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Ballot Status History: Pacific Green Party of Oregon

1996: The Pacific Party of Oregon qualified for statewide ballot status in November 1996.

In Oregon since 1993, to qualify for the ballot, a political party must receive at least 1% in a statewide race, and have a number of registered voters equal to 1/10 of 1% of all registered voters in the state.

In November 1996, Ralph Nader ran for President and received 49,415 votes 3.6%, and Gary Kutcher ran for U.S. Senate and received 14,193 votes and 1.04% . Both the 3.6% and the 1.04% surpassed the 1% required to qualify the Pacific Party of Oregon for the ballot.

The Pacific Party also had 2,025 registered voters as members as of November 30th, 1996, 0.102%. This 0.102% surpassed the 1/10 of 1% of all registered voters needed to qualify the Pacific Party of Oregon for the ballot.


2000: The Pacific Green Party of Oregon retained statewide ballot status in November 2000.

In November 2000, Ralph Nader ran for President and received 77,537 votes 5.5%, and Lloyd Marbet ran for Secretary of State and received 64,555 votes and 4.4%. Both the 5.0% and the 4.4% surpassed the 1% required to qualify the Pacific Party of Oregon for the ballot.

The Pacific Party also had 2,119 registered voters as members as of November 30th, 1996, 0.110%. This 0.110% surpassed the 1/10 of 1% of all registered voters needed to qualify the Pacific Party of Oregon for the ballot. The party has remained above this threshold ever since, retaining its ballot status ongoingly in the process.


2004: The Pacific Green Party of Oregon retained statewide ballot status in November 2004.

In November 1996, Ralph Nader ran for President and received 77,537 votes 5.5%, and Lloyd Marbet ran for Secretary of State and received 64,555 votes and 4.4% . Both the 5.0% and the 4.4% surpassed the 1% required to qualify the Pacific Party of Oregon for the ballot.

The Pacific Party also had 2,119 registered voters as members as of November 30th, 1996, 0.110%. This 0.110% surpassed the 1/10 of 1% of all registered voters needed to qualify the Pacific Party of Oregon for the ballot. The party has remained above this threshold ever since, retaining its ballot status ongoingly in the process.





 


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