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Lynne Williams receives endorsement of ‘D.C. based Women’s Campaign Forum’ in run for State Senate

The following is posted at the Women’s Campaign Forum website:

Lynne WilliamsLynne Williams is running for State Senate in Maine’s 28th District. Williams has spent many years as an attorney and organizer, working with disenfranchised communities to give them a voice in the halls of power. Williams now represents community groups that are resisting industrial development in their communities and is a member of the Bar Harbor, Maine Planning Board.  She also practices First Amendment law representing environmental and peace activists as well as estate planning for families with disabled family members. In October 2007, Williams was awarded the “Hands of Peace” award from the Eastern Maine Peace and Justice Center, and in 2008 was awarded the “Conservationist of the Year” award from RESTORE: the North Woods. To learn more, visit Lynne Williams’ website.

And this is posted at Lynne William’s campaign website:

I am very pleased to have received the endorsement of the D.C. based Women’s Campaign Forum, for my State Senate race. The WCF is the oldest, national non-partisan political committee of its kind, and endorses only women who support reproductive health choices for all.

It provides technical assistance, financial support and great contacts. Hopefully I will be able to get a contribution to help pay off my gubernatorial debt and/or towards my seed money fundraising. However, the most exciting aspect of this endorsement is that fact that, to my knowledge, the WCF has never endorsed a Green Party candidate. In my interview with the WCF leadership, I emphasized how important it was that we establish a relationship between WCF and the fabulous woman who are running – and who will run in the future – as Green Party candidates. I truly believe that this is the start of just such a relationship.



  1. Green Party Conservative Green Party Conservative June 30, 2010

    Wulff elected in the third round with 625 votes.

    Green Party candidate Gauck received 494 votes.

    121 members of the Leftist (die Linke) abstained from voting in the third round.

  2. Green Party Conservative Green Party Conservative June 30, 2010

    Official results not yet available from the 3rd round of voting.

    ARD TV .. preliminary reports …

    It is not Gauck…

  3. Green Party Conservative Green Party Conservative June 30, 2010

    Spiegel magazine also reporting record high popularity of the Green Party.

    48% of those polled “seriously consider voting for the Green Party..”

    The two larger parties both received only 55% comparison…

  4. Green Party Conservative Green Party Conservative June 30, 2010

    The Green Party candidate for President in Germany today doing very well..

    Voting has just completed the 3rd round…

    There Is A Winner Here — Joachim Gauck

    And then, of course, there is a question that would have been unthinkable only a few hours ago: What would happen if Gauck were to win?

    Merkel’s power would melt away, perhaps in a matter of only hours or days, certainly within weeks. At that point, all the members of Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union, its Bavarian sister party the Christian Social Union, and the Free Democrats who didn’t want to be dragged into the abyss would stage a political rebellion. That would include members of parliament who fear losing their seats as well as state governors who would face tough elections.

    If that happened, it could spell the end of Merkel’s career as chancellor.

    No matter how this day ends: Merkel is the main loser of the German presidential election. And even if Gauck loses to Wulff in the end, he will still emerge as the winner.

    He showed that politics is more than just a game of tactics and strategy. He proved that you can also get somewhere in politics through charisma and credibility. He is a role model for a new kind of politics.

  5. Robert Milnes Robert Milnes June 27, 2010

    PLAS reply to Cobb: Greens AND Libertarians vote for one or the other on each bllot & take away a LOT of votes from BOTH the dems & reps.

  6. Robert Milnes Robert Milnes June 26, 2010

    I can’t wait till November so I can say I told you so.

  7. Robert Milnes Robert Milnes June 26, 2010

    Good candidates. Good platform.
    Too bad they are all going to lose.

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