Franklin County, WA

In this blog's recognition of Washington's 39 counties, each of the next 39 posts on Commoner will be named in honor of a county, in alphabetical order starting with Adams. The county that is recognized on a particular day does not necessarily correlate with the particular topic chosen for that day other than in the general sense.

GLAD TO HAVE THE ENDORSEMENT OF DARCY BURNER

Although, my support for Ms. Burner was tentative in her past campaigns, I am now fully on board with her candidacy for Congress in the 1st Congressional District.  She is a dedicated worker in politics, has gotten plenty of experience through her campaigns and by working as a political director in Washington, D.C., and I believe that she is very sincere about economic progressivism and the general non-interventionism and non-imperialism in foreign policy that she espouses.  For this reason, generally speaking, I am glad that we endorse each other in our respective campaigns and have many similar positions, although not 100%.  Moreover, I am also thankful that one of her aides signed my petition for Lieutenant Governor, which helped me to get on the ballot.

by Mark Greene, Candidate for Lieutenant Governor

[revised on 7/7/12]

If possible, please, consider contributing to campaign: make selections of how you want to donate, or send check or money order to Mark Greene for Lieutenant Governor 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! Mark is probably the only politician in Washington that had the temerity to keep the 2004 election shenanigans in the news as late as 2011 and to call out names. Elections are too important for shams to be ignored and for accountability to be neglected.

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