 42 States — latest State: Idaho — 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 has fielded several 2020 candidates in multiple states for all levels of Federal office.  Its official website is https://unityparty.us.

About Bill Hammons

Bill Hammons was raised in Odessa, Texas of Friday Night Lights fame, earned a B.A. in English and American Literature from NYU, managed Rights at Newsweek Magazine for seven years and seven days, and moved to Colorado for the running trails before completing his journey home to Texas with a move to Austin, and before making a little bit of history by becoming the first third party candidate in Colorado history to petition onto the State’s General Election ballot and the only one ever to do so single-handedly.  His website is https://billisrunning.com.

This communication paid for by the United National Committee.  Not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.



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