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    Posted June 12, 2014 by
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    Matthew C. Martino May Begin Political Campaign Soon – From Space

     
    At 21, Matthew C. Martino is an accomplished film producer and author. Sources close to him say he is ready for a political career, and there is speculation he may attempt to campaign from where no one has before – in outer space.

    Martino already holds diplomas in business, marketing, health and social care, and criminology. Aviation experience is also on his resume, also fueling speculation of a different sort of campaign. Media reports say Martino was considering run for Parliament in late 2013, and a decision could be months, if not weeks, away.

    Joseph C. Nicklebach, a professor at the University of Leicester’s Space Research Centre, reported that Martino had been seen at a semi-top-secret facility on campus. Nicklebach also denied reports of a secret underground space lab at the university.

    Lets Fly author Martino, however, appeared to be carrying a manual similar to what American astronauts use during spaceflight. The professor also revealed the political contender rehearsed a speech in an unused office. Phrases relating to “campaign from orbit” and “interstellar campaign promise from a people’s politician” were uttered, according to Nickleback, before what sounded over the phone like a humanoid turning into a gelatinous mass in a bucket.

    Whether Matthew C. Martino decides to run for Parliament on the ground, or from space, there promises to be some interesting headlines in the months ahead.

    His rep have kept all information very tight lipped and even outspoken publicist Carol Suvarov has not breathed a word regarding the 21year old's political plans.

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