Thanks to Ethan Andrews from Pen Bay Pilot for spending some time with Jonathan as he met with voters across Waldo County. Read the full story in the Pen Bay Pilot.
While playing with two of his grandchildren last fall, [Fulford] noticed the youngest was grinning from ear to ear.
“He had a look of complete trust,” he said. “In me. In the world. The world was perfect.”
Fulford realized his own mind was ruminating on the world’s problems: climate change, ocean acidification, an economic system that favored the very wealthy at the expense of everyone else.
“That was the moment I realized I had to do more than just be a carpenter and a grandfather,” he said. “I made a decision just then. I was going to do something.”