Duck's time has come. He worked hard on the farm, and even harder as Governor. Hard work brings change, and Duck is a choice for change.
New York, NY (PRWEB) January 30, 2008
In a mass migration from established party politics, undecided voters are flocking to a new political party that promises change--real change. The Barn Party offers Americans an agenda of domestic goals supported by children's booksellers and librarians, first and second graders, and the cracked corn industry. Leading the party's charge for more reading aloud, recess and protecting the family farm, is Duck, an Avian-American who is making a splash among independent voters across the country.
Duck, a farmyard hero, has declared his entry as the Barn Party's presidential candidate for the election of 2008. Previously holding elected offices as Farmer and Governor, Duck is seeking the Presidency to present a new face of the United States to the global community. "This election will be a quack heard round the world," said the Barn Party campaign chairman, Paul Crichton of Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing.
Duck's authorized biographer, children's author Doreen Cronin, says, "Duck's time has come. He worked hard on the farm, and even harder as Governor. Hard work brings change, and Duck is a choice for change." Her book on Duck, Duck for President, illustrated by Betsy Lewin, offers a glowing portrait of a hatched leader and reveals the electoral process for young readers.
Barn Party National Committee Chairman, the Cow, says, "A vote for Duck is a vote for change. No longer must voters choose between Republicans and Democrats, no longer must they accept politics as usual. Now they can join the Barn Party. Whether you quack or moo or cluck, it's a big barn and everyone is welcome!"
The Barn Party and Duck For President Campaign are headquartered at Atheneum Books for Young Readers/Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing, one of the leading children's book publishers in the world. For more information on the Duck For President campaign, visit http://www.duckforpresident.com.