The chairman of the Party of Commons, Mark Greene, has an unofficial, title: Senator Mark Greene. A member of the Commons Senate, not the U.S. Senate, he has earned this title as a result of his long years of activism in politics, since 1976; his earnest studies in history, government and political science, his worldwide travels to Canada, Asia and Europe; his electoral victories that led to major-party nominations for Congress; and the signatures of more than the requisite 1652 voters/residents of Washington state that led to Mark filing for U.S. senator in 2006, although many signatures were rescinded for an alleged lack of registration by some signers in a controversial election case; moreover, he has gotten thousands more political ratifications (in the form of signatures or votes) from the public-at-large for Congressional offices across the United States, in Washington, Alaska and Minnesota.

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[revised on 8/24/14]

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