A bit of media coverage. This is from when I was running for Mayor of Keene. I am now running for New Hampshire Governor!Read More
Nobody appears on WKBK!
Nobody giving Keene State Collage a Wake up Call! Thanks to Vincent Freeman for a great interview!Read More
A fine endorsement today from the Union Leader:
Keene’s Nobody: Surely, he can beat apathy by a nose
Aug 24, 2019
Given some of the past fields of political candidates, we always thought the option of “none-of-the-above” would win more than once if included on a ballot. That option may have won a New Hampshire Republican congressional primary back in the 1970s in a field so weak that John Adams came in first. (It wasn’t THE John Adams but the speculation is that voters were hoping against hope.)
Given the candidate options in Keene for a coming municipal election, it’s just as well that “none-of-the-above” won’t be listed. How would voters ever decide between “none” and Nobody?
A Keene man, having legally changed his name to Nobody, says he is running “because Nobody knows how to run your life better than you do. Nobody deserves that kind of power, and Nobody tells the truth anymore, and I want to be that guy.”
(Note to DNC: Surely Nobody deserves a seat at your next presidential debate.)
He didn’t say it yet but clearly, his slogans will include an affirmation that Nobody can fight city hall. As for a campaign song, it must be, it has to be, “Nobody knows the trouble I’ve seen.”
Five more people have filed for Keene city positions — including a mayoral contender with an unusual name.
Nobody, formerly known as Rich Paul, filed for mayor early Wednesday morning, though the paperwork wasn’t posted with the other declarations on the city’s website until Thursday.
A YouTube video posted Wednesday on the Free Keene blog shows him in a court hearing to legally change his name to Nobody. In the video, he tells the judge he is changing his name out of “a combination of performance art and protest.”
In a text message this morning, he wrote that “the system is broken, and Nobody can fix it.
“Nobody cares about the poor, Nobody will end the wars, Nobody will end the genocidal war on drugs,” he continued.Read More
KEENE — Nobody wants to become the next mayor of Keene.
“I’m running because Nobody knows how to run your life better than you do, Nobody deserves that kind of power, and Nobody tells the truth anymore, and I want to be that guy,” said the candidate named Nobody.
Free State activist Nobody, who legally changed his name from Rich Paul earlier this summer, is in the running to become Keene’s next mayor.Read More