|Title:||Santa Cruz City Council Candidate Craig Bush on Free Radio|
|START DATE:||Sunday October 12|
|TIME:||9:30 AM – 11:00 AM|
|On the stream of Free Radio Santa Cruz at http://tunein.com/radio/
The show will archive at http://www.radiolibre.org/
|Event Type:||Radio Broadcast|
|Last week, due to mental mixup by the talk show host, Candidate Bush didn’t make it on the stream. This Sunday will hopefully be different.
Craig Bush is running for one of the three vacancies on the Santa Cruz City Council with voting due to start within a week. He is one of seven candidates running and the only one so far who has replied to an invitation to come on Free Radio.
His website is at http://www.
Bush’s platform extensive and specific. You can find it athttp://www.bushforsccouncil.
For a summary of his positions on Social Services, the Santa Cruz Eleven, and Law Enforcement go to http://www.indybay.org/
I will specifically be asking Bush to answer questions for the HUFF questionaire that other candidates (other than Leonie Sherman) have ignored. Seehttp://www.indybay.org/
Bush tells me he has lived in Santa Cruz since the 70’s, so I’ll be asking him some “then and now” questions as well as my usual “what will you do the day after the election results show you’ve lost?”–which I’ve asked of every candidate. I”m more interested in activism all the rest of the days of the year, than election results.
Tune in and call in. Or e-mail your questions to me at rnorse3 [at] hotmail.com
“I have a candidate forum at Calvary Episcopal church downtown. [7 PM Thursday 10-9]”
“I would like to bring music that pays tribute to the street performing artists and musicians of SC. Move the story around the repression, bullying. ticketing that is forcing them out. I have stories of performing artists that have performed on our streets. Artists, dancers and musicians who sprung forth dance, music and theatre that has been performed on our stages here. When we crush the seeds of creativity we destroy our cultural heritage. I have a green light program that fosters creativity among our aspiring street performers. I have several specific solutions to improve social services here. I hope to get in some time to discuss them all.”
“I also have an economic stimulus plan that includes the organic permaculture corridor running on both sides of the rr track from Davenport to Watsonville. City formulated worker co-ops to manufacture hemp shopping bags with city logo. Provides long term unemployed 55 and over full time good paying jobs in a safe green working environment. A sustainable water system that will put us in a position to export water and lower our water bills. A system that produces the purest naturally alkaline water in CA. A water system that will enable the return of the salmon. This is what I bring to the table.’