1994 US Green Party Results
** Topic: PRELIM 1994 U.S. GREEN PARTY RESULT **
** Written  9:56 AM  Nov 12, 1994 by dmcmillen in cdp:grns.usa.forum **
From: Dale McMillen 
Subject: PRELIM 1994 U.S. GREEN PARTY RESULTS


             1994 PRELIMINARTY U.S. GREEN PARTY RESULTS

Green Parties in the U.S. made history in 1994 by recieving the highest
vote counts ever.

* Four Green candidates received more than 100,000 votes, with Margaret
  Garcia, Green Party of California candidate for Secretary of State
  recieving 289,302 -- a record number of votes for a U.S. Green ever.
  The previous record was held by Linda Martin, Green Party of Hawaii
  candidate for US Senate in 1992 with 50,000 votes, which was 13% of
  the total.

* Five Green candidates for statewide office recieved more than 10%
  of the vote, with Lorenzo Garcia, New Mexico Green Party Candidate
  for State Treasurer receiving 33% of the New Mexico vote -- the
  highest percentage of a statewide vote for a Green ever.

* Also receiving more than 10% of the vote was New Mexico's candidates
  for Governor and Lt. Governor, Roberto Mondragon and Steven Schmidt
  who both recieved 11%, New Mexico's candidate for Commissioner of
  Public Lands who received 12%.  The Green Party of Alaska also made
  history with Joni Whitmore bringing in 10% of the vote for U.S.
  Congress which is a statewide office in Alaska.

* Receiving between 5 and 10% of the vote for a statewide office was
  the Green Party Maine's candidate for Governor, Jonathon Carter,
  with 6.3% and the Green Party of Rhode Island's candidate for Lt.
  Governor, Jeff Johnson with 6.1%  The previous record for percentage
  of votes on a statewide race was also Linda Martin, U.S. Senate
  Candidate in Hawaii in 1992 and Jim Sykes, the Green Party of Alaska's
  Candidate for Governor in 1990 where he got 3.3% of the vote and
  established the Green Party of Alaska as the first officially
  recognized Green Party in the U.S.

* The Green Party of Maine is now an officially recognized Green
  Party after recieving more than 5% of the vote for a gubernatorial
  candidate.  The Green Parties of Alaska and California have ensured
  continued ballot status through their vote percentages for a
  statewide office.

* The majority of the Green Party Candidates in Alaska, Hawaii, New
  Mexico and Missouri recieved over 10% of the vote.  Nearly half
  of the New Mexico Green Party candidates received more than 32%
  of the vote and a third of the Hawaii Green Party Candidates
  received more than 38% of the vote -- with one winner recieving
  60%.

* In summary, 8 Greens were elected, all 5 incumbents reporting so
  far have been reelected, and Greens have elected 3 new City Council
  seats.

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               PRELIMARY U.S. GREEN PARTY RESULTS FOR 1994

ALASKA GREEN PARTY
810 W. 16th Ave.
Anchorage AK 99501
907-258-5973

Governor--Jim Sykes                                          4% *
                                        * (ballot status assured)
Lt. Governor--Roger Lewis                                    (pending)
Congress--Joni Whitmore                             5,382    10%
State Legislature 28th Dist--Paul Bratton                    11%

ARKANSAS GREEN PARTY
228 Mill Ave.
Fayetteville AR 72701
501-521-5473

City Council, Fayetteville--Stephan Miller (Green incumbent) (pending)

CALIFORNIA GREEN PARTY
1008 10th St., #482
Sacramento CA 95819
916-448-3437

100% precincts reporting (.5 million absentee ballots still out)


U.S. Senate--Barbara Blong                            127,807-1.6%
Lt. Gov.--Danny Moses                                 145,939-1.8%
Secretary of State--Margaret Garcia                   289,302-3.9% *

                                   * (ballot status assured)

Congress--Monterey-Craig Coffin                        4,903-3.3%
Congress--Ventura-Robert Marston                       3,982-2.6%
Congress--San Diego-Kip Kruger                         1,822-1.8%

State Senate--San Gabriel Vlly-Walt Sheasby            4,250-2.4%
State Assembly--NW LA-Charles Wilken                   7,087-7.1%
State Assembly--San Jose-Tim Fitzgerald                4,260-8.0%
State Assembly--Ventura-Tom Stafford                   2,614-2.2%
State Assembly 14--Berkeley/Richmond-Hank Chapot       7,009-6.1%

City Council--Arcata-Jason Kirkpatrick-                      29% WIN
                                     (2nd of 4 seats)
City Council--Berkeley-Dona Spring (Green incumbent)             WIN
City Council--Menlo Park, CA-Steve Schmidt                       WIN
City Council--Redwood City, CA-Michael Dean Hitchcock          (pending)
City Council--Yucuipa, CA-Allan Drusys                 3,221     WIN

Planning Board--San Diego Co.-William Bretz (Green incumbent)  (pending)
Water Board--San Diego Co-Timothy Moore                        (pending)
Water Board--San Diego Co-Stephen Saint                        (pending)
Res Conserv Bd--Malibu-Glenn Bailey (Green incumbent)            WIN
Res Conserv Bd--Santa Clara Co-John Bernardi                   (pending)
Res Conserv Bd--Santa Clara Co-Todd Cooper (Green incumbent)   (pending)
Hospital Board--San Diego Co-Celesta Owen                      (pending)
Alpine Community Planning Group--San Diego Co-Bonnie Gengron   (pending)
Alpine Community Planning Group--San Diego Co-Brian McCall     (pending)
High School Board--San Diego Co. Susan Wolfe-Fleming           (pending)
School District Board--San Diego Co, Leo Bennett-Cauchon       (pending)
School Board--Simi Valley-Sharon Hushka                        (pending)
School Board--San Diego Co-Barbara Carr (Green incumbent)        WIN
City Council--Santa Monica-Jon Stevens                         (pending)

Also, Mindy Lorenz, co-founder of the Green Party of California,
ran for California State Assembly on the Democratic Party Ticket
and lost with 42.1% of the vote.

COLORADO GREEN PARTY
1085 14th St., Ste 1287
Boulder CO 80302
303-575-1022

Governor--Phil Hufford/Lt Gov--Krista Paradise    approx  16,000  1.5%

HAWAI'I GREEN PARTY
PO Box 5731
Hilo HI 96720
808-961-6556

Governor--Kioni Dudley/Lt Gov--Jack Morse                12,939  3.5%

State House (Oahu)--Toni Worst                            3,571  41%
State House (Oahu)--Karen Archibald                       2,930  38%
State House (Oahu)--Chris Walker                          1,281  17%
State House (Oahu)--Bruce MacPherson                        807  10%

County Council (Hawai'i)--Keiko Bonk-Abamson (incumbent)  3,007   60% WIN
County Council (Maui)--Jason Schwartz                     1,400    4%
County Council (Maui)--Nick Nikhilananda                  6,702   22%
County Council (Maui)--Meiling Akuna                      2,789    9%
County Council (Kauai)--Victor Bailey (multi-vote ballot) 3,014

MAINE GREEN PARTY
RR 1, Box 109
Surrey ME 04684
207-667-2016

Governor--Jonathon Carter                                      6.3% *
                 * (Guarantees Green Party ballot status in Maine)

Congress--Charles Fitzgerald                             9,455  5%
State Legislature--Greg Gerritt                          (pending)
State Legislature--Tom Foote                             (pending)

MISSOURI GREEN PARTY
PO Box 1958
Columbia MO 65205
314-442-4789

County Commissioner, Boone Co--Jeff Barrow                    39.9%

MONTANA
40 East Main
#3 Bozeman MT 5815?
406-586-0180

Congress--Steve Kelly (independent environmentalist)   22,740   9%

NEW MEXICO GREEN PARTY
Box 22955
Santa Fe NM 87502
1-800-273-9119

Governor--Roberto Mondragon                            44,000   11%
Lt. Gov--Steven Schmidt                                44,000   11%
State Treasurer--Lorenzo Garcia                       121,000   33%
Commissioner of Public Lands--Patricia Wolff           46,000   12%
Congress, 2nd Dis--Rex Johnson                          6,517    5%
State Legislature--Max Coll (incumbent Democrat seeking Green line) (pending)
Magistrate Judge, Santa Fe--Fran Gallegos              10,400   43%
County Assessor, Santa Fe--Don Brayfield                7,800   32%

NEW YORK GREEN PARTY
RD1 Box 1024
Poestenkill NY 12140
518-283-6512

Congress, East Side Manhattan--Tom Leighton (TBA Party Line)     1%
State Assembly, Brooklyn Heights--Craig Seeman (TBA Party Line)  4%
State Assembly, Queens--Mary France (New Tomorrow Line)          3%
Councilor-at-Large, Syracuse--Howie Hawkins                      1%
Commissioner of Education, Syracuse--Tom Sullivan                2%

PENNSYLVANIA GREEN PARTY
Box 7413
Lancaster PA 17605
717-394-9110

Governor--Tom Linzey (independant write-in)               (pending)

RHODE ISLAND GREEN PARTY
19 Mount Hope Ave.
Providence RI 02906
401-331-1259

Lt Gov--Jeff Johnson                                         6.1%
State Senator--Anna Martin                                   5.3%

VIRGINIA GREEN PARTY
4201 Lee Highway #506
Arlington, Virginia 22207
703-527-6407

No candidates in 1994

WISCONSIN GREEN PARTY
Rt 2, Box 170A
Luck Wi 54853
715-472-2728

State Legislature--Jeff Peterson                         (pending)

WASHINGTON DC GREENS
4100 W. Street, N.W.
#507 Washington, D.C. 20007
202-338-6781

Mayor--Jodean Marks (Statehood Party Line)               670   1%

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For information about US Green Party organizing, contact the Greens
Clearinghouse of the Green Party USA, PO Box 30208, Kansas City MO
64112-32078, phone 816-931-9366.  Or contact the GreenFax at
703-642-5710 or Hank Chapot 510-654-5311.

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          >>>  The Ten Key Values of American Greens  <<<

    Ecological Wisdom -- Peace and Non-violence --  Social Justice
              Grassroots Democracy -- Decentralization
    Community-Based Economics -- Feminism -- Respect for Diversity
         Personal and Global Responsibility -- Future Focus

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1994 US Green Party Results


1994 US Green Party Results