My name is Kwabena “Cubby” Nkromo and I am running as a write-in candidate with the Green Party of Georgia to be elected State Representative “for what we have in common” as a community.
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Monday, August 6, 2012
Nkromo Kwabena's run for the District 57 race for State House Representative comes to an early end.
Candidate Kwabena "Cubby" Nkromo, of the Green Party and running for the District 57 State Representative seat, recently released a press release announcing his withdrawal from the race. Nkromo had been seen throughout our various neighborhoods campaigning for ballot choice, and asking residents to sign a petition to let him be on the November ballot as a Green Party representative. In Georgia, to be placed on the actual ballot, a third-party candidate needs a huge number of petition signatures by August 6th. Today the Kwabena Nkromo campaign withdrew from the race because the unlikelihood of overcoming the large barrier to entry. I have decided to officially cease my race for State Representative due to our campaign’s unlikelihood of …
Monday, July 23, 2012
Kwabena 'Cubby' Nkromo goes from NPU-T chair to running for the Green Party to be State Representative from District 57.
Kwabena Nkromo, a long-time West End resident and community advocate is moving aggressively forward to seek ballot access as the Green Party candidate in the November election. “I am passionate about my desire and commitment to serve the neighbors and communities of District 57,” states Nkromo. For additional information regarding the campaign and other activities please contact Campaign Manager Abiodun Henderson at 678.861.4249 or email@example.com The 2 other candidates and their videos are here. Rep. Pat Gardner Rep. Rashad Taylor
Friday, July 6, 2012
The Green Party attempts to enter a candidate into the 57th District Race
The Race for Georgia House of Representatives, District 57 continues to heat-up. No longer is it a race between Rep. Pat Gardner and Rep. Rashad Taylor, but community activist Kwabena Nkromo has just entered as The Green Party Candidate. You may have seen Nkromo canvassing your neighborhood over 4th of July, as he is still seeking a number of signatures to be eligible to have his name put on the July 31st ballot. Below is the press release released by The Green Party: Throughout the day on Wednesday, July 4th, the Green Party nominee for the Georgia State House of Representatives District 57 Kwabena Nkromo along with campaign staff and supporters will celebrate Independence Day by canvassing house district 57 seeking signatures and votes…
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Rep. Pat Gardner visited Paschal's Restaurant to hold her first press luncheon on the campaign trail.
Rep. Pat Gardner is a democrat pitted against another fellow democrat in a race for the Georgia House Representative seat for District 57. District 57 was redistricted by House Republicans, so that fellow incumbent Democrats would have to challenge each-other for a single seat. Rep. Gardner held her scheduled press luncheon on Tuesday afternoon just hours after her opponent Rep. Rashad Taylor called a press conference to ask Pat Gardner to "denounce", what he called "anti-gay" flyers that were supposedly distributed to certain Southwest Atlanta neighborhoods. Rep. Gardner acknowledged the other campaign by responding to a GA Voice reporter's question about the issue. She said, "I have had support from the gay community from the first day…
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
West End community leader Kwabena Nkromo is collecting signatures to get on the District 57 ballot as a Green Party candidate
A Green Party candidate is campaigning to get on the District 57 ballot in November. Kwabena Nkromo, a Historic West End community leader, told Patch he began collecting signatures on the petition about three weeks ago. He needs just over 1,500 signatures by August 6 to get his name on the November ballot. “We feel like it’s really do-able,” he said. Nkromo would face the winner of the District 57 Democratic primary in July. Democratic Incumbents Pat Gardner (District 57) and Rashad Taylor (District 55) will face off in what is expected to be a heated race for the Democratic ticket. Gardner and Taylor are forced to run for the same seat after legislators redrew district boundaries statewide last year. Nkromo, a leader of Neighborhood …