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GPCA Election Report, Updated November 14, 2016By Mike Feinstein, GPCA Campaigns and Candidates Working GroupOf the 36 registered Green Party of California members who ran for office in November 2016, at least 11 have been elected, and another leading pending final vote countshttp://www.cagreens.org/elections/2016-fall Continue reading
We are very pleased to announce that, for the first time in Missouri history, the Green Party appears set to be an established statewide political party in Missouri (pending official Secretary of State certification). There were two legal requirements for this goal: Gather 10,000 signatures of registered Missouri voters requesting to put the Party on the ballot statewide and one of our statewide candidates must get over 2% of the vote in last night's election. In August 2016, we met the first requirement with 25,000 signatures. On November 8, 2016, we met the second requirement as our candidate, Jennifer Leach for Lieutenant Governor, got over 2% of the vote–over 65,000 votes. Several of our other local candidates received vote percentages ranging from 18-24%. For the compressed period of time we had to campaign, this is a remarkable achievement. Continue reading
Kim O'Connor has won Hillsborough County Soil and Water Board District #2. This is Tampa's county and she won with 29.52% of the vote 131,362 votes.
The current vote total for the Jill Stein & Ajamu Baraka ticket is 1,194,004. This was more than double the amount of votes won in 2012 for the Stein / Honkala ticket, 469,501.
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DC Statehood Green Party Results Reporting: 41.71% in Natale Stracuzzi: Delegate to the US House of Representatives Natale Stracuzzi (Green): 4.68% -- 9,354 Eleanor Holmes Norton (Democrat): 85.6 -- 170,911 Martin Moulton (Libertarian): 5.83% -- 11,633 Lee Aikin: At Large City Council Lee Aikin (Green): 5.25% -- 20,692 John Cheeks (Independent): 4.43% -- 17,687 Caroline Celnik (Republican): 4.61% -- 18,424 David Grosso (Independent): 19.4% -- 77,450 Robert White (Democrat): 38.49% -- 153,691 DC Statehood Advisory Referendum: Yes, to approve: 81.1% -- 161,933 No, to reject: 12.81% -- 25,572 ANC 4B05 Perry Redd (Green): 22.29% — 553 Yolanda Hughes (Democrat): 63.86% -- 193 ANC 1C07 Chris Otten (Green): 24.19% -- 90 Wilson Reynolds (Democrat): 50% -- 186