Raynham Man Establishes Political Pizza Party
Has the political season been a little too cheesy for you? There's a new local political party just for you
Have you been watching the Presidential election coverage and felt like this?
This years election has left a pit in some of our stomachs that only pizza can fill.
Josh Freeman of Raynham has sparked a revolution in our hearts and our ovens on a local level. Freeman, 42, is the founder of the Pizza Party which has over 180 registered voters enrolled.
The Pizza Party was born one day at Barrett's Alehouse in Bridgewater when 120 pizza lovers signed the petition in 2010, 70 more than the minimum requirement of signatures.
In an interview with the Brockton Enterprise, Freeman said, "We believe in cheese pizza as the principle." He also noted that mushrooms, onions, and pepperoni can be added if need be.
Freeman's group is officially a political party once 1 percent of Massachusetts' registered voters enroll. Until the Pizza Party can muster up another 42,000 voters to register. We're sure the registration looks a bit like this...