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Summer of '10 Campaign

The Party of Commons is presently organizing our "Summer of '10" campaign for the elections for the Washington Legislature next year, 2010. We are recruiting candidates to run for the Legislature, trying to get a candidate for at least one legislative office of three total in each of the 49 districts of the Legislature. It's a tall task and will be quite difficult to accomplish, but if we succeed, "Commons" will suddenly be known as the number one alternative political party in the state of Washington, and thereby establishing a foothold on our way to becoming the number one alternative party in America.

In the coming months, "Commons" will be going all out to publicize this effort. Interested candidates should be citizens of the U.S. and Washington state, at least 18 years old ("Commons" is especially emphasizing younger candidates to bring about a more representative demographic in the Legislature), willing to commit yourself to payin…

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A salute to our nation's service veterans on this Veterans' Day!

The Party of Commons will not be posting much for the next week as we are retooling our internet service. By the 19th of November, however, we should be posting at our usual every-other-day-or-so pace. In the meantime, please, take this opportunity to check our other blogs, of which a full listing can be seen by clicking on the profile link further below (just under the ABOUT ME section).

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