With the Keene mayoral elections almost around the corner, the filing up of candidates was opened up at 8 am, but something funny happened this year. While people were expecting the same candidates to show up, Nobody came along and surprised everyone.
Nobody and former mayoral candidate Robert Call were present at the city clerk’s office to file their name as the candidates for the elections. Along with them, current city councilor and 2019 mayoral candidate Mitch Greenwald was waiting with his supporters.
As candidates were meeting each other, Nobody met Greenwald and informed him about his intentions to run for the mayor of Keene. Greenwald was supportive of his decision and expected Nobody to explain his campaign to be a part of the race that was already taking place between Greenwald and another city councilor, George Hansel.
Greenwald is a successful local realtor and manages a large number of rental properties, and to our surprise, Nobody was his previous tenant. This year election has been unusual, and even though the filing window started today and will go on till 10th September, Greenwald and Hansel announced months ago that they’d be running for the elections.
In the city of Keene, if a person is registered to vote, then they can file for the campaign by paying a fee of $5 at the city hall. Nevada has the non-binding choice of “none of the above,” this may be the first time someone will ever truly vote for Nobody. Nobody’s campaign will grab the attention of those as well who have either quit voting or have never voted before to show up at the polls.
Nobody was earlier known as Rich Paul, who is a longtime resident of Keene and loves cannabis, cryptocurrency, and freedom. He officially changed his name to Nobody before taking part in the elections.