Unity Party Triples Candidate Count and Opens Next Year’s Primary


Joe Gibbs
Communications Director

Odessa, Texas – The Unity Party of Colorado (www.unitypartycolorado.com) on Saturday held its first official meeting since achieving full recognition by the State of Colorado, and tripled its candidate count while writing into its new state party constitution that Unity Party primaries will always be open to Unaffiliated voters, an option allowed by new state law. New Unity Party of Colorado Assistant Vice Chair Scott Wagner, former Democratic candidate for State House District 43, switched his party affiliation to “Unity” via his smartphone while simultaneously declaring his intention to run as the Unity candidate in the same election, and re-elected Vice Chair Chris Otwell declared his intention to run as the Unity candidate for University of Colorado Regent-at-Large also in 2018, becoming the second statewide Unity candidate this election cycle along with Unity Gubernatorial candidate and re-elected Unity Party Chairman Bill Hammons.

“Now that our new party constitution has been confirmed as received by the Secretary of State’s office and our new party status is now 100% official, it’s time to look forward to 2018,” says party chairman Bill Hammons from on the road in his old hometown of Odessa, Texas. “We aim to triple our candidate count again and again before our March 2018 convention, now that Unity candidates are no longer required to petition onto the General Election ballot and can instead be nominated at that convention. We also look forward to an eventful party primary season, as Colorado’s million-strong Unaffiliated voters and their commonsense values will no doubt be a deciding factor in which Unity candidates proceed to the General.”


About the Unity Party of America

The Unity Party of America was founded on Nov. 4, 2004. This Centrist national political party now covers 37 States — latest State: New Jersey — 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 candidates several election cycles in a row. Its website is www.unityparty.us.

This communication paid for by the United Colorado Committee

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