Wearing an apron and carrying a pot and spoon, Gail Parker ventured into the Plymouth Haven neighborhood last week. She banged on her pot to let people know that she was supporting Independent candidate Russell Potts for governor. She is also campaigning for her own seat as she runs for delegate of the 44th district.
Parker has found that her “Gail for Rail” campaign has been received favorably. She has been knocking on doors since February and estimates that she has been to at least 10,000 homes.
“Can I count on your vote?” Parker asked a woman who seemed receptive to what she had to say.
The woman answered “No, but you have my interest.”
“See, that’s what I keep hearing,” Parker said.