FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
To our Commentary and News Release List™
Thursday, April 30, 1998
For Immediate Release;
Contact Robert Colaco at (818)757-1776
Citizens For A Better America ® announces its endorsements for the May 05, 1998 North Carolina primary.
Citizens For A Better America a national, grassroots, non-connected, independent political committee announces its endorsement of local candidate:
Mac Butner, Candidate for North Carolina’s 23rd State Senate District in the May 5th, 1998 primary election.
Mac Butner is proudly placed on Citizens For A Better America ®, “Good Guys List”™.
As Robert Colaco, national chairman of Citizens For A Better America stated in his letter to the candidate:
“If elected you will have the responsibilities of making appointments, of hiring staff, as well as, of writing and voting on legislation. Citizens For A Better America looks for men and women who will be consistent not only in what they say during
their campaign, but consistent in their voting, hiring practices and their appointments. We believe character is developed over a lifetime not just during the campaign cycle."
Because we believe we can count on you to show this kind of consistency. It is obvious from your answers to our Candidate Questionnaire and our phone conversation together that you understand the challenges facing the families in your district, county,
state and across America.
Because of your desire to return America back to it’s foundation of morality and values, we are proud to endorse you."
“We are very proud of the candidates that qualify to be on our ”Good Guys List"™, because they have the guts to not only answer correctly 19 very difficult questions, go through a phone interview but also sign our questionnaire under the penalty of
perjury, we admire this kind of courage," said Colaco.
Citizens For A Better America ® is not controlled or authorized by any political party, candidate, labor union or corporation. It is a committee of caring Americans united to work to see America become a better place for them and their children.
During a March 6th, 1998 phone conversation with the State Board of Elections, Robert Colaco confirmed that North Carolina does not maintain phone numbers of the candidates for public office.
“We are extremely disappointed that the State of North Carolina’s Board of Elections Office does not maintain phone numbers for candidates,” said Colaco. “Political leaders all over America from the President on down are constantly talking about how more
and more of the citizenry needs to be involved in the political process. The U.S. Congress passed and the President signed into law ‘The motor voter law’ so that more citizens can be registered to vote and be involved in the voting process, but North
Carolina is discouraging voters by not publishing the candidates phone numbers,” said Robert Colaco, national chairman of Citizens For A Better America.
“I would challenge all the political leaders of the State of North Carolina to follow through by giving the citizenry of North Carolina easier ways to contact the candidates that are seeking their votes, than just by having to write those candidates
letters,” said Colaco. “There may need to be a change made as far as state law to allow the request for more information on candidate filing forms. If state law needs to be changed or filing forms need to be changed why not come into the 21st century by
not only adding phone numbers but also fax number, e-mail address, website address,” said Colaco. “Ultimately, this request for this information can even be voluntary as is the case right now in many states around America.”
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