My name, Michael Oatman, will be on the 29 August 2017 Green Party primary ballot (provided my nomination petition signatures are turned in during May). Since I’m running unopposed in the Green Party, that will advance me into the 7 November 2017 General Election for Tucson City Council Ward VI, or six, or 6 if you prefer.
I’m running against Steve Kozachik, who used to be a Republican, and another Republican. But Ward 6 is filled with Progressive Democrats and Greens.
I think the choice is simple: “Ward Six, Vote Green! Vote Oatman in 2017!”
Oh, and if anyone wanted a picture of me, just watch my TV show, Illegal Knowledge.
Here is my Press Release:
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Hello, please circulate widely, thank you!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
TUCSON, AZ (UFNPSI) — 19 April 2017
Michael Oatman is announcing that he is currently an official candidate for Ward Six of the Tucson City Council in 2017.
He will be representing the Green Party of Pima County in the 29 August 2017 Primary Election and in the 7 November 2017 General Election.
He will be attempting to unseat the current City Council member, Steve Kozachik, a former Republican-turned-Democrat.
Oatman has been registered nearly always with the Green Party or as an independent voter for over a decade. He has participated in the 2008 Arizona Presidential Preference Election as a Democrat and again in 2012 and 2016 under the Green Party. He placed third in 2012 Arizona Green Party voting, and won outright in Apache County. In 2012, he also placed tied for first with fellow Green Party candidate Richard Grayson in voting amongst candidates who participated in the Tucson Weekly’s Project White House contest.
Says Oatman, “The people in Ward Six are rather progressive,and want a new direction for the City Council. I feel that I can represent them in Council far more to their interests than either of the two Republicans currently running. Oh yeah, that’s right, Steve’s a Democrat”.
Oatman, a Tucsonan since 1999, is a local television show host, businessman and entrepreneur, and lives in Ward Six, just south of Columbus and Glenn in central Tucson.
This is his first run for a seat on the Tucson City Council.
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Please see his website for further information: http://MichaelOatman.info/
Michael Oatman is currently accepting invitations for interviews from all news and media outlets. Please contact Mr. Oatman using any of the contact methods provided in the header of this release. Thank You for Your Interest!
We Can All Take The Power Back!
Vote Green! Vote Oatman!
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