(The following was originally published in the Waltham News Tribune.)
Evan Falchuk, United Independent Party candidate for governor, is challenging all candidates for governor to take specific action to overturn Citizens United via a Constitutional Convention, and in the process end all spending from Super PACs.
“We have gotten used to hearing political leaders and candidates complain about the excessive influence of big money in politics, but we’ve seen no real action,” Falchuk said.… Read more ...
(The following was originally published on NECN.)
Have you noticed that Democrats and Republicans have competition in the Massachusetts governors race?
Independent candidates are crowding the 2014 contest, but two are grabbing attention: Jeff McCormick and Evan Falchuk.
Falchuk is a businessman and founder of the United Independent Party, while McCormick founded the venture capital firm behind a number of companies, including Boston Duck Tours.… Read more ...
(The following was originally published in Commonwealth Magazine.)
THE THREE INDEPENDENT candidates running for governor said on Friday that their candidacies are an attempt to challenge the existing two-party structure and bring an outsider’s perspective to running state government.
The independents may have similar goals, but their approaches are very different.… Read more ...
(On Tuesday, June 24, 2014, Independent candidates for Massachusetts Governor participated in the Boston Globe Opinion Debates. The Boston Globe has posted highlights (5 takeaways from the debates) online.)… Read more ...
(The following was originally published in the Patriot Ledger.)
BOSTON — Evan Falchuk, an independent candidate for governor who is still largely unknown to voters, on Monday announced plans to spend $360,000 on television and Spanish radio advertising, while jabbing at other candidates’ “generic” ads.
A former executive at Best Doctors, Falchuk has given hundreds of thousands of dollars to his campaign, which has called for a more regulated health care system.… Read more ...
(The following was posted on the United Independent Party’s Facebook Page.)
“Ready for frank talk and big, new ideas?
Then tune in at 1pm next Tuesday, June 24th to the The Boston Globe‘s independents debate. It’ll be live-streaming on wwww.bostonglobe.com. Evan Falchuk, United Independent Party candidate for governor, will be providing concrete examples for smart, brave reform in Massachusetts.
… Read more ...
(The following was originally published on The Boston Globe.)
Most people running for governor just want to be governor. Evan Falchuk has a bigger dream: a brand-new political party that would bridge the left-right divide and restore cynical voters’ faith in government.
His effort might be unusual, but he actually considers himself a pretty typical Massachusetts voter.… Read more ...
(The following was published on United Independent Party Mass. gubernatorial candidate Evan Falchuk’s campaign website.)
The results of the Democratic convention show that the party wants to stake out its position on the hard left of the political spectrum – the problem being that this is not where most voters in Massachusetts actually are.… Read more ...
(The following was a press release issued by United Independent Party Massachusetts gubernatorial candidate Evan Falchuk’s campaign.)
Contact: Trinidad Carney
Ph: (857) 239-1433 (617) 360-1396
BOSTON– Massachusetts has an enormous opportunity to cut the cost of living by overhauling its outdated housing policy, according to an in-depth plan and recommendations shared today by the Falchuk-Jennings independent gubernatorial ticket, designed to kick-start the Commonwealth’s housing market, reduce the cost of living, and drive economic growth.… Read more ...
(The following was a press release issued by the Falchuk campaign. The original copy can be viewed here.)
May 23, 2014
Contact: Jen Beltz, Falchuk for Governor
Ph: (617) 874-3826
Evan Falchuk, United Independent Party Candidate for Governor, Submits Required 10,000 Voter Signatures to Election Officials
BOSTON – Evan Falchuk, United Independent Party candidate for Governor of Massachusetts, today announced he and his campaign team have collected over 13,000 voter signatures from 237 Massachusetts cities and towns for certification by local election officials, after just four weeks of signature-gathering efforts.… Read more ...