AYYADURAI SHIFTS TO INDEPENDENT BID FOR U.S. SENATE
Entrepreneur Shiva Ayyadurai split from the Republican Party over the weekend and now intends to run for U.S. Senate as an independent candidate, he told supporters on Saturday.
Ayyadurai, an MIT graduate and Cambridge resident who claims to have invented email, said political parties are "rigged machines, money-making machines, for themselves" and told his supporters that he wants to be a candidate for others who feel the same way.
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