Person In Charge of Elections Endorses Finkbeiner

It's Owen and Finkbeiner, apparently.  The Establishment and the Status Quo remain firmly entrenched, unfortunately.

Meanwhile, it's bad enough that Sam Reed, the Secretary of State, the person in charge of elections in Washington, is endorsing any candidate running for office under his jurisdiction, let alone reportedly making robo-calls on behalf of Bill Finkbeiner, and also, reportedly, made these calls to initially sound as though they were some kind of public service announcement even though they were actually paid for by Finkbeiner's campaign.  That's just wrong (and there ought to be a law against it), and one of the reasons why I should have been elected Secretary of State in '08 instead of Reed.

With the AP article about the Lieutenant Governor candidates setting up two tiers of candidates: the higher one for Owen, Finkbeiner and Anderson, and the other one for the other three candidates, including myself, you can see how a powerful biased press affects election results.

A huge thanks to the probable 60 thousand voters -- when the count is all said and done with -- who voted for me.  If that number turns out to be correct, that would be almost triple the number of votes that I received statewide in '08.  I'm not finished with politics, yet.  Any Washington citizen who would like to sign up with the Party of Commons or Democracy in Election Process and become a candidate themselves in a future election, just send me a letter/e-mail.  Thank you!

by Mark Greene

[revised on 8/8/12]

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