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  New York State, Will Have a Unoin Member for Governor in 2006
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ContributorThomas Walker 
Last EditedThomas Walker  Feb 06, 2006 09:34pm
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News DateTuesday, February 7, 2006 03:00:00 AM UTC0:0
DescriptionNew York State, Will Have a Unoin Member for Governor in 2006


"We will enter the Democratic Primary, and put the Rent Is Too Damn High Party for the Independent Ballot".

NYS, is under a State of EMERGENCY in more ways than one. A Rich Elected Official don't No, and understand what struggling working man or women are going through. But...we keep voting for them into public office year after year. It's time for a change. Give this, (Retired Disable, Federal Employee-Vietnam Veteran-Book Author) a chance to be heard.

Call: (917) 202-7934 * E-mail: rentisto@aol.com

We need your Help, Abolishing this Discriminating Law, The NYS Taylor Law

New York State, has join forces with every City, Town, and Country to destroy UNIONS.

The RENT Is Too Damn High movement, ask UNIONS to join forces with us, and Fight Back.

Union Busting

Union Busting, the Governor and the Mayor of the State and City of New York woke me up to this cause. I consider an emergency cause. Making public employees wait (2, 3 years maybe longer) for decent contract.

After a successful attempt getting on the ballot in the race for 2005 Mayoral race in New York City only to be discriminated against by not being allowed to participate on the Debates, and after watching the TWU fighting for better benefits for there members it is clear what my next move will be, and the reason for me making this decision.

"I am a former A.F.L.C.I.O. member but what this City and State have put Union members through is Disgusting, and Disgraceful. My concern is the cost of living and the rising cost of Rent "One Pay Check away from being Homeless" the percentage offered is simply not enough as the cost of living continue to rise we need leaders in office that understand what needs to do and what needs to be done.

This is why "I have made the decision to be the next Governor of the State of New York. "I am seeking your support early. We hope you don’t listen to anyo
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