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The Baltimore Sun quotes Baltimore Green Party mayoral candidate Joshua Harris on the not guilty verdict in the trial of Officer Edward Gero in the death of Freddie Gray: “Today, Officer Nero was found not guilty on all charges. I… Continue Reading
G. Lee Aikin, a District of Columbia Statehood Green Party candidate for the D.C. council, won the D.C. Tenants’ Advocacy Commission straw poll in her at-large race. Aikin finished second behind Democrat Robert White; the top two candidates were declared… Continue Reading
Democrats have cross-endorsed the Green Party candidate for state representative in Connecticut’s 135th District, Bonnie Troy. Connecticut’s Redding Pilot reports that Troy’s campaign “is mostly focused on the environment and renewable energy issues. … She says if elected her focus… Continue Reading
Matt Funiciello, the Green Party nominee for U.S. House in New York’s 21st District, appeared on WWNY-TV, the CBS affiliate in Northern New York, on Tuesday. Funiciello received 10.6% of the vote in the district in 2014, and believes he… Continue Reading
Baltimore City Paper writes that Green Party mayoral candidate Joshua Harris “could possibly offer up a challenge” to Democratic nominee Catherine Pugh. City Paper calls Harris “a strong, thoughtful candidate and much-loved by the city’s grassroots activists, and organizers and… Continue Reading
Here are the complete results of the Maryland and Baltimore Green Party by-mail and in-person primary, as reported by the party organizations: U.S. Senate: Margaret Flowers 125 (98%), None of the Above 3 (2%). U.S. House, Third District: Nnabu Eze… Continue Reading
Joshua Harris has won the contested Green Party primary for Baltimore mayor, and Nancy Wallace has won the contested primary for the Green nomination in Maryland’s Eighth U.S. House District. Though the Maryland Green Party is ballot-qualified, the state of… Continue Reading