Communications Director, United National Committee
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Hammons/Bodenstab Email 1,100 Signatures to NJ; 800 Needed
Little Rock, Arkansas, July 8, 2020 (Wednesday) – 2020 Unity Party of America Presidential and Vice Presidential Nominees Bill Hammons and Eric Bodenstab (https://billisrunning.com/ and https://ericforallofus.com/) have submitted by email to the New Jersey Division of Elections exactly 1,100 voter signatures (800 are required) to earn placement on the NJ November General Election ballot.
“I’d like to thank the thousand-plus citizens of the Garden State who stated unequivocally that America needs another Presidential option in 2020,” says Hammons. “While we’ve reconsidered a 2020 effort in Arkansas (Americans no doubt are looking for a Commander in Chief who is capable of making wise tactical decisions), I’m already making trips across the Mississippi to get on the Tennessee ballot, will be traveling to Louisiana, and will be spending the next week or two reviewing ballot access in all 50 States to leave no stone unturned.”
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/.
About Eric Bodenstab
Eric Bodenstab grew up in California before moving to Colorado and earning two Master’s Degrees, one in Structural Engineering. He is a married father of two sons, lives in the Denver suburb of Arvada, and is the Chairman of the Unity Party of Colorado. His website is https://ericforallofus.com/.
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