Laura Wells, California Green for Governor, Appears in Court on Election Day on “Trespassing” Charge from Debate

Ballot Access News:

Laura Wells, Green Party gubernatorial nominee, will appear in court in San Rafael, California, on election day. She was arrested for trespassing last month when she tried to sit in the audience for one of the Jerry Brown-Meg Whitman major party gubernatorial debates. She and her attorney, Matt Gonzalez, are holding a press conference on the county courthouse steps at 12:30 p.m. See this story.

3 thoughts on “Laura Wells, California Green for Governor, Appears in Court on Election Day on “Trespassing” Charge from Debate

  1. Aaron Hamlin

    The host of the debate, AARP (American Association of Retired Persons) is supposedly a nonpartisan nonprofit. With that kind of partisan behavior, it must not care very much about its nonprofit status.

  2. Robert Milnes

    Matt Gonzale loser.
    OK everybody, it is Losing Tuesday. Everybody go vote. & watch the returns. & lay back & enjoy the screwing the reactionaries stick to you. Use as much lube as you can. & take heart that the new cycle starts Wednesday morning! Another opportunity to LOSE!

  3. Robert Milnes

    & I hope you all realize that government supercomputers probably figured out The Fake Progressive Liberal Democrat Strategy that brought you Barack. & probably figured out PLAS long ago which they would obviously keep secret(classified).
    Political Games & War Games supercomputer programs.

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