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Sare for Senate Campaign Files Petitions for New York State Ballot Access

May 29-- Fifty campaign volunteers joined candidate, Diane Sare, to file  yesterday with the New York State Board of Elections in Albany well over the onerous 45,000-signature requirement to obtain Sare’s  ballot status as an independent candidate for U.S. Senate in the Nov. 5 general election.

After filing under the independent party designated as the “LaRouche Party,” Sare’s campaign team and LaRouche indendent Congressional candidate Jose Vega (CD 15, Bronx) met at a local Albany venue, where she announced: “Coming out of here, we are going to be doing banner deployments, street deployments, field deployments…. We have to have the image of what the United States will do when it joins the Belt and Road, when we come back to our revolutionary identity…. Whether we control what happens to the election or not, we have to win the policy, because if we don’t, none of us may be here to commemorate Memorial Day in the future.” Sare intends to make the fight for peace in the world against the war party, which includes President "Sleepy Joe" Biden and well as her Democratic opponent Kirsten Gillibrand (D) and her cohort, and former Sare opponent, Senate Majority leader Chuck Schumer (D), the major feature in her campaign.

Sare’s full presentation at the event is posted on her website under “Sare Campaign Files Petitions.” 

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