Matthew William Stone

banner-personalOffice Sought: Senator – District 32
Age: 28
Occupation: Not-for-profit financial services
Education: Attended USM, but dropped out when I realized political science degrees are a waste of time and money
Family: Not submitted
Hometown: Litchfield

Political experience

I dropped out of college so I could focus on working for Peter Mills’ gubernatorial campaign in 2010. He lost in the primary, but Governor LePage ended up appointing him to take on corruption at the Maine Turn-Pike Authority. I have great admiration for these men. I went on to help raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for Maine’s same-sex marriage initiative in 2011 and 2012. I also served as Angus King’s Associate Finance Director during his successful U.S. Senate campaign in 2012.

Why are you running for office?

This is a unique election year in the history of our country. Considering my experiences in politics and the private sector, I thought it was time for me to step forward and help lead a community that has been so good to me over the years.

I believe Maine is one of the best places in the world to raise a family, but that’s becoming increasingly difficult because of stagnant wages and out-of-control healthcare costs. This is compounded by a rising tide of Third World immigration that threatens the historic character and culture of our people. I saw first hand what the Somalian refugee crisis did to Lewiston and I never want to see that happen to Biddeford. All of these problems can be attributed to the failures of globalization. The current reactionary trend throughout Europe and America is towards a new kind of nationalism that rejects the ruinous open border and free trade policies of our global elite. And what better way to fight globalism than by organizing at the local level?

I’m running for this seat because I’m a proud American Nationalist. It’s time to reject the false duality of Left-Right politics and take the best of both sides. By embracing economic populism and a healthy dose of social conservatism, we have a serious chance of preserving the historic American nation.



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