Teenagers, Commoners and Reserved Politicians Are Supporting Mark

Update (May 14, 2012): The country of Austria is at least one country in the world that allows the vote for citizens as young as 16 years of age. Hopefully, the State of Washington will follow and lead the way for America to get high school students more interested in civics and politics.

Galvanized by Mark Greene's support for voting by 16 & 17 year olds, and social internet media activity that is spreading that message, there are increasing signs that teenagers in Seattle and other King County areas are pushing the vote for Mark by voting themselves if they are 18 or 19, or asking their parents to vote for Mark. Commoners increasingly frustrated by the Establisment's political aims over the years are also supporting Mark and participating in the "Occupy Seattle" protests. Some good politicians are supporting Mark as well, although they are talking in murmurs and being somewhat reserved as they may be apprehensive to upset the silence that has been laid out by the Establishment for the director of elections election this year.

Previous post:  rebutting an internet smear about paper trails and voting machines.

Othe previous posts in Commoner are about teenagers for Mark for elections director, elections department foul-ups regarding Eastside ballots for this election, and ideas for a new, activist elections department, and other interesting essays, such as surmising why the Seattle Times isn't writing about this election.

A WRITE-IN VOTE IS A VOTE FOR HUFF. PLEASE, MARK YOUR BALLOT FOR MARK!

If possible, please, consider contributing to campaign (see disclaimer below before donating): click on the title link above and make selections of how you want to donate, or send check or money order to Mark Greene for Director of Elections Comm., P.O. Box 612, Bellevue, WA 98009. Also, Mark is depending on supporters to spread the word about the campaign to get around the media bias regarding non-establishment campaigns. Thank you!

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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