“No Party, No Corruption, No Bull.” That’s more than a slogan for unaffiliated Utah gubernatorial candidate Farley Anderson and his runningmate Steve Maxfield. They say it is the lifeblood of their “do not donate to me” campaign.Some have questioned the sanity of Anderson’s campaign policy to refuse all corporate and outside donations. But Farley, a Paradise resident, and his runningmate say there are far better uses for $4 million than campaigning for governor, especially in this economy. The Anderson-Maxfield campaign is asking that you donate any spare cash to those who are truly deserving of assistance. They say, “Until we take money out of politics and the favors that naturally follow, nothing will truly change.”The Anderson-Maxfield team says it is the only choice for governor with an established track record of fighting for and preserving Utah’s fundamental rights. That refers to their recent Utah Supreme Court victory, Farley Anderson vs Lt. Governor Greg Bell. The Utah Supreme Court issued a rare unanimous decision that any citizen has he right to petition their government. Anderson says the Utah Attorney General and Governor opposed electronic signatures for citizens’ petitions and he said, “if money could talk it would speak very loudly.”
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