Arkansas Mayor and atomic energy expert will seek Green Party nomination for US Senate

from Ballot Access News
Small-Town Mayor in Arkansas Will Seek Green Party Nomination for U.S. Senate

September 8th, 2009

John Gray, Mayor of Greenland, Arkansas, said on September 6 that he will seek the Green Party nomination for U.S. Senate in 2010. Gray has a Masters Degree in physics and is an expert in atomic energy, which he opposes. See this story. Greenland has a population of approximately 1,000 and is in northwest Arkansas.

Another story about John Gray running for Senate, dated September 7, 2009: here

6 thoughts on “Arkansas Mayor and atomic energy expert will seek Green Party nomination for US Senate

  1. Third Party Revolution

    We here at Third Party Revolution endorse John Gray in his campaign for the Arkansas US Senate Seat, along with many other third party and independent candidates seeking public offices nation-wide, ranging from local to federal levels.

  2. Danny S

    Well, I don’t really like alot of his politics. But I do like a decent amount, and would much rather see him than Lincoln in there.

    But this is great news for the Green Party of Arkansas!

    Here’s to hoping that high-profile independent and this Green become the frontrunners.

  3. Joshua Mann

    Good for John Gray and the Green Party. Offering Americans and Arkansans more options to choose from in setting their future is the American way. Especially right now with so many politicians choosing the party first, special inerests second and the people last. I think people like John and Trevor Drown the independent candidate from Russellville are brave men for stepping up and daring to make a difference

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