Health care entrepreneur Evan Falchuk is running for MA Governor for the nascent United Independent Party. He wants the win along with his LG mate Angus Jennings. Regardless of the results at the least, he's confident that his UIP will become an official party here. That would take 3% of the vote or 1% of voters to sign up for the UIP.
You can hear his earlier March session with us here. He subsequently qualified for the November general-election ballot.
We'll talk his strategy and levels of success in campagigning and fund raising. We'll ask for an update on how he figures to engineer a victory against two established, well-funded parties. He surely will mention the great funding advantages the official parties have.
We'll go back into his frustrations that led to starting the UIP last year. He does not see the major parties and their office holders as good shepherds of taxpayer money, as promoters of egalitariansim, or as protectors of everyone's civil rights.