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Drilling Fluids Engineer Mike Nelson Declares as Unity Party Candidate for Colorado 4th
Evans, Colo. — Drilling Fluids Engineer Mike Nelson is running as the first Unity Party of America candidate for Colorado’s 4th Congressional District, against incumbent Betsy Markey.
“I feel that the only way for change to happen is to make it happen,” says Nelson. “With our current parties in place I have watched as the economy has tumbled and politicians have fought over how to spend more taxpayer money. I am just appalled at the way the government is spending our future generations’ money. I believe that we have to become energy independent, but that we have to do it in an environmentally safe way. I feel that farmers are Colorado’s best resource. I pledge to help the people of Colorado as best as I can.”
“I’m thrilled to have Mike Nelson, a fellow one-time resident of Odessa, Texas, run as the second Unity Party Congressional candidate here in Colorado,” says Bill Hammons, Unity Party of America Chairman. “We’re awaiting confirmation whether he and our Gubernatorial candidate Levi Hancock will appear on the November 2010 ballot as write-in candidates or next to the word ‘Unity,’ but, in any event, we’ll give him all the support we can. And from a party in 23 states whose website receives thousands of visitors a day, that might end up being quite a lot.”
About Mike Nelson
Mike Nelson was born in Brighton, Colorado in 1975 and lived in several states before returning to Colorado in 1994. Mike is married with two daughters, lives in Evans, and worked as a truck driver for eight years before moving up to work the last seven years as an oilfield drilling fluids engineer. His campaign site is www.mikenelsonforcongress.com.
About the Unity Party of America
The Unity Party of America was founded on Nov. 4, 2004. This centrist national political party now covers 23 states — latest state: Nebraska — is officially recognized in the State of Colorado, fielded multiple candidates in 2008, and has fielded more candidates for 2009 and 2010. Its website is www.unityparty.us.
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