Lieutenant Governor Option Looks Most Viable for 2012

Hello Voters and Supporters of the Party of Commons,

As you know, as a true representative of the people, I am never the favorite in these elections, and this year is no different, especially with the Establishment pulling all the sleazy tricks to keep me out of office. Therefore, I always stay one step ahead, as if playing a chess game, when considering my electoral options. If I don't win the Director of Elections contest this year, I will definitely run for a statewide constitutional office next year, and I have been debating which one between these two: Secretary of State or Lieutenant Governor. At one point, I thought I would run for Secretary of State forever until I won, but with the economic ostracization that I am facing and the time involved with running for Director of Elections this year, I may have no choice but to run for the position that would be easiest to get on the ballot in 2012 with signatures, and that would be Lieutenant Governor.

If I'm elected Director of Elections, I intend to serve out my full term, with the caveat being, being elected Secretary of State. If not elected Director of Elections, it looks like my competition for Lieutenant Governor will be the incumbent, Brad Owen, who apparently sees the position as a sinecure, a legislator named Lisa Brown, and as yet some unnamed Republicans, and maybe some other minor party candidates besides myself. By Labor Day, 2011, I will have a Lieutenant Governor petition ready to go, so anybody that wants to sign, please, send me an e-mail: Of course, I will have to extend my platform beyond just election administration issues, but "the people" can count on me to serve our interests first and foremost, and not to cave into to the corporate nemeses and special interests that want to turn America into a 21st century serfdom.

- by Mark Greene

[revised on 8/26/11]

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Disclaimer: Dean Logan is an ex-director of King County Elections and the predecessor to the present incumbent (both appointed by ex-executive Ron Sims).

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