Pietrzak for President in 2016
Tuesday, January 11, 2005
Jason Pietrzak Finishes Holiday; Returns To Campaign Trail
After returning from his well-deserved holiday break following the 2004 elections, 2016 Presidential candidate Jason Pietrzak shared some of his insights of the last year of campaigning.
"It's hard work" he told a group of assembled reporters "the people of this country needs hope."
Pietrzak followed a strategy of strengthening his campaign skills by working on other campaigns and learning from other campaigners during the 2004 election year.
"It takes a lot of energy to go around speaking to people and listening to their concerns." Pietrzak spent the fall working on a US Congressional campaign, often putting in 12 to 15 hour days. The schedule could be grueling, Pietrzak said, "but it was some of the most rewarding work I've done."
"People want somebody to talk to, somebody to share their concerns with. A person lights-up with hope when they think that you might be able to help them, and hope will make our country great again."
Friday, September 19, 2003
Candidate Pietrzak unveils new election strategy
A spokesman from Pietrzak for President has released information on a the strategy coming out of the Pietrzak political machine. The as yet unnamed strategy continues the push for the Presidential race in 2016 while transferring some short-term emphasis to other races that will build the candidate's portfolio. Although details weren't immediately available, sources close to Pietrzak say that he will attempt to become a NH delegate to the 2004 Democratic National Convention.
An anonymous source inside Pietrzak's office was quoted as saying "Delegates need to be representative of the American people and of the Democratic Party. [Pietrzak] is ideal because he is a young person and as such, he is a member of a traditionally under-represented social group in modern politics."
Jason Pietrzak has been touring the state in recent weeks and meeting with people from all walks of life. Analysts have speculated that the candidate is attempting to shore up support in NH so that he can eventually use NH to spring onto the national scene.
Friday, September 05, 2003
NH business leaders endorse candidate Pietrzak
NH business leaders, including Greg Grappone of the Grappone Companies, hosted a dinner yesterday evening where they voiced their support for presidential candidate Jason Pietrzak in 2016.
"You've got my vote" said Grappone excitedly to the assembled crowd of business leaders and politicians.
Candidate Pietrzak listened and responded to several NH voters before finally giving a brief speech himself. Pietrzak also explained to the assembled guests that he would be more than happy to accept their "more than generous" campaign donation offers, but first, explained Pietrzak "I'm looking into all of the laws and regulations." Pietrzak is being careful not to accept any illegal donations of any kind, he is known as a Washington-outsider-maverick candidate who "never lies."
Friday, August 29, 2003
The decade tour.
As a Presidential candidate, I know that my most important job is to get out and meet the American people. This is partly why I took my recent trip across some of the southern states, from Kentucky and West Virginia to Tennessee and Mississippi. Now I'd like to announce that I'm undertaking a new campaign tour to meet the voters and I call it the Decade Across America Tour. This tour will last about a decade and I plan to visit many of the United States in that time. It's going to be an exciting time for America! Hope to see you all soon!
Tuesday, August 19, 2003
The first candidate for President in 2016
My fellow Americans,
First, let me thank you all for the remarkable show of support that I have experienced over these last few years. Just three years ago, I worked hard and fought hard to make sure that the next President would be a man who would be a man with the kind of morals and strength to lead this country into a new century. We all know what happened three years ago. After the inauguration in 2001, I stepped back from politics and did some soul searching. I looked into my heart and decided that I had to do anything I could, anything in my power to serve the American people.
I didn't want to rush into making promises that I couldn't deliver, so I went back to school and I stayed until I graduated. I spent all of my time learning about America, learning about the issues, and meeting and speaking with Americans around this great country. This summer I've had a lot of time to think things over, to make commitments and to make sacrifices, and all the while I've had regular people from all over the land come up to me and share their feelings with me.
The time has come for real leadership. It's time to put integrity and dignity back into the White House. I want everyone to see that this is the greatest country in the world. These are my goals and I believe we can make it happen! I promise that I will make it happen and that is why I am proud to announce my candidacy for the Presidency of the United States, in the year 2016.