Paul Leaves Democratic Party for Independent RunFor Immediate Release
March 28, 2000
Long Island, New York (March 28) - At a press conference this afternoon, Paul Chomicki once again rejected the oppressive politics of the two party system. He decided against seeking the Democratic nomination. The campaign learned that Al Gore has won more than enough delegates for the Democratic nomination.
Shortly before deciding to leave the party, Paul considered possible alternatives to leaving, but decided that winning the nomination remained unlikely. "It was a difficult decision, but I am proud of it," Paul stated, "I had hoped the days when you could sleep with enough delegates to get the nomination were still here. There are just too many delegates to sleep with. And just too many turned me down."
Chomicki has officially sworn off the major and minor parties for his own independent campaign. "I felt I had to leave the other parties for my own. It's sad that all of the other parties are unworthy of the American people, but it's my party and I'll cry if I want to."
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