FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 31, 2019
Unity Party US Senate Race Remains at 3; Hammons Might Make 4
Communications Director, United National Committee
Austin, TX – Despite rumors to the contrary, the number of Colorado US Senate candidates seeking the Unity Party nomination remains at three, might increase to four with the return of National Chairman Hammons (https://billisrunning.com) to Colorado, and might increase even further with ongoing candidate outreach.
“I’m not entirely sure I’m serious about returning to Colorado and running for the US Senate a third time, having just registered to vote in my new hometown of Cedar Park, Texas, even though I’ve discussed just such a move with my presumptive Presidential running mate,” says Unity Party Chairman Bill Hammons. “But I am serious when I say that the Unity Party is actively recruiting presumptive also-rans from the Duopolistic Colorado US Senate race and on down the ballot, highlighting the opportunity to make a major 2020 impact all Unity Party candidates will have this election cycle. All UP candidates just need to update their voter registrations to ‘Unity’ by January 2nd and show up at the April Denver-area convention to have a solid shot at one nomination or another.”
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.
About the Unity Party of America
The Unity Party of America was founded on November 4, 2004. This Centrist national political party now covers 40 States — latest State: Wyoming — 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 for all levels of Federal office. Its official website is www.unityparty.us.
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