Warren Mosler To Participate In 3 Senatorial Debates To Be Hosted By League of Women Voters of Connecticut
September 13, 2010 08:03 AM Eastern Daylight Time
WATERBURY, Conn.–(EON: Enhanced Online News)–Warren Mosler, Independent candidate for US Senate from Connecticut today announced that he had been invited by the vetting committee of the League of Women Voters of Connecticut Education Fund to participate in a series of 3, 60-minute Senatorial debates to be held in October.
“I am deeply honored by my inclusion in these debates as the candidate of the Independent Party of Connecticut,” stated Mosler. “The League carefully examined my qualifications, my academic and professional endorsements, my career history, and my proposals to fix our economy, before deciding that I could make a positive contribution to the discussions.” Mosler has also requested his inclusion in a debate scheduled for October 4, sponsored by the Hartford Courant and Fox News, however, the lineup has yet to be finalized.
Each of the The League of Women Voters of Connecticut Education Fund and the Hearst Connecticut Media Group Senatorial debates will be paired with a 60-minute Gubernatorial debate. These debates will be held at various locations throughout Connecticut with the order of the debates being determined by coin toss. The first one-hour debate will begin at 7:00 p.m. and conclude promptly at 8 p.m. to be followed by the second debate, from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. All media outlets will be invited to cover the event. An experienced representative from the League of Women Voters of Connecticut Education Fund will moderate.
October 7, 2010 The Portuguese Cultural Center, Danbury
October 21, 2010 The Ferguson Library, Main Branch, Stamford
October 28, 2010 The Klein Theater, Bridgeport
About Warren Mosler
Warren Mosler is running as an Independent. His populist economic message features: 1) a full payroll tax (FICA) holiday so that people working for a living can afford to buy the goods and services they produce. 2) $500 per capita Federal revenue distribution for the states 3) An $8/hr federally funded job to anyone willing and able to work to facilitate the transition from unemployment to private sector employment. He has also pledged never to vote for cuts in Social Security payments or benefits. Warren is a native of Manchester, Conn., where his father worked in a small insurance office and his mother was a night-shift nurse. After graduating from the University of Connecticut (BA Economics, 1971), and working on financial trading desks in NYC and Chicago, Warren started his current investment firm in 1982. For the last twenty years, Warren has also been involved in the academic community, publishing numerous journal articles, and giving conference presentations around the globe. Mosler’s new book “The 7 Deadly Innocent Frauds of Economic Policy” is a non-technical guide to the actual workings of the monetary system and exposes the most commonly held misconceptions. He also founded Mosler Automotive, which builds the Mosler MT900, the world’s top performance car that also gets 30 mpg at 55 mph.
Learn more at www.moslerforsenate.com
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