Monday, September 25, 2006

Kevin Zeese, Independent Candidate for MD's US Senate @ 2006 Black Luv Festival

In his remarks at the 2006 Black Luv Festival when speaking about the truth in American politics, Green-Libertarian-Populist US Senate candidate for Maryland, Kevin Zeese, said that though the democratic party takes the Afro-American vote for granted without the Black vote democrats, simply, could not win.

He said further that though history reveals that far more whites are involved with drugs in the state of Maryland, 90% of those in the system for drug offenses are black compared to 7% that are white.

Which, as a 52 year old gay black man who for more than 40 years has practiced integration ... I know a great deal about. And have spoken, extensively, on in my writings.

On 24 September, Zeese was endorsed by the Baltimore Times as the best candidate for Afro-Americans.

Tomorrow night, 26 September 2006, the Unity Convention of the Zeese For Senate Campaign will feature representatives of the three parties that nominated him, Green, Populists, Libertarians as well as Democrats, Republicans and Independents who support him. There will be speakers who work for the issues Zeese is advocating -- Peace, Justice, Democracy and Prosperity. The event is being held at the University of Baltimore, 1420 Maryland Ave. at 7 PM.

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