New Jersey Green Party Gubernatorial Nominee Included in NAACP Forum with the Democratic and Republican Candidates

Ballot Access News:

Reverend Seth Kaper-Dale was nominated by the New Jersey Green Party to be its gubernatorial nominee on October 31, 2016, an entire year before the November 7, 2017 election. He was included in the NAACP/New Jersey Institute for Social Justice gubernatorial forum held May 1. See this story. He is pastor of the Highland Park Reformed Church, and hopes to raise $460,000 in campaign contributions. If he succeeds, he will be included in the state-sponsored general election gubernatorial debate later this year.

2 thoughts on “New Jersey Green Party Gubernatorial Nominee Included in NAACP Forum with the Democratic and Republican Candidates

  1. Just Some Random Guy

    While I obviously have little complaint of third party candidates being in debates, I’m disappointed and also a bit confused that the Libertarian candidate (Peter Rohrman) was not included.

  2. AMcCarrick

    @Just Some Random Guy…. Pretty sure the organization was unaware he was running. The Green got their nomination months ago. Rohrman just got nominated not even a month ago.

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