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Independent Candidate Falchuk Lays Out Vision For Three Parties

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Evan Falchuk is a candidate running for governor. (Robin Lubbock/WBUR)
Evan Falchuk is a candidate running for governor. (Robin Lubbock/WBUR)

Evan Falchuk created the United Independent Party at the beginning of this year, and launched his bid a month later. He is pushing for a three-party system in Massachusetts and is trying to get enough votes to bring this new party up to that status.

To do that, he needs to get at least 3 percent of the vote in the 2014 election.

Listen to all of our conversations with the gubernatorial candidates.


Evan Falchuk, attorney and former president of the global health firm Best Doctors, Inc. and the only independent candidate for governor.


Radio Boston Democratic Attorney General Martha Coakley: "Let's talk about what we really need to do in this state, which is to create the environment that the private sector and the not-for-profit sector will be able to continue to grow and thrive. ... It's about understanding the role that government plays."

Radio Boston Republican Charlie Baker: "You need to focus on where you want to go. What's your path? What's your vision? Where do you want to take the state? And that's why this time, I'm going to focus a lot more on the fact that I think we can do better. I think we should be great."

Radio Boston Democratic State Treasurer Stephen Grossman: "I'm running for Governor because I believe the people of Massachusetts want proven leadership that will leave no one behind, no one out, in a way that empowers them."

This segment aired on October 10, 2013.


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