The election was over last Tuesday. The results for my election were apparent in the first hour. I lost. Lost big.
It has taken me a week to figure out what I want to say about the results. This is because I obviously do not like like them.
Washington’s primary election results appear pretty devastating to those to those, like me, who believe we need to “crack the shackles of two party tyranny.”
(Of course, if you don’t trust the results are accurate then the need to get rid of our two party system rings even louder than before.)
Although I have not forgotten nor changed the beliefs which caused me to run for office, I also appreciate that now is not the time to reiterate them.
Now is the time candidates need to express their gratitude to those who considered their messages.
I want to say thank you to everyone who voted for me and/or acted with the intent that we, the people, can and should join together in a movement to create liberty and social justice throughout our local communities, our States, our Nation, and the world.
I also want to say thank you to every Libertarian candidate and to all the third party candidates who ran for office and the third parties who supported them. I understand that those of us who support third parties are a group in and of ourselves who are concerned about the way in which the dominant two parties govern to promoted the interests of the 1%. I only hope that in the future we can come together to promote the best interests of most of us.
Its been real.
and THANK YOU.