Please, Vote!


With support building up for me practically as a crescendo in the last few days of the Primary, I have a feeling that this is going to be a very close election for second place, which is very important in the Top 2 scenario.  Remember, in the "Top 2" system, the second place finisher has gone onto win the General Election a number of times, but I don't have exact statistics on that.  For instance, in 2007 Sonny Putter finished second in the Primary, but ultimately won first in the General Election for Newcastle City Council (King County).  So, today, considering the obstacles that I have with an extremely biased corporate press (and it's a stretch to even give them the name "press" except that they're press agents for whichever candidates they support) and lack of sufficient campaign money due to my independent people's candidacy, 2nd place for me would not only be a victory, but a great victory.  Vote today, please, before your last U.S. Post Office mail pick-up or your local/neighborhood U.S. Post Office closing (these offices vary as to the times they close, but most of them close between 5 and 6 PM).  Also, you can drop your ballots in County Election Office drop boxes, probably later than 6 PM at most places, and the exact location of those, and times of last pick-ups may be found in your County Voters' Pamphlet if your particular county published one.

by Mark Greene, Candidate for Lieutenant Governor

See Social Policies of WA Lieutenant Governor Candidates at Christian Voter Guide.

(If a particular candidate did not answer the only questionnaire on the Washington links, that candidate may be out of sync with the organization's viewpoints.  Mark Greene answered the questionnaire.)


Mark Greene for Lieutenant Governor

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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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