Jesse Ventura to Speak on Election Reform at United We Stand Festival

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The former Minnesota Governor joins Ralph Nader, Ben Swann, Larry Pratt, and 'A' List lineup to rock the nation awake on June 22 in Arkansas. The Summer Festival seeks to kick-off the beginning of the end of the two-party system stranglehold on the U.S. electoral system.

Jesse Ventura to Speak at Free and Equal's United We Stand Festival

Jesse Ventura to Speak at United We Stand Festival

Ventura’s campaign slogan was ‘no more politics as usual’ and Free & Equal agrees that time is now.

The Free & Equal Elections Foundation has announced that Jesse Ventura has confirmed to speak at the United We Stand Festival, to be held at the Verizon Arena in Little Rock, Arkansas, on Saturday, June 22nd from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Christina Tobin, Founder and President of Free & Equal, appeared on InfoWars Nightly News to announce Jesse Ventura’s participation in the UWS Festival. See the full Prison Planet TV interview on the Alex Jones Show here.

Jesse Ventura is a former professional wrestler, actor, and veteran who served as Governor of Minnesota from 1999 to 2003. Ventura credits his achievement of making it into the televised debates – the only third-party candidate to do so – as crucial to his electoral success. Jesse Ventura’s incredible story shows the youth that with the help of Free & Equal State Caucus leaders across the map, grassroots candidates can also win if they run in 2014.

Ventura’s campaign slogan was ‘no more politics as usual’ and Free & Equal agrees that time is now. Free & Equal believes honest, open discussion, even of controversial topics, is critical to its mission. Fear and anger are tactics of division and only weaken the power of the people.

Other notable speakers to appear at this summer’s Festival include former Independent Presidential candidate Ralph Nader (via Larry King’s Ora TV), media personalities Ben Swann and Josh Tolley, President of Gun Owners of America Larry Pratt, comedian Elizabeth Imus-Zero, Emmy Award-winning whistleblower and former CNN reporter Amber Lyon, Dan Johnson, 19 year-old Founder of People Against the National Defense Authorization Act (PANDAA), and Sheriff Richard Mack, former sheriff of Graham County, AZ and advocate of State and individual rights.

Music will be provided by the band Golden State, whose song ‘Bombs (End This War)’ became an anthem for the anti-war movement in 2012, as well as liberty musician Jordan Page, singer-songwriter Tatiana Moroz and many more honest artists.

Dr. Ron Paul, Governor Gary Johnson, Dr. Jill Stein, Virgil Goode, actor Vince Vaughn, hip-hop artists Immortal Technique, Lupe Fiasco, and more have been invited to attend the Festival. Larry King, author G. Edward Griffin, talk show host Alex Jones, and former NJ Superior Court Judge and Fox News analyst Andrew Napolitano have also been invited to participate.

Learn more about the June 22 Festival at and

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