Category: Washington

Candidate Statement and Biography for Washington State

Frank Moore Candidate Statement

My platform provides for a minimum income of $1,000 a month for every citizen, which will give people money to spend, save, invest, or pool with others to create more effective financial communities. This will open up a wide range of opportunities for the average person…to start small businesses, to stay on the family farm, to do art, to raise kids, etc.

My platform also provides for free universal health care [which will include long-term care, home attendants, medicine, etc.], free life time education [including child care], and free mass transit.

These policies will in effect put more real money in the pocket of the average person. But more importantly, the fear of the future will fade, releasing what is now horded away for old age, for when your health fails you, for your kid’s education…releasing the knot in your belly of knowing that no matter how much you manage to save [if any] it will not be enough.

So write in Frank Moore for President and Susan Block for Vice President on election day! For more information, go to

Frank Moore Biography

Frank Moore, 62, is a performance artist, poet, teacher, writer, painter, and musician known world-wide for his experimental art. Moore and four other performance artists were targeted by Senator Jesse Helms in the early 1990s in what is commonly seen as the first battle of the cultural wars. In 1999, Moore started the award-winning web-station Love Underground Visionary Revolution,

Moore was born with cerebral palsy and cannot walk or talk. He communicates using a laser-pointer and board of letters, numbers, and words. Moore sings, plays piano, and hosts a weekly internet show, The Shaman’s Den.


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