BAN: South Carolina Greens Run Their First Gubernatorial Nominee

From Ballot Access News:

On May 1, the South Carolina Green Party state convention nominated candidates for office, including the party’s first gubernatorial nominee in this state. He is Morgan Bruce Reeves, whose web page,, is at this link. The web page shows a 3-minute clip from a past Spartans-Trojans football game in which Reeves, who played in that game, received prominent attention.

Reeves will be a fusion nominee, because he is also the gubernatorial nominee of the United Citizens Party, the nation’s oldest state ballot-qualified political party that was founded specifically to represent African-Americans. The United Citizens Party has worked with the Green Party before. In 2000, when Ralph Nader was the Green Party nominee for president and before the Green Party was ballot-qualified in South Carolina, the United Citizens Party placed Nader on the ballot as its presidential nominee.

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