Nov 10 2012

Jill Stein Election Results

Source: Green Party Watch

While official tallies won’t be certified for weeks, next-day tabulations at Google Election indicate that Jill Stein & Cheri Honkala finished fourth in the Nation with 396,684 votes, or 0.3% of the national total. This is more than twice the total of votes that the Green Party’s Cynthia McKinney and Rosa Clemente won in 2008 (161,195), and three times the total of votes that the Green Party’s David Cobb and Pat LaMarche won in 2004 (119,859).

Ballot Access News notes that the Green Party’s best showing was in Maine, where Stein won 1.3% of the vote.

State by state returns:

Alabama – 3,366 (0.2%)
Alaska – 2,089 (1.0%)
Arizona – 5,084 (0.3%)
Arkansas – 9,196 (0.9%)
California – 57,748 (0.6%)
Colorado – 6,850 (0.3%)
Delaware – 1,939 (0.5%)
District of Columbia – 2,045 (0.8%)
Florida – 8,708 (0.1%)
Hawaii – 3,121 (0.7%)
Idaho – 4,330 (0.7%)
Illinois – 29,298 (0.6%)
Iowa – 3,739 (0.2%)
Kentucky – 6,420 (0.4%)
Louisiana – 6,873 (0.4%)
Maine – 7,975 (1.3%)
Maryland – 15,289 (0.6%)
Massachusetts – 19,486 (0.6%)
Michigan – 20,855 (0.5%)
Minnesota – 12,951 (0.4%)
Mississippi – 1,516 (0.1%)
New Jersey – 8,891 (0.3%)
New Mexico – 2,634 (0.3%)
New York – 35,346 (0.6%)
North Dakota – 1,357 (0.4%)
Ohio – 17,657 (0.3%)
Oregon – 15,271 (1.0%)
Pennsylvania – 20,644 (0.4%)
Rhode Island – 2,261 (0.5%)
South Carolina – 5,133 (0.3%)
Tennessee – 6,443 (0.3%)
Texas – 24,450 (0.3%)
Utah – 3,378 (0.4%)
Virginia – 8,366 (0.2%)
Washington – 10,442 (0.5%)
West Virginia – 4,341 (0.7%)
Wisconsin – 7,572 (0.2%)

Here is Jill Stein’s Election Night Google Hangout:



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