American Party of America presidential candidate makes Harrisburg campaign stop

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DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa. - Another man from Illinois wants to be the next President of the United States and he doesn't belong to either the Democratic or Republican parties. Dennis Andrew Ball founder of the American Party of America brought his nation campaign to Harrisburg on Monday.

Ball spoke in the shadow of the state capitol building about various topics including income inequality, job creation and family unit. Problems he understands and will tackle if he is elected president.

"We've got a situation now where the family has a lot of problems because other people have created it for them including their property, their money and their liquidity. As a result, we're in trouble, something needs to be done about it and people like myself and others who understand the problems must jump in and do something about it for our children and generations to come."

Ball says he is related to the family of Mary Ball Washington, the mother of George Washington. He continues his campaign which includes seeking supporters that will help get his name on the presidential ballot in all 50 of these United States.