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New York, NY – Carl E. Person, a New York attorney, announces that he is running for New York Attorney General as a Green-Party candidate.
“I seek this office,” states Person, “because I understand how it is the second most powerful office in the United States, and that Eliot Spitzer is using only 2% of the power given to him.”
“The power of the office,” according to Person, “comes from a few factors, including that the office is elective; no new statutes are required to do the work; the attorney general requires no agreement with any political bosses to operate; the attorney general renders his own legal opinions; and the attorney general can create its own funding, of billions of dollars each year, through proper performance of the attorney general’s responsibilities to the public.”
Eliot Spitzer, only using 2% of his power, has catapulted himself into the apparent role of next Governor of New York, and apparent candidate for the U.S. Presidency – all through his role as New York Attorney General, the 2nd most powerful office in the country. Person claims that “Spitzer is abandoning an office where he could do a great deal of good for New York residents to run for Governor, an office that historically has accomplished very little for New Yorkers.”
Person’s candidacy to replace the 2% Spitzer has 43 main promises, most of which Person claims he “can achieve without having to get any legislative enactments or Constitutional amendments”. Other candidates running for various elective offices talk about what they would like to do if they can get others to agree, but Person states that his “campaign is run on the basis of what he and his staff, using the powers of the Attorney General, can do for the voters of New York”.
Some of Person’s 43 promises (described in his website) include:
Person’s website for his candidacy explains each of his 43 issues in detail, at www.lawmall.com/carlpersonforNYattorneygeneral, to be moved to URL www.carlperson4NYAG.com .