Mar 08 2013

Senate candidate Dan Winslow says work for Americans Elect, which wanted 3rd presidential nominee, was about process not party

Source: The Republican (via Ballot Access News)

Republican U.S. Senate candidate Daniel Winslow says his work supporting an organization that wanted a third nominee in the 2012 presidential race was about process, not party.

Winslow, a state representative from Norfolk who is a Boston attorney and expert in election law, was general counsel for Americans Elect during the 2012 presidential race. It was an unusual job for the former chief legal counsel to former Massachusetts Republican Gov. Mitt Romney, the 2012 GOP presidential nominee.

Winslow, now running against private equity investor Gabriel Gomez and former U.S. Attorney Michael Sullivan in the Republican primary for U.S. Senate, said his work was about changing the presidential nominating process.

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