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Early voting for primaries in Illinois…

KW: There seem to be a few Green Party primaries in Illinois. It is probably important for greens to understand who the best candidates are and vote in the primaries. There seem to be some candidates on the Green Party primary ballots who are not genuine greens (for example, someone says one candidate has run on the Democrat, Republican, Libertarian and other lines previously…) The only candidate name I recognized is Matt Reichel. He has been an active green for many years, and a previous green candidate. At the Green Party of Illinois website, they provide a list of “recognized” candidates, as well as contact information for some green leaders. You might want to contact patrick.kelly at ilgp.org with questions.

(excerpt from) Independent Political Report
Early voting starts in Illinois primaries

January 11th, 2010 · 12 Comments

Today [January 11, 2010] early voting started in Illinois’ various primary elections.  Aside from the Democrats and Republicans, the Green Party is ballot qualified and will be having primaries for various seats.  This includes congressional candidate Matt Reichel, who got about seven percent of the vote as the party’s nominee in a special congressional election in 2009, and is currently running in a primary for the same seat against Andrew Williams and Terrence A. Gilhooly…

One Response

  1. Like here in NY when we had “phony candidates”

    Jeff

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