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Rosalind F. Greene Announces Candidacy for 2020 Presidential Election

Rosalind F. Greene, Democratic candidate for U.S. President in 2020, is kicking off her campaign with a ONE AMERICA FOR ALL AMERICANS TOUR in the fall of 2017.


Originally from Hopkinsville, Kentucky, Greene has been a nurse and is a military veteran, having served in the Army and the Air Force as a Captain and a Registered Nurse. She obtained an undergraduate degree in nursing from Austin Peay State University and completed advanced graduate coursework in Public Policy and Public Administration at George Mason University. She is running on a platform of inclusion for all Americans, with an emphasis on access to quality healthcare. She also pledges a commitment to reduce divisions resulting from party affiliations.


In the announcement of her candidacy, Greene says: “My sincere purpose is to be the President for one America for all Americans, as well as all non-Americans that have embraced America as their America. And I know that in this office, one has the power to unite America’s divisions and to bring about the unity that the free world yearns for. I feel strongly in my heart that if I can’t truly be America’s President, I will not consider my application for this job. I believe that my intense ambition and conviction to tour around the United States of America to meet with the American people will rocket my candidacy for Presidency in front position to win both the nomination and the 2020 election. I genuinely believe the Democratic Party has a duty to restore and unite America as one America for all Americans and for all non-American people that have embraced America as their America. It is time to unite these great divisions that have brought about immeasurable bitterness amongst the American people.”

Greene goes on to state her conviction that the Democratic Party needs to be the party for all the American people, not just the “Blue States.” For that reason, she has committed herself to the “ONE AMERICA FOR ALL AMERICANS TOUR” to build trust and to address issues such as the aging population, underpaid jobs, costly education, affordable healthcare, wealth inequality and climate change.

Greene closes her announcement by asking for support for her campaign. “In closing, I ask you to look into your purses, wallets,  tables, floors, streets, sofas, desks, piggy banks and send any amount that to you can afford to and or

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During the election campaign, Donald Trump pitched himself as the ultimate tycoon, the big-time billionaire who understood the world of business and who would quickly knock America into shape.

His supporters may be a little disappointed then, by the findings of new a survey of US business leaders that finds they are rather unimpressed by the first five months of his presidency. Indeed, according to a survey released by the annual Yale CEO Summit, 50 per cent of CEOs, business executives, government officials and academics, scored the President an “F” for his first 130 days in the White House.
CNN said the survey, released this week, found that another 21 per cent gave Mr Trump’s performance a “D”. Only one per cent of the 125 leaders quizzed, awarded the former reality television star an “A”.

Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, the Yale School of Management professor who led the summit, said the message from CEOs was: “Stop the random 3am tweets and stop the needless brushfires diverting from the agenda.”

Saturday, June 3, 2017 12:00 AM

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Rosalind Quarles Greene

Forget making America great again, or for that matter, any other slogan.

Hopkinsville native Rosalind Quarles Greene wants to unite the country, heal the hurts and the divisiveness and meet the needs of the citizens head-on.

“I want to be the president that’s going to work with the American people,” said Greene, a former Hopkinsville resident, a nurse and military veteran who’s campaigning for the nation’s top office.

“I want to be the president that’s going to work with the American people,” said Greene, a former Hopkinsville resident, a nurse and military veteran who’s campaigning for the nation’s top office.

Greene, who grew up in Hopkinsville but moved away in 1992, has already launched a website — — and released a press announcement of her intentions to run for president in 2020. In the next two to three years, she plans to travel to all 50 states meeting with people and learning about their needs.

“I need for them to be able to trust I’m going to be working for them,” said Greene, a Democrat, explaining that it’s important for her to get to know the American people and to find out what problems are in each state.

That will take time, she said, noting that it will be no rush job. The tour will include her hometown of Hopkinsville and other parts of Kentucky, and after all her visits, Greene, who now lives in Woodbridge, Virginia, says she plans to assemble a task force and look at all the issues mentioned by people.

She’s never held an office before but is not without political experience. Greene, the daughter of the late Dorothy Ann Quarles, began helping with campaigns during her teen years and has attended three or four national conventions.

After she got out of the military, there was a time when she wanted to be a U.S. congresswoman. She enrolled in a public policy doctoral program at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.

Her mother died. She was going through a divorce and working two jobs.

She was raising her children, and it was just not the right time to run for office.

Greene considered a run when Hilary Clinton was vying for the presidency.

“I said, ‘No, I am not going to run against her,’” she recalled.

But her children are independent now, married and doing well, and it’s time.

“I’m at a time when I can devote my time so I said, ‘This is the time. I’m going to do it,’” Greene recounted during a recent telephone interview.

She grew up in Hopkinsville and was one of 10 children of Dorothy Quarles.

Greene said she always knew she wanted to be in the medical field and take care of people. She worked for a while at Jennie Stuart Medical Center, attended Hopkinsville Community College, got her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Austin Peay State University in Clarksville and was recruited to join the Army’s nurse corps.

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