Levi Hancock a Unity Party Candidate for Colorado Governor

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Energy Drilling Consultant Levi Hancock a Unity Party Candidate for Colorado Governor

Parachute, Colo. — Energy Drilling Consultant Levi Hancock is running as the first Unity Party candidate for Colorado Governor, against incumbent Bill Ritter.

“The Unity Party of America slogan says, ‘Not Right, Not Left, But Forward!’ and I want to move Colorado forward,” says Hancock. “I’m just an average guy who’s been in the oil and gas industry like my father before me, and I’ve felt the economy and things in the state get hard and I know a lot of people who have felt it too. I want to let people know that there is someone willing to stand and run for an office that needs to be turned from its current path. I know that we can protect the beauty of Colorado and the wildlife while also creating and protecting jobs, and creating revenue for the state. I want to give hope back to the thousands of people who have lost their jobs or who have otherwise been affected by this drastic economic decline.”

“Like I was thrilled about Mike Nelson’s declaration for the 4th Congressional District as a Unity Party candidate,” says Bill Hammons, Unity Party of America Chairman, “I’m thrilled about Levi’s declaration as the first Unity Party candidate for Colorado Governor. He’ll be a great spokesman for the party throughout the state, and we as a party will do whatever we can to support him.”

About Levi Hancock

Levi Hancock was born in Farmington, New Mexico, graduated from high school in Las Vegas, Nevada in 1995, and promptly began a rise through the workforce to become the Drilling Manager for an oil company. He is also a devoted father of two sons and an avid photographer. His campaign site is www.electlevi.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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6 thoughts on “Levi Hancock a Unity Party Candidate for Colorado Governor

  1. Third Party Revolution

    We here at Third Party Revolution endorse Levi Hancock in his campaign for Governor of Colorado, along with many other third party and independent candidates seeking public offices nation-wide, ranging from local to federal levels.

  2. Dave Schwab

    Yeah, that slogan is totally ripped off from the Green Party.

    Wouldn’t be a bad thing if he stole the Green platform as well, but this article has no specifics, and the dude is an energy drilling consultant…

    Suspicious.

  3. Brian Holtz

    Libertarians have been the principled alternative to Left and Right ever since 1971, when David Nolan published his article called “Classifying and Analyzing Politico-Economic Systems” in The Individualist, the monthly magazine of the Society for Individual Liberty.

    I’m curious how Greens see themselves as distinct from the Left; decentralized socialism is still socialism. When I plug the platform positions of the Greens and the Democrats into my 20-question test at http://marketliberal.org/test/, both fall into the same neighborhood on the Left side of the chart. I’m doubt any Green can come up with 20 questions that would accurately plot the Dems as Left and the GOP as Right but the LP and the GP as neither.

  4. paulie Post author

    Not all Greens agree with the aspects of the Green Party platform which propose big government solutions to some social problems.

    The Ten Key Values of the Green Party are above the platform, and have a lot more concensus behind them, since they have been adopted by many Green organizations around the world – whereas the platform was voted on by conventions ranging in size from a few dozen people to several hundred, most of whom were not heavily involved in the platform process.

    Roderick Long proposes ways of achieving the Green Party’s Ten Key Values which are entirely compatible with hardcore libertarianism:

    http://aaeblog.com/?s=greensleeves

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