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Wins (including ballot access) on Nov. 2, 2010 – Unofficial Results
Joy Ballard won her race for Saline County Collector, AR. She finished first of seven candidates for one seat with 19,131 votes, 69.28%. Partisan.
Robert Deutsch won his re-election to Board of Directors, Alameda Healthcare District, Alameda County, CA. He finished first of four candidates for two seats with 8,048 votes or 30.65%. Non-partisan
Dan Hamburg won his race for Mendocino County Board of Supervisors, District 5, CA. He finished first of two candidates with 2,474 votes or 55.28%. Non-partisan.
Gayle McLaughlin won her re-election to Mayor of Richmond, Contra Costa County, CA. She finished first of three candidates with 6,282 votes or 40.43%. Non-partisan.
Joe Navarro won his race for Hollister School Board, San Benito County, CA. He finished second of eight candidates for three seats with 2,424 votes or 15.56%.
Lisa Stephens won her re-election to Rent Stabilization Board, Berkeley, Alameda County, CA. She finished fifth of nine candidates for six seats with 10,253 votes or 12.50%. Non-partisan.
Jesse Townley won his re-election to Rent Stabilization Board, Berkeley, Alameda County, CA. He finished first of nine candidates for six seats with 11,748 votes or 14.32%. Non-partisan.
Pam Webster won her re-election to Rent Stabilization Board, Berkeley, Alameda County, CA. She finished second of nine candidates for six seats with 10,839 votes or 13.21%. Non-partisan.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Ballot Access – David Schwartzman’s 9,222 votes or 6.92% for DC Council, At-Large easily maintained the ballot line.
JB Shoats ran unopposed for Advisory Neighborhood Commission SMD 8B04. He received 120 votes or 96%. Non-partisan
Anita Stewart won her race for Hillsborough County Soil and Water Conservation District 5, FL. She finished first of five candidates for one seat with 79,988 votes or 37.75%. Non-partisan.
John Anton won his re-election to Portland City Council, At-large, Cumberland County, ME. He finished second of four candidates for two seats with 12,114 votes. Non-partisan.
Ben Chipman won his race for State Representative District 119, ME. He ran unenrolled. He finished first of two candidates for one seat with 54.22%. Partisan. (He is a former staff person to John Eder when he was a State Representative.)
Preliminary returns suggest that every one of the Green Party statewide candidates earned votes in excess of the ballot-access-retention threshold, any one of whom would secure the ballot-line for the next election.
Ballot Access – Howie Hawkins for Governor, Gloria Mattera for Lt. Governor, received more than the 50,000 votes needed to maintain the Green Party ballot line into the next election cycle. At last count 56,924 votes.
Michael Beilstein won his re-election to Corvallis City Council Ward 5, Benton County, OR. He finished first of two candidates for one seat with 838 votes or 64.81%. Non-partisan.
Richard Hervey won his re-election to Corvallis City Council Ward 3, Benton County, OR. He finished first of two candidates for one seat with 791 votes or 63.08%. Non-partisan.
Ballot Access – Ed Lindsay’s 251,842 votes or 6% for Comptroller guarantees that the Green Party of Texas will be on the ballot in 2012.