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After a great petition drive from August of '10 to June of '11 to make the ballot for director of elections, our campaign cannot rest on its laurels, and we are continuing to make slow but steady progress in the face of overwhelming establishment media bias against our campaign. We always figured there would be some bias, but even we are surprised that the most active political campaign in King County cannot warrant a mere mention, practically, in either the establishment press or the slick sycophantic blogs (if you think the latter is you, you probably have a guilty conscience). This is why we must depend on our supporters to get the word out about our campaign, and we know that your efforts, including some contributions, can help us win this election. Our campaign committee salutes our supporters for all thier help thus far!

New posts on two of our blogs (click on links to read):

6/24/11 Common Ground:
Very thankfully, F.B.I. foils Seattle area…

Seattle Forum

Director of Elections candidate Mark Greene showed up at a candidate forum for county and school board candidates in downtown Seattle, yesterday, and gave a presentation about what should be the three main goals of an elections department: registration correctness, vote tabulation correctness and security of ballots. The crowd gave a good applause after Mark's speech. No representative from the Huff campaign spoke or was there as far as could be ascertained by this writer. Mark campaigned in his eastside King Co. stronghold not long after the forum was over.

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. Th…

Mark Greene vrs. Dean Logan, et al.

The King County election for Director of Elections in 2011 is basically an election between two distinct ideas and philosophies:

Independent, non-partisan leadership [Greene] versus largely partisan endorsed, establishment oriented bureaucracy [Logan-Huff].

Transparency and openness in elections & vote tabulation [Greene] versus "Diebold"/Premier buying (under Huff), corporate patent-protecting (as opposed to open source software inspection) incumbency [Logan-Huff].

Community involvement and cohesion oriented ideas [Greene] versus impersonal election time apparatus (election voting stations all but completely vanished & politicians in the county filing for office on-line) [Logan-Huff].


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