Meet Evan Falchuk, who is in line to get votes from the 53% of MA voters who are listed as independent.
Evan Falchuk, 44, is a successful entrepreneur, having served for 13 years on the executive leadership team of Boston-based global health care company Best Doctors, Inc. He played a lead role in helping grow the company, named to Inc. magazine’s list of Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America, from 9 employees to over 600.
Tired of always needing to vote for the “lesser of two evils,” on January 25, 2013, Falchuk led a group of determined Massachusetts citizens in launching Massachusetts’ new United Independent Party. One month later, he declared his candidacy for Governor of Massachusetts.
Falchuk’s vision for this new third party is based on the principles most of us share: everyone is equal, everyone’s civil rights must be protected – AND the Commonwealth must spend taxpayer money wisely. The pragmatic combination of these principles doesn’t fit into traditional Democratic or Republican “boxes” – but does fit exactly with what the majority of voters prefer.