Gearing Up for Primary Season
The New Hampshire Primary and Iowa Caucuses are in two months. You may be wondering why I am writing about primaries if I am an independent candidate. The answer is simple: While I am an independent, many of my supporters are Democrats or Republicans. And there are other races besides President on Primary Day that need to be decided.
I see Primary season as 52 opportunities to fine tune my campaign before the general election. The 52 comes from the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Nova Scotia. This is where you can help (Especially if you are registered to vote as a Republican or a Democrat.)
If you are already registered as a Democrat or a Republican, then I encourage you to go vote on Primary or Caucus Day. Write my name in for President. It might be a bit more difficult in states that won’t have a Democratic caucus because President Obama does not have any Democrats running against him in most states.
If you are registered as an independent or with another party, don’t change your registration. I do now wish you to taint your fine name by having your name associated with either Democrats or Republicans. If you are in a state that allows independents to vote in primaries (most states do not), then go ahead and vote for me for President. Don’t change your party affiliation just to vote for me. I am not trying to win the primaries, just trying to make some noise and gage the situation.
I will be in New Hampshire on Saturday and in Iowa on Sunday. I am getting a tune-up for my car tomorrow so I can earn one of those “This car climbed Mt. Washington” bumper stickers when I drive there on Saturday.
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