Socialist Party Presidential Candidate
July 24 2008
Antiwar candidate also plans to visit bread lines, experience bus system and has requested tour and overnight stay in county jail. Brian Moore will also attend Franciscan mass and is attempting baseball workout with city's adult league.
On Friday, July 25, 2008, Socialist Party presidential candidate Brian Moore will arrive by airplane in the state of Wisconsin to initiate the Socialist Party's ballot access petition drive at its annual picnic at Kern Park #1 on Saturday, July 26th, from 12 noon to 4 PM, in Milwaukee.
The presidential candidate also will visit the bread lines at St. Benedict the Moor church either Friday or Saturday evening around 5 PM, (9th Street) and he will travel the Milwaukee bus system in light of its recent cutbacks and the high gas prices and souring economy.
Moore has also faxed county sheriff David A. Clarke requesting a tour of the penal facilities with an extraordinary request to stay overnight in the facility as well. The candidate slept overnight in Lorton prison in 1986 when he ran against then DC Mayor Marian Barry, whose jurisdiction used the federal penal facilities in Lorton, VA.
Moore, a former Franciscan seminarian, in an order dedicated to serving the poor, plans to attend early Saturday or Sunday morning Mass as an integral part of his common good philosophy. And finally, Moore has e-mailed the Milwaukee Adult Baseball League, requesting an opportunity to practice with a team Saturday morning or evening, depending on a team's schedule. Moore, a former college baseball player, is a left-handed first baseman and bats left-handed as well.