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Why I came close to winning, but didn’t

Why I came close to winning, but didn’t

Mark Miller analysizes his bid for state representative By Mark Miller, Green-Rainbow Party of Massachusetts In early spring 2010 I was a new Green-Rainbow Party (GRP) member working in Jill Stein’s campaign for governor of Massachusetts, with no thought of running for office. I likely would have remained a Democrat if our congressman, who once was a vocal supporter of single-payer health insurance, had not stopped talking about it publicly. However, after a few months of listening to Stein’s campaign…

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Running for the very first time

Running for the very first time

Massachusetts candidate describes his run for state representative by Mark Miller, Green-Rainbow Party One April morning in 2010, I became a Green Party candidate. I was one of many supporters out to help Green-Rainbow Party gubernatorial candidate Jill Stein lobby against a proposal allowing casino gambling and slot machines. After an encounter with Chris Speranzo, the non-responsive Democratic state representative from my district, I decided to run for office to replace him. When informed that Green-Rainbow candidates didn’t accept contributions…

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