James Mason for Congress

We have an independent running for congress in the 10th. His press release says he’s collecting signatures and is a “former” Marine. I didn’t know there was such a thing as a “former Marine.”

James P. Mason completed a two day tour of the 10th District this weekend to kick off PROJECT: PETITION, an effort to collect over 17,000 signatures. The signatures, from 5% of registered 10th District voters, are needed to secure his placement on the general election ballot November 4.

6 comments

  1. Rogue109 says:

    Will PROJECT: PETITION be followed by OPERATION: CAMPAIGN, MISSION: ELECTION and TARGET: WASHINGTON?

    Oh, those Devil Dogs…

  2. ramblinwreck says:

    Unless he has a huge group of workers helping him he’ll never get enough signatures. To get 17,000 valid signatures you have to collect probably 19,000. I’m betting NO.

  3. Doug Deal says:

    His web site is not exactly rife with specifics, and his web designer incorrectly assumes the dimensions on my portrait monitor, but I really like to see independent and third party candidates run in states with majority requirements for elections.

    I really wish Georgia would reduce the signature requirement or eliminate it entirely, so there could be a little more variety and competitiveness in the elections in our state.

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