Posted on August 21, 2013 by the webmaster
On August 27 with her supporters by her side Cindy Sheehan will officially announce her candidacy in the 2014 race for Governor of the State of California. Cindy will arrive by bicycle at the North Steps of the State Capital at 10:00am.
Please join us at the State Capitol for this important announcement.
There are two ways to join in. Ride your bike across the causeway with Cindy and her supporters. We will meet at the fruit stand on the Davis side of the causeway and depart at 8:30am. Or you can meet at the North Steps of the capitol at 10:00am to cheer us on and stand with Cindy at the formal announcement.
The Peace and Freedom Party supports Cindy Sheehan for Governor in 2014.
Cindy Sheehan, aged 56, is an internationally renowned peace and social justice activist.
Sheehan’s oldest son Casey was killed in Iraq on April 04, 2004 and many came to know about her and her work when she set up a peace camp near the faux-ranch of then president George W. Bush in Crawford, TX in the summer of 2005.
Since then, Cindy Sheehan, has traveled the world working with fellow activists demanding peace and working with others to help create a world that is peaceful and more economically secure and equal.
Cindy Sheehan is a native Californian who was raised in a California where education was excellent and other social safety nets were not as small and filled with holes so big, millions of Californians fall through.
Sheehan majored in California History at UCLA and envisions a state that leads the world in peace, economic stability and equality, environmental sustainability, delivering high-quality public education from pre-K through university. She knows it can be done because it has been done before.
Cindy Sheehan has published seven books, been arrested for peace about 21 times, is currently a resident of Vacaville, CA and the mother of three surviving children and four grandchildren who are her love and her inspiration.
For more on Cindy's campaign see Cindy for California Governor 2014.