Blog News IV

Due to a "Commons'" petition drive that will last until the first week of June, the blogging will be very light on this and all of our other blogs [Evergreen, Senator, Coliseum and Sugarfoot]. We should be back to normal around the second week of June as our chairman, Mark Greene, makes his run for King County Council in District 9. At that time, we will have plenty of news about the coming election. As it stands right now, it looks like Mark will be the only challenger to Reagan Dunn, so there will probably be no primary for that position in August, in which case the election will be between Mark and Dunn in November.

We will post additional news in "Coliseum," maybe before June, about Mark's Initiative to the Legislature on election petitions when the ballot title and number comes out. This will be a tough one as far as getting the required signatures is concerned, but we expect that it can be done with a grassroots effort that will be started by the Party of Commons, and of course nothing of this significance can be accomplished without the help of our many supporters. Thank you!

Post-script (5/13/09):

There will be a primary, after all, in the 9th King Council District election. Another candidate besides our chairman, Mark Greene, and the incumbent, Reagan Dunn, has entered the race. Her name is Beverly Tonda. We know virtually nothing about her.

[New posting in "Senator" on May 13, 2009; can be seen by clicking on title link, above.]

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