At a meet and greet at Mom’s Diner, Rozum talks to Westcott resident Caitlin Nye about the Green Party ideals such as enviornmental policy and the Green New Deal.
A couple blocks from Rozum’s home, she holds a meet and greet at Mom’s Diner on Westcott Street- a chance to talk to people in her community about the issues that they all face.
On Election Day, Rozum protests drone use outside of Hancock Airforce Base with her fellow activits at the Syracuse Peace Coucil, where she is a staff coordinator.
A band of Rozum’s supporters gather in ArtRage Gallery for a Halloween fundraising party to watch her newly created commercial. Her supporters scraped together money to have the commercial run a few times on television.
Green party Congressional candidate Ursula Rozum takes a break from consulting with her campaign manager Howie Hawkins to control her nerves preparing for her first televised debate at the WCNY studio in Liverpool against Republican Ann Marie Burkele and Dan Maffei.
At a fundraising costume party for Rozum’s campaign, she sings along with the band the Guerilla Sisters to a group of her supporters.
At the Polish Home on the Westside, Rozum concludes her statement to her supporters and the local media after the election results have been announced. Rozum and the Greens, despite being defeated, see this as a win because they reached their goal of winning 8% of the votes.