Libertarian Association of Massachusetts
Standing for the Average American
Robert Underwood For State  Representative
Ninth Hampden District   
Robert Underwood
83 Cherrelyn St.
Springfield, MA 01104

Why Vote Liberty?

Local Politicians deny that they are to blame for the acts of their fellow party members in the state and federal government . In reality they work together.

In reality the various levels of party politicians work together. You never hear a local member of a party criticizing his fellow party members  in state and federal government.  They never say that they are against exporting jobs from the USA nor  against foreign wars to protect international corporations. They know  it will cost money and the lives of our children.

The solution is the chop  the lower end off the tree

The state legislators support the federal  politicians. They  make restrictive elections laws to keep themselves in power. They also  draw the districts for the legislature and Congress.

Have you ever wondered why  it is so difficult to run for President?  The  Democrats in the legislature  have made law that required candidates to get 10,000 signatures on a nomination form, just to get their name on the ballot!!!!!

Signature requirements are design to keep challengers off the ballot

Governor and lieutenant governor    10,000

United States senator                        10,000

presidential electors                          10,000

attorney general                                10,000

United States Representative             2,000

State Senator                                        300

State Representative                            150


In reality those who are wearing a smile then support the exportation of jobs  from the USA and waste the lives of our children in foreign wars.

How many signatures should a person have to get on a form to run for an office?  In many districts there will be one name on the ballot for an office.

Chop the tree down!

Vote for

Robert Underwood

Vote Your Liberty
Vote Underwood
State Representative
Ninth Hampden District

I would drastically reduce the number of signatures to get a candidates name on the ballot. In Massachusetts we do not have ballot over crowding, we gave offices with too few candidates running. And computers can  made short work of  large numbers, as well as leaving a paper trail for  verification.  20 signatures for the legislature and 100 for  state wide offices is enough.