Monday, March 6, 2017

Randy Gray asks for write-in votes

On March 7th, if you wish to write my name in on Springfield's ballot for Selectman, I would be honored to serve our town in a conservative, common sense, fiscally responsible way. Please share to our fellow Springfielders.


  1. While I commend Gray for offering to actually do something, unlike so many who bash on this site but never put their name out there, I think it's a little late in the game to ask for write-in votes. He should have attempted to put his name on the ballot.

    1. Yes, Anonymous, I see your point.

    2. Says anonymous himself!

  2. chuck gregory3/8/17, 8:39 AM

    He might have had a valid reason for not filing in time. Our constable was sick for the entire month, could not file and as a result had to campaign for sufficient write-in votes.

    1. He's a Republican, he was probably at work.

    2. The Goat Rustler3/11/17, 7:31 PM

      He could have done it at lunch, or his boss could have given him the day off. Unless, of course, his boss is a conservative, and doesn't believe in those union/communist things like lunch! Or days off, or sick days, or vacations, or anything else BUT killing himself working for crap money!

  3. I like potatoes, too anonymous.

  4. Aethelred the Unready3/11/17, 9:00 PM

    How many write in votes did he garner, usually write in only get the votes of people voting against a cNdidate that is on the ballot, and normally against an incumbent.


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