Dec 17 2012

Moving the Green Party Forward from 2012

Source: Independent Political Report

Despite the reelection of President Obama and not winning any states in the 2012 Presidential Election, the Green Party actually has quite a bit to be happy about and build upon. CBS reports that Presidential candidate Jill Stein and Vice Presidential candidate Cheri Honkala received 431,719 votes nationally, the largest total of any Green Party Presidential ticket since Ralph Nader’s 2000 Presidential campaign. The vote total of the Stein/Honkala campaign more than Read more »

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Dec 17 2012

A local Green Party part of “Move To Amend” action in Long Island, New York

Source: Independent Political Report

We are enthusiastic to share a very exciting development for Move to Amend – Brookhaven.

On Tuesday, December 18, 2012 at 6:30pm, at the Brookhaven Town Board meeting, the Board members will have the opportunity to vote to support a resolution that calls for a 28th Amendment to the United States Constitution that states “corporations are not people and money is not speech”. The citizens of Brookhaven will know unequivocally where each Board member stands on Read more »

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Dec 17 2012

Virginia State Board of Elections Releases Write-in Presidential Votes

Source: Ballot Access News

The Virginia State Board of Elections says the following declared write-in presidential candidates received these votes: Rocky Anderson 76, Jill Reed 14, Sheila Tittle 1, Joseph Glean 4. These results are not posted on the Virginia State Board of Elections’ web page. Some news sources that report vote totals will therefore not be aware of these votes.

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Dec 17 2012

Election Returns for Counties that Border Oklahoma Suggest Gary Johnson Would Have Received Over 20,000 Votes in Oklahoma

Source: Ballot Access News

Gary Johnson, the Libertarian Party presidential candidate, was not on the ballot in Oklahoma, and Oklahoma does not permit write-ins. But Johnson was on the ballot in all the states that border Oklahoma. In the 46 counties that border Oklahoma (which includes counties in Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, and Arkansas), Johnson polled 1.52% of the total vote cast.

If one assumes that Oklahoma would have voted for Johnson at the same level at which voters in Read more »

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