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Senator Bullfinch began his political career in 1968, when he first ran for the Senate.  He quickly concluded that democracy was “way too important to be left solely in the hands of the voters.”  Realizing the injustice of just representing one small section of the population, Mr. Bullfinch withdrew from the general election and declared himself “a senator at large.”  Since then, Senator Bullfinch has dedicated his life to representing what he describes as “the true majority of the United States.”  Unencumbered by the pressures of reelection, the selfish needs of constituents, or the greed of lobbyists, Senator Bullfinch has been indefatigable in his cause, that of promulgating truth throughout the land.  Senator Bullfinch claims to be the only truly nonpartisan politician, because he represents nobody.