Whitney ad to air on Comedy Central and MSNBC

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Rich Whitney announced on Thursday that his campaign has released a television advertisement that will be airing on MSNBC and Comedy Central. In the ad, Whitney emphasizes his desire to be included in all gubernatorial debates. The spot can also be viewed at his website http://www.whitneyforgov.org/.

Rich Whitney is a 55-year-old civil rights and employment lawyer from Carbondale. As a lawyer, he has fought for working people who have lost their jobs or had their rights violated. A founder of the Illinois Green Party, he has long been politically active in support of the labor, health-care reform, environmental, civil rights, and peace movements. In 2006, he served as the Green Party’s first candidate for Governor, winning over 360,000 votes and making it possible for Illinois voters to have a third choice on the ballot statewide.

9 thoughts on “Whitney ad to air on Comedy Central and MSNBC

  1. James O. Ogle "Joogle"

    The Eighth US Parliament
    8/6/2008 to 8/5/2012
    Prime Ministers:
    Gail Lightfoot [Libertarian], Ralph Hoffmann [Democratic-Republican], and Mary J. Ruwart [Libertarian]
    Secretaries:
    James Ogle [Free Parliamentary] and David Olkkola [Democratic]

    100 Elected Members of the Parliament (MPs)

    Libertarian Party – 22 Members of Parliament (MPs)
    Gail Lightfoot, Michael Badnarik, Mary J. Ruwart, Starchild, Ned Roscoe, Richard Winger, Gary Nolan, Cory Nott, Lawrence Samuels, Kristi Stone, Doug Tuma, Aaron Starr, Gabriella Douglas, Mark Hinkle, William J. Wagoner, Dwight Bailey, Richard Vinable, Aarde Atheian, Alex Plewniak, Howard Stern, Bob Barr, Zachary Scott Gordon [American Libertarian]

    Parties with One Seat – 16 MPs
    Vanessa Morley [Defender of the Republic], Darryl W. Perry [Boston Tea], Pat Buchanan [Reform], Orion Karl Daley [Balanced], Noam Chomsky [New], Mike Bogatirev [Environmentalist], Michale Treeplanter [Co-Operative], Michael Davis [Natural Law], David Frey [Socialist USA/California], Mark P. Steele [Discordian], Eric Charles [Orwellian], Michael Looney [Houseless], Eric Stevenson [Pizza], Lloyd Llewellen [Flying Saucer], John Coffey [Unity08] and Mike Banon [Skateboard]

    Green Party – 14 MPs
    Winona Laduke, David Cobb, Medea Benjamin, Mike Nelson, Susan Estes, Kevin Clark [Green/Libertarian], Patrick Purcell, Thomas Leavitt, Mike Rogers, Tad Robinson, Michael Grazian, Gary Swing, Brett Johnsen, Dinah Coffman

    Democratic Party – 9 MPs
    Dennis Kucinich, PRAVDA McCroskey, David Olkkola, Al Gore, Barbara Boxer, John Edwards, Jerry Brown, Victor Cantu, Ralph Hoffmann [Democratic-Republican]

    Independent – 8 MPs
    Arianna Huffington, Rob Elliott, Dale Gieringer, John Anderson, Kat Penisten, Michael Moore, Casper Leitch, Ralph Nader

    Republican Party – 8 MPs
    Ron Paul, Jim Doyle, Colin Powell, John McCain, Lani Guinier, Arnold Swarzenegger, Rush Limbaugh, Dennis Peron

    Pot Party – 5 MPs
    Nate Brown, Myra Fourwinds, Sister Somayah [Pot / Nigritian Kief], Brandon Garcia, Scott Comings

    Free Parliamentary Party – 4 MPs
    Laura Booth, Marcellius Smith [Parliament], Daniel Penisten [Free Parliament] and James Ogle

    Marijuana Party – 3 MPs
    Sabrina Melicia, Kelly Russell, J. Roach

    Peace and Freedom Party – 3 MPs
    Jan Tucker, Maureen Smith, Stewart Alexander

    Comedy Central – 2 MPs
    Stephen Colbert, Jon Stewart Info.

    Not Avail. – 2 MPs
    Clint Eastwood, Woody Harrelson

    Radical Revolutionary Party – 2 MPs
    Annie Garner, Jennifer Perkins

    Radical Revolutionary Party – 2 MPs
    Annie Garner, Jennifer Perkins

    Constitution Party – 2 MPs
    Michael Peroutka and Don J. Grundmann

    Total: 100 Members of Parliament (MPs)

    President Ron Paul [Republican]
    Vice President Gail Lightfoot [Libertarian]

  2. paulie Post author

    What can be more blatantly discriminatory and ridiculous than shutting a candidate out of the debates who got over 10% of the vote for Governor last time?

    Time to break out the chicken and duck suits and follow the Republican and Democratic candidates everywhere they go.

  3. paulie Post author

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE—October 22, 2010

    MEDIA ADVISORY

    CONTACT: Brandon Punke, Communications Director

    Whitney for Governor

    618-434-0046

    media@whitneyforgov.org

    CONTACT: Doug Dobmeyer, Deputy Communications Director

    312-315-6887

    doug@whitneyforgov.org

    RICH WHITNEY TO APPEAR ON CNN

    Carbondale, IL— Green Party gubernatorial candidate Rich Whitney will appear on CNN tomorrow at approximately 9:30 AM central time. Mr. Whitney will be on the show CNN Newsroom hosted by Suzanne Malveaux and TJ Holmes. The candidate will discuss the “Whiteygate” ballot scandal and his campaign in general.

    Saturday, October 23

    Who: Green Party gubernatorial candidate Rich Whitney

    What: Appearance on CNN Newsroom

    When: 9:30 AM central

    Where: CNN

    Rich Whitney is a 55-year-old civil rights and employment lawyer from Carbondale. As a lawyer, he has fought for working people who have lost their jobs or had their rights violated. A founder of the Illinois Green Party, he has long been politically active in support of the labor, health-care reform, environmental, civil rights, and peace movements. In 2006, he served as the Green Party’s first candidate for Governor, winning over 360,000 votes and making it possible for Illinois voters to have a third choice on the ballot statewide.

    For candidate interview requests please contact Brandon Punke at 618-434-0046 or Doug Dobmeyer at 312-315-6887.

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  4. Carey Campbell

    We’ve launched a new IndependentGreen Youtube channel. For starters we’ll feature about 50 videos from Green Party candidates who participated in our recent press conference.

    This video features the Arkansas Green Party candidate for congress Ken Adler.

    We did not have enough time – with 2 hours – to get all the Green Party candidates in the program, who wanted to participate.

    The press release below described what we were doing. It has been misrepresented and misreported elsewhere.

    Where: National Press Club: the Bloomberg Room

    What: Committee to Draft Michael Bloomberg, America’s leading Independent to lead in forming America’s Third Major Party.

    Who: Committee to Draft Michael Bloomberg, Independent Green, and Green Party candidates on the ballot in 2010.

    How: Combine Independents, Independence and Green Parties to create America’s Third Major Party.

    This Press Conference and forum features Green Party candidates on the ballot eager to join Michael Bloomberg and Independents to turn the Green Party into America’s Third Major Party. Many Green Party local, state, and federal candidates on the ballot will be introduced. They will discuss their campaigns and positive solutions in 2010.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C58NMjeAclg&feature=mfu_in_order&playnext=1&videos=nf_6-rUnlL4

  5. paulie Post author

    Listened to the three other clips you posted, none of which mentioned a single word about Bloomberg. Is this one going to be different?

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