Laura Wells announced on January 11, 2010, her candidacy for the Green Party nomination for Governor of California. Ms. Wells, a former financial and business analyst, received 420,000 votes in 2002 in her run for State Controller, the most any state Green Party candidate has received in a partisan statewide race.
An expert in stocks, bond, pension funds and real estate, Wells, an Oakland resident, will outline a plan to “fix the way money works” in California, creating a fairer tax system to benefit the vast majority of taxpayers, and providing “great” schools, universal healthcare, job opportunities and a cleaner environment. Rather than drowning in debt and begging Wall Street for loans, Wells states that California can institute a State Bank that invests in California’s infrastructure, and future generations.
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