The First Three United Independent Party Candidates In Massachusetts
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Here are the first three candidates to announce they are seeking the United Independent Party spot on the ballot this November. They are all running for state representative – Dan Fishman (6th Essex District), Jessica Lambert (Barnstable, Cape and Islands District) and Keri Thompson (3rd Plymouth District) – and they are all already making waves.
Office Sought: 3rd Plymouth District (State Representative)
Party: United Independent Party, UIP Write-In Candidate
A proud Bay Stater, Keri Thompson was born in Boston, grew up in the suburb of Acton, and chose to make the South Shore her permanent home a few years ago. After attending Acton-Boxborough public schools, Keri graduated with a BS in Speech Communication from Bradley University in Peoria, IL—she met an obscure State Senator named Barack Obama, who convinced her to ditch her Republican roots and become a political activist. She has graduate degrees from Pepperdine, UT Austin, and is currently a senior lecturer at Emerson College.
Office Sought: 1st Barnstable, Cape & Islands District (State Representative)
Party: Democrat running simultaneously as a UIP Write-In
Jessica is a 29 year old environmental scientist and energy entrepreneur seeking the open state rep seat in East Falmouth and the Islands as a Democrat and UIP write in nominee. She has had several research grants focusing on climate change mitigation and habitat preservation, and she has started an non-profit called Next Generation Energy Initiative which brings together professionals in the research community to discuss sustainable energy.
Office Sought: 6th Essex (State Representative)
Party: United Independent Party (Active National Libertarian)
Dan has lived in Massachusetts since 1994, and Beverly since 2003. He currently work writing software that improves the quality of Special Education and is an early education advocate in Beverly. He graduated from UMass Boston in 1999 and took a job with a start up in Boston. His grandparents lived in Lynn. They arrived here from Europe in the early 1900s. He also has family in Salem and Marblehead as well, and relatives scattered throughout Massachusetts, and has chosen to make Beverly and the North Shore his home.
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