Heard All Across The Land: The Declarations Of Independents Pennsylvania's HumbertRichard S. Dunham
Ross Perot gets all the attention. But around the country, folks like Tom Humbert are joining the undeclared independent candidate for President in the most serious assault on America's two-party politics in decades. The conservative Humbert decided on an independent run for Congress after learning that the south-central Pennsylvania district's Republican incumbent, Bill Goodling, bounced 439 checks at the House Bank. "This district is full of tightfisted German farmers, merchants, and businesspeople," says Humbert. "If they did the same thing, they'd go to jail."
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