In MA, Green state rep. candidate ‘expects to win’ in 2011, after getting 45% in 2010 Canadian Viagra Online without Prescription cheap custom essay papers how do i write a script for brightstor arcserve persona 4 help nanako homework thesis writing help freedom writers essay how do i find my computers ip address for remote desktop business communication case study examples new essays on narcissism go here healthymeds viagra good thesis dedication source url how to stop unwanted junk mail on my iphone generic viagra sildenafil citrate how do i delete mail on my iphone 6 eutrophication case study biology paper term follow link source link thesis binding oxford cheap dissertation proposal editing services for college creative writing and stylistics creative and critical approaches From the Berkshire Eagle:

PITTSFIELD — Mark C. Miller, the Green-Rainbow party candidate who challenged state Rep. Christopher N. Speranzo last November, formally announced he’s a contender for the seat Speranzo has to give up if he’s confirmed for the Central Berkshire District Court clerk-magistrate job.

In an announcement to supporters Thursday, Miller said he plans to run for the 3rd Berkshire District seat, which covers most of Pittsfield.

Miller told The Eagle that he expects a tough race, but he also expects to win — in part because this campaign will be better organized and have more volunteer help than his previous one.

The fact that he commanded 45 percent of last November’s vote, for a campaign he essentially ran alone, tells him that he has a real chance this year, he said.

4 thoughts on “In MA, Green state rep. candidate ‘expects to win’ in 2011, after getting 45% in 2010

  1. Robert Milnes

    Well, I’m in a dilemma here. By this candidate’s arrogance.
    He clearly doesn’t understand the power of the reactionary duopoly he’s up against. He could and probably will do worse the second time. There is no guarantee in third party politics that one will do better;quite the contrary. Now a dem or rep has a good chance to do better the second time around.
    I’d say let’s go in and try to help his campaign with a Zeese and/or PLAS campaign, but when he loses, he just might blame that & not his arrogance.
    He might win though because it is MA & it is a fairly low level office. He shouldn’t take credit for that though.

  2. Robert Milnes

    I don’t know. It is a dilemma to me. & until my campaign gets some significant support & naysayers like Tom rule, nobody is going to listen to me anyway.

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