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First Green Party Prez primary goes for Stein

Jill SteinJill Stein scored a very big win at the state convention of the Ohio Green Party on Saturday, winning 90% of the vote in a four-way race in presidential balloting. The convention met in Columbus to select delegates to be sent to the Green Party presidential nominating convention in Baltimore this July.

Ohio’s presidential preference vote was the nation’s first, and was Stein’s first test in the race for delegates. As a result, it provides an early indication of how Green Party members are assessing the candidates seeking the party nomination. The other candidates included on the Ohio ballot were Roseanne Barr, Kent Mesplay, and Harley Mikkelson.

Stein spoke to the convention briefly before the vote and stressed the importance of providing voters with an alternative to the “two establishment parties.” After the convention, Stein attended a fundraising party with supporters in Columbus.

On Sunday, Stein traveled to Indianapolis to speak at Occupy the Super Bowl. There, she rallied with union members from across the midwest, and met with the Indiana Greens as they begin petitioning to place Jill Stein’s name on the 2012 ballot.

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5 Responses

  1. HOW ABOUT WE F*CKING DO SOMETHING ABOUT THE MAIN ISSUE FEMA CAMPS STATIONED ALL OVER AMERICA AND THE PRODUCTION OF GENETICALLY ENGINEERED PRODUCE . THE PRESIDENT IS ALLOWING THE USE OF ” RbGH” IN OUR COUNTRY “RbGH” is BANNED IN CANADA JAPAN ALL THROUGH EUROPE AND THE NETHERLANDS

    WHAT THE F*CK . GREEN PARTY IT’S TIME FOR A REVOLUTION !!

    [Editor bleeped with asterisks. Agree with some of the energy, but try to keep the site family-friendly.]

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