Interview with Raymond Haight
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QUESTION 3
INTERVIEWER:

Did, did your father feel that he could do something different than any other candidate? I mean, it's very unusual to not get a party nomination, and go create your own party.

RAYMOND HAIGHT:

That's right. Yes, he definitely felt he could do something different than anybody else.

INTERVIEWER:

I need, again, you to refer, tell me who you're referring to.

RAYMOND HAIGHT:

My father definitely felt that he could do something different. For instance, he'd been in politics long enough to know that money was a big factor, so he made the decision that he would not accept any big campaign contributions, which meant that, many years later, that he had to pay off these debts when he died, and mother made sure they were paid off.