January 18: Evan Falchuk, “Breaking the Two-Party Lock on Politics: The United Independent Party”

Evan FalchukEvan Falchuk is the founder of the .  As a candidate in the November 2014 gubernatorial election, he  surpassed the three percent threshold required by state law for the United Independent Party to earn official status in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. This milestone means the United Independent Party – dedicated to a greater diversity of modern, progressive ideas combined with fiscally sane solutions – is taking its place alongside the Democratic and Republican parties in Massachusetts.

Committed to moving from the outdated debate of “small government versus big government” the United Independent Party aims to offer smart, independent-minded people a way into our political process.