King legacy inspires in Arizona
TUCSON -- Thousands of people turned out on a beautiful day in Reid Park to celebrate unity, hope and the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
I was honored to have a chance to take the stage and speak about equality and justice with the people this morning as a candidate for State House in LD29. I appreciated the warm response from voters.
I wore a suit and tie to show respect for Dr. King, and to look sharp as a candidate for office.
The vibe, music, MCs, speakers, people, food, kids, organizations and churches were all great.
Judging by all the signs, stickers and buttons, Barack Obama looked like the clear favorite of most people there today. The Obama table was very active all day.
I also saw an Obama campaign ad today on Channel 13.
Clinton's campaign had no presence at all.