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Updated: Unofficial Green Party Primary returns

As of Noon:
We’re at 95.9% of the primary results now in California:

Kent Mesplay (Grn) 564 2.0 %
Jared Ball (Grn) 444 1.6 %
Jesse Johnson (Grn) 506 1.8 %
Kat Swift (Grn) 843 3.0 %
Ralph Nader (Grn) 16,835 61.1 %
Elaine Brown (Grn) 1,259 4.6 %
Cynthia McKinney (Grn) 7,124 25.9 %

In Illinois:

President – Grn Primary
11266 of 11574 Precincts Reporting – 97%
Name Party Votes Vote %
McKinney, Cynthia Grn 1,446 57%
Hawkins, Howie (for Ralph Nader)Grn 438 17%
Mesplay, Kent Grn 369 14%
Ball, Jared Grn 302 12%

In Arkansas:

Statewide Totals

Counties Reporting: 56 of 75 – 75%
Counties Certified: 1 of 75 – 1%
Polling Locations Reporting: 632 of 2080 – 30%
Last Update: Wed Feb 6th, 2008 10:37 AM

Green Party – Uncertified Track

Jared A. Ball (Green) 50 10.33%
Cynthia McKinney (Green) 109 22.52%
Kent Mesplay (Green) 42 8.68%
Kat Swift (Green) 25 5.17%
Uncommitted (Green) 258 53.31%

In addition the anecdotal reports on Massachusetts here:

Wildly unofficial reports from MA here.

Green Party Primary Coverage: anecdotes and analysis

and this from Ballot Access News:

Massachusetts: check back for better results. Fragmentary returns suggest that the race between Ralph Nader and Cynthia McKinney is extremely close.

Reported by a Green Party leader on a list-serve this morning. We will update and verify at least one more time this morning:
California

Nader – 66.8%
McKinney – 19.9%
Kat Swift – 3.4%
Kent Mesplay – 2.6%

Massachussetts

No results yet available

Illinois

Cynthia McKinney – 57%
Howie Hawkins (stand-in for Nader) – 17%
Kent Mesplay – 14%
Jared Ball – 12%

Arkansas

Uncommitted – 53%
Cynthia McKinney – 21%
Jared Ball – 11%
Kent Mesplay – 8.5%
Kat Swift – 6%

7 Responses

  1. […] Unofficial Green Party Primary returns […]

  2. Thank you for following this. I am confused about the California numbers which have percentage signs after them:

    Kent Mesplay (Grn) 564 2.0 %
    Jared Ball (Grn) 444 1.6 %
    Jesse Johnson (Grn) 506 1.8 %
    Kat Swift (Grn) 843 3.0 %
    Ralph Nader (Grn) 16,835 61.1 %
    Elaine Brown (Grn) 1,259 4.6 %
    Cynthia McKinney (Grn) 7,124 25.9 %

    Are these actually votes and not percentages?
    .

  3. Eddie,

    They are the actual number of votes with the percentage placed next to them

    peace
    Ian

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