Logo from Ken Lawrence's website, used under First Amendment Fair Comment and Criticism, blog post by John Hoff
Ken Lawrence (Kenneth Allen Lawrence) is telling people he's a "candidate" in House District 59B. His odds of winning the race are shown, above, actual size.
What he means by "candidate" is that he's running as a write-in. Lawrence is in the same race with Ian Alexander, Terra Cole, "thug hugger" Raymond Dehn and two Republican challengers whose names aren't worth mentioning because Republicans simply do not win in 59B.
Neither, for that matter, do write-ins.
Lawrence is saying...
...he's a real, viable candidate who can win and, in public discussion on the Northtalk Facebook page, cites some kind of flukey campaign involving somebody named "Donna Frye" who ALMOST won a mayoral campaign...somewhere. Whatever. Even in his EXAMPLE, the write-in didn't win.
As I told Ken Lawrence, "What's the difference between you and the four political midgets who ran against Don Samuels?"
Answer: The four midgets all had enough sense to be on the ballot.
Lawrence merits brief mention on this blog and then it's a case of, "Move along, folks, nothing to see here."