Vegan Nation radio, hosted by Marlene Narrow, has announced upcoming interviews with two Humane Party candidates. Robert Mason, candidate for U.S. House of Representatives representing the state of Texas (District 3), will be interviewed on March 22, 2018. Clifton Roberts, candidate for U.S. Senate representing the state of California, will be interviewed on April 19, 2018.
Robert Mason, a Navy veteran, has a BA in International Studies & Political Science from the Virginia Military Institute and an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University. A long-time vegetarian, Robert went vegan two years ago after his wife was diagnosed with breast cancer. He is an active yogi and student of positive psychology, who looks forward to bringing compassion to U.S. politics. Robert is presently a Texas-based entrepreneur in the motion graphics software industry. Additional information on Robert Mason is available through the official website for his 2018 U.S. House of Representatives campaign (www.robertmasontx.com).
Clifton Roberts was the Humane Party nominee for President of the United States in the 2016 election. Roberts, who has been a vegan for over twenty years, currently serves as Ethics and Legal Compliance Manager for the world’s largest semiconductor producer. His professional experience spans a variety of industries, including finance, technology, & healthcare. Additional information on Clifton Roberts is available through the official website for his 2018 U.S. Senate campaign (www.cliftonroberts.org).
About the Humane Party
The Humane Party, launched in 2009, is the U.S.’s first fully abolitionist political party. The HP platform calls for abolishing the property status of all animals—not just the human kind—thereby ending ownership, rape, torture, mutilation, and slaughter of animals throughout the U.S. Every Humane Party candidate, officer, and board member must execute the Humane Party Oath indicating that they are vegan personally and abolitionist politically. To learn more about the Humane Party and how to get involved, visit www.humaneparty.org.
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