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Green Party Presidential Primaries and Caucuses

If you are looking for Green Party Super Tuesday Primary result try here:

The final decision about who receives the Green Party U.S. Presidential nomination will be made at the Green Party’s Annual National Meeting/Presidential Convention in Chicago, July 10th to July 13, 2008.

Though, some states do qualify to have a Green Party primary. And, those primaries will affect the outcome of the convention, and set some of the tone for the campaign to decide the nominee. Below are the states and dates for Green Party primaries. At the bottom are the lists of candidate choices, including who is standing in for who.

February 5th:

Arkansas Green Party Primary
California Green Party Primary
Illinois Green Party Primary (Note: This is an open primary, any voter can ask for a ballot for any party. Any voter can vote in the Green Party primary.)
Massachusetts Green-Rainbow Party Primary (Note: In MA, unenrolled voters are eligible to vote in the Green Party primary.)

February 12th:

D.C. Green Party Primary

There will also be various state caucuses, conventions, and planning meetings around the country. Will post here as information arises.

March 4:
Green Party of Minnesota Caucus

April 24 to May 10:
The Green Party of PA will hold a series of county caucuses

The candidates who are acknowledged by the national Green Party to date are:

Green Party Presidential Candidates

Jesse Johnson
Cynthia McKinney
Kent Mesplay
Kat Swift

Draft Candidates for the Green Party nomination

Ralph Nader (sometimes represented on the ballot by stand-in and Draft Nader activist, Howie Hawkins)

Note: Whereas the wilderside web-site strives for independence, and whereas, we have created the People’s President Page to be an informative and fairly objective list of potential candidates, regardless of party affiliation (or independence from any party affiliation), our People’s President Page lists more green candidates than just the above.

List of candidates on the ballot in Green Party primaries:

California will have on their Green Party primary ballot: Jared Ball (withdrawn); Elaine Brown (withdrawn, some people suggesting as protest vote for support of diversity); Jesse Johnson; Cynthia McKinney; Kent Mesplay; Howie Hawkins as a stand-in for Ralph Nader; Kat Swift

Massachusetts will have on their Green-Rainbow Party ballot: Jared Ball (withdrawn); Elaine Brown (withdrawn, some people suggesting as protest vote for support of diversity); Cynthia McKinney; Kent Mesplay; Ralph Nader; Kat Swift

Illinois will have on their Green Party primary ballot: Jared A. Ball (withdrawn); Cynthia McKinney; Kent Philip Mesplay, Howie Hawkins as a stand-in for Ralph Nader. NOTE: In Illinois, any voter can request a Green Party ballot. On election day, voters get to choose which party’s primary they can vote in.

Arkansas will have on their Green Party primary ballot: Jared Ball (withdrawn); Cynthia McKinney; Kent Mesplay; Kat Swift.

Related posts:

Illinois Green Party welcomes progressives and populists

Anti-Green/Anti-Nader dirty tricks defeated in MA primary

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