2021 Election Results


Below are noteworthy Green Party candidates currently running for office.
For a more complete list of current candidates, please visit the Green Party Elections Database.


Vote Green Today in the Twin Cities!

Vote for these awesome Green Party endorsed candidates in Minnesota this Tuesday, November 2nd Jennifer McPherson the Saint Paul Green Party of the 4th congressional district endorsed candidate for School Board.  Cam Gordon City Councilperson is endorsed by the Minneapolis Green Party of the 5th congressional district. Continue reading

Kearni Warren on Chester's Water Authority

Last week I traveled to Harrisburg with CWA workers and rate payers to meet with our elected officials to fight to save our water authority. Once elected, I will continue to fight for what's right for Chester! Election Day is tomorrow! Will you vote for 4 more years of the same leading to a total of 16 yrs of the same or will you vote for innovation and someone with a track record of fighting for justice and is endorsed by 3 major justice seeking organizations? Chester, the choice is yours. Continue reading

Political newcomer Dominique Faison makes case for LD 11 Seat

ASBURY PARK, NJ – Dominique Faison is no stranger to adversity and challenges in her life. Whether it was losing her mother as a teenager, being homeless with five children, or seeing her children endure the death of their father to COVID, Dominique has displayed an extraordinary level of resilience and strength to be at her best, not just for herself, but for the people around her. Faison, a 47-year old political newcomer from Asbury Park, is making her case in the last weekend in her campaign for New Jersey General Assembly in the Eleventh District. The mother of nine children and grandmother to five, is running under the Green Party flag for one of the two open seats currently held by Democrats. Continue reading

Barry Bendar for Ocean County Commissioner

OCEAN COUNTY, NJ — The 2021 election campaign culminates when voters go to the polls Nov. 2. Among their decisions will be choosing members of the Ocean County Board of Commissioners. There are two seats up for election and seven candidates seeking for those positions, which are three-year terms. Patch asked each candidate to answer questions to give voters information about who they are and their stances on various issues. We are printing their responses in full, unedited except for spelling or punctuation. Continue reading

Madelyn Hoffman for New Jersey Governor

Not crazy about Murphy or Ciattarelli? Here are 3 other candidates running for N.J. governor By now, you've been bombarded by ads from Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy and Republican nominee Jack Ciattarelli running for governor But there are other choices: New Jersey has three other candidates vying for the top job in state government. On the ballot Nov. 2, voters will see candidates from the Libertarian, Green, and Socialist Workers parties. Continue reading

SEIU endorses Cam Gordon

We're proud to support leaders who are fierce advocates for working people. Among them are @CameronAGordon, @FletcherMpls, and @CunninghamMPLS ! Vote by Tues., Nov. 2! Find voting information and more SEIU endorsements at http://voteseiumn.org. Continue reading

Samantha Pree-Stinson: It's almost Election Day

Help us hold signs and pass out informational flyers at the polls. Register: bit.ly/SamForBETPolls. Contact [email protected] with questions. We have several events leading up to Election Day and then our celebration on election night. We would love for you to join us! Please connect with us at any of our events (even if you don’t sign up). Contact our team with any questions at [email protected] We look forward to seeing you there! Continue reading

Bart Everson: Media Blitz!

Thanks to your support, our first ads are circulating this week. Looks pretty good, doesn't it? Many thanks to the professional work of Jack Sweeney. The ad above is in the current issue of Data News Weekly, a publication serving the African American community in New Orleans. They've interviewed me a few times over the years. A similar ad is in the Gambit. And yes, we even have a 30-second spot on AM radio. Give it a listen! Continue reading

Lorianne Burgess: The first thing I'll do

People like to ask me, ‘what’s the first thing you would do, if you won?’ Four months ago I had great ideas about policies and attitudes and directions, and they are all still things that need to be actualized. The more I listen to people though, the more various things that people find important, from ordinances they want to see, street signs that need replaced, parade etiquette that they want in writing, themes, visions, directions, outreaches, and organizations that need lifted; the more I realize that everyone has their own really important issues that they feel very strongly about. Continue reading

Hawthorne Election 2021 Ask the Candidates: Craig Cayetano for Council-at-Large

HAWTHORNE, NJ - TAPintoHawthorne has collected more questions and concerns from residents around town to ask the mayor and council candidates as Election Day draws near. November 2 will be the deciding day for voters to determine whether Republican Councilman John Lane or Democratic Councilman Joseph Wojtecki succeeds outgoing Republican Mayor Richard Goldberg. Likewise, three at-large council seats are contested by Democratic, Republican, and Green Party candidates. TAPinto Hawthorne has received the responses from the various candidates and will publish a series of their responses over the course of the week. Continue reading