Apr 07 2013

Reform Party Candidate for NYC Mayor Carl Person Addresses Political Corruption As Well As School Reform

Source: Independent Political Report

Carl Person was a candidate for the Libertarian Party’s presidential nomination in 2012. He received only 3 votes, or 0.5%. He was also the 2010 Libertarian Party candidate for Attorney General of New York. He received 36,488 votes, or 0.82% in that race. -KL

REFORM PARTY’S CANDIDATE FOR NYC MAYOR PLANS TO SPEND TAXPAYER MONEY ON RESIDENTS AND VOTERS INSTEAD OF CORRUPTING SPECIAL INTERESTS TO TRAIN HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS (WITH A 1-YEAR EVENING/WEEKEND PROGRAM FOR ADULTS) FOR JOBS AT $25-$60/HOUR WITH THE NATION’S 27.5 MILLION SMALL BUSINESSES

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Carl Person, Reform Party Candidate for NYC Mayor
212-307-4444, carlpers2@gmail.com

Julian Panachyd, Campaign Manager
212-307-4444, jul10@verizon.net

New York, New York, April 6, 2013 -
Carl Person, the Reform Party candidate for Mayor of New York City, announced today that “I am the first person to be nominated for Mayor of New York City, and I want voters and other parties and candidates to know what honest politics should be doing for voters and residents in New York City.”

Continue reading at Independent Political Report.

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