Communications Director, United National Committee
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Stephan “Chairman Seku” Evans Launches New Campaign Website
Denver, Colorado, March 9, 2020 – Stephan “Seku” Evans, Unity Party of Colorado candidate for United States Senate, has launched the new campaign website of https://electseku.com/ as part of a campaign reboot going into the state April nominating convention in Broomfield.
“A new website is just the beginning,” says Seku’s new Campaign Director Angie Sandoval. “And regardless of the end of the beginning at the April convention, we’ll be working all-out for Unity on issues important to urban and rural communities across Colorado and America through the November election and beyond.”
“I’m encouraged to see Uniter campaigns across the board continue to grow and develop,” says United National Committee Chairman Bill Hammons. “Our momentum only continues to grow, and I look forward to announcing a robust list of nominees for the General Election at the Broomfield convention next month.”
About Stephan “Chairman Seku” Evans
Stephan “Chairman Seku” Evans was born and raised in Denver, attending Manual High before attending college on both basketball and academic scholarships (he led the Manual team to three city championships) and starting a family with his high school sweetheart. In the late 60’s he joined the Denver chapter of the Black Panther Party, and went on to 25 years as a successful florist and small business owner before twice running for Mayor of Denver. His campaign website is https://electseku.com/.
About the Unity Party of America
The Unity Party of America was founded on November 4, 2004. This Centrist national political party now covers 40 States — latest State: Wyoming — is officially recognized at the State level as a result of successful Unity Party candidate petitions as well as at the Federal level (FEC # C00591313), and has fielded several 2020 candidates in multiple states for all levels of Federal office. Its official website is www.unityparty.us.
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