CITIZENS FOR CLEAN ELECTIONS
reception and discussion
"Clean Elections in Maine"
February 2, 2003
Photos by Janet Fout
Linda Mallet, Gary Zuckett and Maine state representative Boyd Marley discuss the success of Clean Elections in Maine and the West Virginia Clean Elections Act at a public reception at the University of Charleston.
As an ambassador for clean, publicly funded elections, State Rep. Marley explains to an attentive audience that 77% of Maine's state Senate and 55% of the state representatives are Clean Elections legislators after the 2002 election. Attendees at the public reception learned all about this creative, voluntary system for financing elections.
Maine state representative, Boyd Marley, and Si Galperin, former WV legislator, Common Cause-WV member and Clean Money activist discuss take a breather in the House Judiciary office.
Representative Marley (center), answers question from Dan Kimball (left), attorney for the WV House Judiciary about Maine's Clean Elections bill, as Si Galperin takes notes.