|Jerrad Hardin||GOTV Field Coordinator||Gainesville|
|Colin Speer||GOTV Field Coordinator||Gainsville|
|Mark Kamleiter||State Coordinator||Tampa Bay|
|Tom Cook||Regional Coordinator||Orlando|
|Stanley Laham||Regional Coordinator||Davie|
|Cara Campbell||Regional Coordinator||Fort Lauderdale|
|Daniel Lopez||Regional Coordinator||Fort Lauderdale|
|Timothy Trewyn||Regional Coordinator||Fort Pierce|
|Andy Avalos||Regional Coordinator||Hialeah|
|Kevin Derby||Regional Coordinator||Jacksonville|
|Leon Rodriguez||Regional Coordinator||Tallahassee|
|Suzan Bekirolu||Regional Coordinator||Tampa|
|Adam Sheetz||Regional Coordinator||West Palm Beach|
|Sean Matharoo||Community Contact||Gainsville|
|Nikki||Community Contact||St. Petersburg|
|Charles Suggs||Community Contact||St. Petersburg|
|Lynne Richardson||Community Contact||Tampa Bay|
|Daniel Cook||Campus Organizer, Edison State College, Collier Campus||Naples|
|Kevin Derby||Campus Organizer, Edward Waters College||Jacksonville|
|Leon Rodriguez||Campus Organizer, Florida State University||Tallahassee|
|Rebecca Albano||Campus Organizer, Gulf Coast Community College||Panama City|
|Robert Hevert||Campus Organizer, Lynn University||Boca Raton|
|Andrew Keating||Campus Organizer, Santa Fe Community College||Gainesville|
|Eduardo Rodriguez||Campus Organizer, University of Central Florida||Orlando|
|Suzan Bekiroglu||Campus Organizer, University of South Florida||Tampa|
|Natalya Scarboro||Campus Organizer, West Orange High School||Winter Garden|
"On Tuesday, October 28 at 11:15 a.m., consumer advocate and Florida Ecology Party presidential candidate Ralph Nader will hold a press conference in Room 429 of the Main Library in the Historic Hemming Plaza, 303 North Laura St. Jacksonville, FL 32202. Mr. Nader will speak on a variety of topics including the economic crisis, the fraudulent Commission on Presidential Debates which excludes alternative voices from participating, and other pressing issues especially pertinent to Florida residents."
"On Tuesday, October 28 at 1
p.m., consumer advocate and Florida Ecology Party presidential
candidate Ralph Nader will hold a press conference in Rion Ballroom A
of the J. Wayne Reitz Union at the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL 32611, followed by a 1:30 p.m. rally. Mr. Nader
will speak on a variety of topics including the economic crisis, the
fraudulent Commission on Presidential Debates which excludes
alternative voices from participating, and other pressing issues
especially pertinent to Florida residents."
"On Tuesday, October 28 at 6 p.m., consumer advocate and Florida Ecology Party presidential candidate Ralph Nader will hold a press conference at the Cuban Club, 2010 N. 14th St., Tampa, FL 33605, followed by a 6:30 p.m. rally. Mr. Nader will speak on a variety of topics including the economic crisis, the fraudulent Commission on Presidential Debates which excludes alternative voices from participating, and other pressing issues especially pertinent to Florida residents."
Qualifying for the Ballot
PRESS RELEASE from Nader for President 2008
HQ) Loralynne Krobetzky, 202-471-5833, email@example.com;
(Florida) Mark Kamleiter, 727-822-1543, firstname.lastname@example.org
Presidential Candidate Ralph Nader and V.P. running mate, Matt
Gonzalez, were nominated by the Ecology Party of Florida and will
appear on the ballot in November. Gary Hecker, Treasurer of the Ecology
Party, is thrilled with the choice of candidates. "Nader and Gonzalez
are the only candidates that truly put the environment at the
forefront. Mr. Nader was instrumental in establishing the Clean Air
Act, the Clean Water Act, and the EPA. Nader/Gonzalez will not sell out
to corporate interests. I can't believe that any real environmentalist
would support anyone else."
The Nader/Gonzalez campaign has completed its goal of achieving 45 state ballots, and will be a write-in choice in four other states. Mr. Nader and Mr. Gonzalez are pleased to be allying with a party that has initiative, ecological wisdom, and an eye for the future.
About Ralph Nader
Attorney, author, and consumer advocate Ralph Nader has been named by Time Magazine one of the "100 Most Influential Americans in the 20th Century." For more than four decades he has exposed problems and organized millions of citizens into more than 100 public interest groups advocating solutions. He led the movement to establish the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Consumer Product Safety Commission, and was instrumental in enacting the Safe Drinking Water Act, the Motor Vehicle Safety Act, the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and countless other pieces of important consumer legislation. Because of Ralph Nader we drive safer cars, eat healthier food, breathe better air, drink cleaner water, and work in safer environments. Nader graduated from Princeton University and received an LL.B from Harvard Law School.
About Matt Gonzalez
Matt Gonzalez was elected to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors in 2000 representing San Francisco's fifth council district. From 2003 to 2005, he served as Board of Supervisors President. A former public defender, Gonzalez is managing partner of Gonzalez & Leigh, a 7-attorney practice in San Francisco that represents individuals and organizations in mediation, arbitration, and administrative proceedings before state and federal regulatory bodies. Gonzalez graduated from Columbia University and received a JD from Stanford Law School.
About the Nader/Gonzalez Campaign
The Nader/Gonzalez independent presidential candidacy will be on the ballot in 45 states, is polling at 5-6 percent nationally, and a new Time/CNN poll shows Ralph Nader polling 8 percent in New Mexico, 7 percent in Colorado, 7 percent in Pennsylvania, and 6 percent in Nevada -- all key battleground states
For more information on the Nader/Gonzalez campaign, visit: VoteNader.org.