With a very small sample, good news for third parties in New York

The Board of Elections in Suffolk County, Long Island, New York posts results as they come in from the precincts. By studying the sets as they come, and looking when it was at 1.15%, and now up to 3.82%, many of the third party candidates are hovering at about the 1% mark. Previous calculations by Green Party campaign staff hypothesized that at 1%, a party would probably achieve the 50,000 votes for Governor needed for automatic ballot status.

Kristin Davis of the Anti-Prohibition Party has been doing even better, with her percentages in the 3% to 5% range, depending on the set of districts reported. A sample snapshot of the results is below. There will also be an automatic recanvass, so tonight’s results are not official. You can follow the Suffolk County results: here.

Governor and Lieutenant Governor (Elect 1)

(Suffolk County Portion Only) As of 11/2/10 9:52 PM
40 Election Districts reported out of 1,047 3.82% 3.82%
10,675 Votes cast out of 24,528 43.52% 43.52%
Candidate Party Votes Share
CUOMO/DUFFY Democratic 5,258 49.26% 49.26%
Independence 396 3.71% 3.71%
Working Families 402 3.77% 3.77%
Total 6,056 56.73% 56.73%
PALADINO/EDWARDS Republican 3,053 28.60% 28.60%
Conservative 783 7.33% 7.33%
Taxpayers 58 0.54% 0.54%
Total 3,894 36.48% 36.48%
DAVIS/GENDELMAN Anti Prohibition 409 3.83% 3.83%
MC MILLAN, JIMMY Rent is 2 Damn High 110 1.03% 1.03%
REDLICH/LINK Libertarian 96 0.90% 0.90%
HAWKINS/MATTERA Green 95 0.89% 0.89%
BARRON/DOYLE Freedom 15 0.14% 0.14%

29 thoughts on “With a very small sample, good news for third parties in New York

  1. Carey Campbell

    We’re very proud of the our Independent Green Party of Virginia’s Floyd Bayne.

    Floyd has nearly 8 per cent of the vote in Virginia’s 7th Congressional …impressive by any measure in a Virginia 3 way race.

    Here’s video from our August 10th Richmond Virginia Press Conference.

    Also in the Video are our Independent Greens 3rd District elected chairman John D. Kelly, and our endorsee in the 6th district Jeff Vanke, who is pulling 14 per cent of the vote in the 6th district.

    http://www.seaflog.com/buscar-videos/ver-video/independent-greens-candidates-for-2010-4001553087.html

  2. Kimberly Wilder Post author

    The Independent Green Party of Virginia may well be a third party. But, it is confusing to call it a “Green Party”. And, I wish Carey would “stand down” and quit crashing in on the Green Party discussion.

    The Green Party of Virginia does not honor the four pillars of the international Green movement. I don’t think they have a commitment against corporate donations. They like Bloomberg! And, they are not connected to the national GP-US.

    I wouldn’t feel like I had to say this, if Carey didn’t try to dive in to every Green Party post and try to act like a green. It’s getting tiring and old…

  3. Carey Campbell

    Howie needs to pull 50,000 votes in New York for the Green Party to attain ballot status.

    For all of us, who have admired Howie Hawkins dedication to the Green Party for decades, we are hoping Howie and the Green Party of New York gets to the necessary goal.

    Whatever the result the Green Party of New York, and all it’s members, deserve praise and thanks for their clever campaign, and dedicated work.

    Thanks to each of you.

  4. Kimberly Wilder Post author

    Howie Hawkins is at 3% in Albany.

    From the Albany BOE:

    Unofficial Election Results

    We will post unofficial election results to this page starting after polls close on election day, with regular updates throughout the evening. To browse our archive of official results of past elections, click here.

    SUMMARY REPORT
    RUN DATE:11/02/10
    RUN TIME:10:07 PM

    VOTES PERCENT

    GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
    (VOTE FOR) 1
    Andrew M. Cuomo (DEM) . . . . . . 7,446 60.39%
    Carl P. Paladino (REP) . . . . . . 2,541 20.61
    Andrew M. Cuomo (IND) . . . . . . 390 3.16
    Carl P. Paladino (CON) . . . . . . 474 3.84
    Andrew M. Cuomo (WOR) . . . . . . 368 2.98
    Howie Hawkins (GRN) . . . . . . . 392 3.18%
    Jimmy McMillan (RDH). . . . . . . 140 1.14
    Warren Redlich (LBT). . . . . . . 387 3.14
    Charles Barron (FDM). . . . . . . 9 .07
    Carl P. Paladino (TXP) . . . . . . 44 .36
    Kristin M. Davis (APP) . . . . . . 110 .89
    WRITE-IN. . . . . . . . . . . 29 .24
    ****** Totals by Candidate ******
    Andrew M. Cuomo . . . . . . . . 8,204 66.54
    Carl P. Paladino . . . . . . . . 3,059 24.81
    Howie Hawkins . . . . . . . . . 392 3.18
    Jimmy McMillan. . . . . . . . . 140 1.14
    Warren Redlich. . . . . . . . . 387 3.14
    Charles Barron. . . . . . . . . 9 .07
    Kristin M. Davis . . . . . . . . 110 .89
    WRITE-IN. . . . . . . . . . . 29 .24

  5. Kimberly Wilder Post author

    Carey Campbell…

    You remind me of the people at work that come by and say “Thank you” so they believe they are your boss.

    That game is so old.

    You are not in the same Green Party as Howie Hawkins.

  6. George Phillies

    With recent updates, Warren Redlich is running at about 1% of the vote, meaning if extended he would get about the needed 50,000 votes.

    That’s an ‘about’; it looks like it will be close.

    Unfortunately, in New Hampshire it appears that neither John Babiarz nor Ken Blevens will get 4%.

  7. Carey Campbell

    Kimberly,

    really. Grow up.

    I knew Petra Kelly, and Joschka. I understand that I am a Green Party conservative upsets so many. But really. Crashing.

    ..Thank God, the censorship in force at Green Party Watch isn’t in force here.

  8. Kimberly Wilder

    @Carey Campbell:

    It makes sense that you can post at IPR and you can’t post at Green Party Watch.

    IPR is for all parties – left, right and middle.

    Green Party Watch is specifically for Green Parties, that keep in the green values, and that are connected to the official, US party. They are not a direct party mechanism, but they believe in giving voice to the genuine green parties around the country and the world.

    So, Green Party Watch doesn’t want to let you pose as something you are not. They know what “green” really is.

    IPR doesn’t have time to screen for genuineness. And, I guess they don’t mind letting both sides of a controversy post here – even if one side of the controversy has so little clout behind their argument.

    As for the “grow up” comment.

    I have dealt with other people who play like you before. You are co-opting and manipulating, and doing it in a polite and calm manner.

    It works well on some level.

    I don’t have time to be polite. I just need to make sure that when you pose and manipulate sometimes, I call you out.

    You have confused too many real greens into thinking you are connected with them.

    I don’t like people who smile and confuse people.

  9. Kimberly Wilder Post author

    Does Ben Manski belong to you, Carey, because he is a human and you are a human? Because, beyond that, you have nothing in common with him.

    He is in a different Green Party, with very different values.

  10. paulie

    44% each for two candidates with only one precinct reporting out of 23 is not exactly a decisive lead, just an early indication that it may be close.

  11. Carey Campbell

    VIRGINIAAmendment (97% Reporting) Yes (51%)No (49%)
    U.S. House (99% Reporting) Krystal Ball – Dem (35%) Robert Wittman – GOP (64%)Gail Parker – IGr (1%)
    Amendment (97% Reporting) Yes (76%)No (24%)
    U.S. House (100% Reporting) Randy Forbes – GOP (62%)Wynne LeGrow – Dem (38%)
    U.S. House (100% Reporting) Bob Goodlatte – GOP (77%)Stuart Bain – Lib (9%)Jeffrey Vanke – Ind (13%)
    U.S. House (99% Reporting) Eric Cantor – GOP (60%)Rick Waugh – Dem (34%)Floyd Bayne – IGr (7%)
    U.S. House (99% Reporting) Robert Hurt – GOP (51%)Tom Perriello – Dem (47%)Jeffrey Clark – Ind (2%)
    Amendment (97% Reporting) Yes (82%)No (18%)
    U.S. House (99% Reporting) Morgan Griffith – GOP (51%)Rick Boucher – Dem (46%)Jeremiah Heaton – Ind (2%)
    U.S. House (86% Reporting) Scott Rigell – GOP (53%)Glenn Nye – Dem (43%)Kenny Golden – Ind (4%)
    U.S. House (98% Reporting) Gerry Connolly – Dem (49%)Keith Fimian – GOP (49%)Christopher DeCarlo – Ind (1%)David Dotson – Lib (1%)David Gillis – IGr (0%)
    U.S. House (97% Reporting) Patrick Murray – GOP (37%) Jim Moran – Dem (61%)Ron Fisher – IGr (1%)
    U.S. House (98% Reporting) Bobby Scott – Dem (70%)Chuck Smith – GOP (27%)John Kelly – Ind (1%)James Quigley – Lib (1%)
    U.S. House (98% Reporting) Frank Wolf – GOP (64%)Jeff Barnett – Dem (34%)William Redpath – Lib (2%)

    MARYLANDState Senate (41% Reporting) Roger Manno – Dem (69%)Don Irvine – GOP (31%)
    House of Delegates (61% Reporting) Guy Guzzone – Dem (23%)Shane Pendergrass – Dem (22%)Frank Turner – Dem (21%)Loretta Gaffney – GOP (11%)Ed Priola – GOP (12%)Jeff Robinson – GOP (11%)
    U.S. House (41% Reporting) Elijah Cummings – Dem (79%)Frank Mirabile – GOP (20%)Scott Spencer – Lib (2%)
    State Senate (Uncontested Race) Edward Reilly – GOP (0%)
    House of Delegates (43% Reporting) Paul Gilligan – Dem (44%)Michael Hough – GOP (56%)
    House of Delegates (39% Reporting) Bill Frick – Dem (24%)Ariana Kelly – Dem (23%)Susan Lee – Dem (23%)Jeanne Allen – GOP (11%)Carol Bowis – GOP (10%)Meyer Marks – GOP (9%)
    County Executive (22% Reporting) Kevin Kamenetz – Dem (54%)Kenneth Holt – GOP (46%)
    House of Delegates (33% Reporting) Elizabeth Bobo – Dem (74%)Robert Wheatley – GOP (26%)
    House of Delegates (94% Reporting) John Donoghue – Dem (52%)Cort Meinelschmidt – GOP (48%)
    State Senate (34% Reporting) Richard Madaleno – Dem (77%)Kurt Osuch – GOP (23%)
    House of Delegates (44% Reporting) Anita Riley – Dem (27%)Susan Krebs – GOP (73%)
    State Senate (Uncontested Race) Barry Glassman – GOP (0%)
    State Senate (Uncontested Race) George Edwards – GOP (0%)
    House of Delegates (88% Reporting) Joseph Gutierrez – Dem (11%)John Jones – Dem (13%)Wayne Norman – GOP (38%)Donna Stifler – GOP (38%)
    State Senate (61% Reporting) James Robey – Dem (65%)Kyle Lorton – GOP (35%)
    House of Delegates (81% Reporting) Timothy Schlauch – Dem (23%) Donald Elliott – GOP (77%)
    State Senate (50% Reporting) Nancy King – Dem (65%)Robert Smith – GOP (35%)
    House of Delegates (66% Reporting) Jolene Ivey – Dem (35%)Doyle Niemann – Dem (30%)Michael Summers – Dem (31%)Rachel Audi – GOP (4%)
    House of Delegates (54% Reporting) Jeremiah Chiappelli – Dem (12%)Robert Eckert – Dem (11%)Justin Towles – Dem (11%)Don Dwyer – GOP (20%)Nicholaus Kipke – GOP (22%)Steve Schuh – GOP (21%)Joshua Crandall – Lib (2%)Cory Faust – CST (1%)
    Amendment (34% Reporting) For (82%)Against (18%)
    State Senate (15% Reporting) Jim Adams – Dem (35%)Allan Kittleman – GOP (65%)
    House of Delegates (70% Reporting) James Proctor – Dem (39%)Joseph Vallario – Dem (36%)Mike Hethmon – GOP (13%)Antoinette Jarboe-Duley – GOP (12%)
    State Senate (38% Reporting) Arthur Helton – Dem (47%)Nancy Jacobs – GOP (53%)
    House of Delegates (40% Reporting) Joseph Minnick – Dem (16%)John Olszewski – Dem (19%)Mike Weir – Dem (18%)Carlton Clendaniel – GOP (13%)Bob Long – GOP (17%)Ric Metzgar – GOP (18%)
    State Senate (Uncontested Race) Victor Ramirez – Dem (0%)
    House of Delegates (Pending Start) Al Carr – Dem (0%) Ana Sol Gutierrez – Dem (0%) Jeff Waldstreicher – Dem (0%)
    State Senate (100% Reporting) Roy Dyson – Dem (51%)Stephen Waugh – GOP (49%)
    House of Delegates (Pending Start) Curt Anderson – Dem (0%) Maggie McIntosh – Dem (0%) Mary Washington – Dem (0%)
    State Senate (45% Reporting) Rebecca Nelson – Dem (36%)J.B. Jennings – GOP (64%)
    State Senate (63% Reporting) Scott Stone – Dem (29%)Joseph Getty – GOP (71%)
    House of Delegates (55% Reporting) Michael Busch – Dem (19%)Virginia Clagett – Dem (17%)Judd Legum – Dem (16%)Ron George – GOP (18%)Seth Howard – GOP (14%)Herb McMillan – GOP (16%)
    House of Delegates (52% Reporting) Ronald Lohr – Dem (36%)LeRoy Myers – GOP (64%)
    House of Delegates (67% Reporting) Norman Conway – Dem (30%)Gee Williams – Dem (19%)Mike McDermott – GOP (27%)Marty Pusey – GOP (24%)
    State Senate (Uncontested Race) Nathaniel McFadden – Dem (0%)
    State Senate (54% Reporting) Edward Carey – Dem (39%)Bryan Simonaire – GOP (61%)
    U.S. Senate (42% Reporting) Barbara Mikulski – Dem (60%)Eric Wargotz – GOP (38%)Kenniss Henry – Grn (1%)Richard Shawver – CST (1%)
    House of Delegates (48% Reporting) Kumar Barve – Dem (23%)James Gilchrist – Dem (23%)Luiz Simmons – Dem (23%)Daniel Campos – GOP (11%)Craig Frick – GOP (9%)Josephine Wang – GOP (9%)
    State Senate (48% Reporting) Jennie Forehand – Dem (74%)Adol Owen-Williams – GOP (26%)
    State Senate (55% Reporting) John Astle – Dem (55%)Ron Elfenbein – GOP (45%)
    House of Delegates (51% Reporting) Veronica Turner – Dem (35%)Kriselda Valderrama – Dem (31%)Jay Walker – Dem (31%)Holly Henderson – GOP (3%)
    U.S. House (40% Reporting) John Sarbanes – Dem (60%)Jim Wilhelm – GOP (37%)Alain Lareau – CST (1%)Jerry McKinley – Lib (2%)
    Governor (44% Reporting) Martin O’Malley – Dem (56%)Robert Ehrlich – GOP (43%)Maria Allwine – Grn (1%)Susan Gaztanaga – Lib (1%)Eric Knowles – CST (0%)
    House of Delegates (41% Reporting) Sam Arora – Dem (25%)Bonnie Cullison – Dem (24%)Ben Kramer – Dem (26%)Tom Masser – GOP (12%)Linn Rivera – GOP (13%)
    State Senate (Uncontested Race) Bobby Zirkin – Dem (0%)
    House of Delegates (47% Reporting) Kathleen Dumais – Dem (20%)Brian Feldman – Dem (20%)Aruna Miller – Dem (18%)Sylvia Darrow – GOP (13%)Scott Graham – GOP (16%)Matthew Mockerman – GOP (12%)Arvin Vohra – Lib (1%)
    House of Delegates (35% Reporting) Galen Clagett – Dem (28%)Candy Greenway – Dem (23%)Patrick Hogan – GOP (26%)Scott Rolle – GOP (23%)
    Referendum (2% Reporting) For (55%)Against (45%)
    House of Delegates (70% Reporting) James Hubbard – Dem (41%)Geraldine Valentino-Smith – Dem (43%)Margaret Moodie – GOP (15%)
    State Senate (Uncontested Race) Catherine Pugh – Dem (0%)
    Amendment (34% Reporting) For (65%)Against (35%)
    House of Delegates (47% Reporting) Kevin Kelly – Dem (51%)Mary Beth Pirolozzi – GOP (49%)
    House of Delegates (45% Reporting) Jeff Beard – Dem (13%)James Morrow – Dem (11%)Kristina Sargent – Dem (13%)Rick Impallaria – GOP (21%)Pat McDonough – GOP (22%)Kathy Szeliga – GOP (20%)
    State Senate (Uncontested Race) Joanne Benson – Dem (0%)
    House of Delegates (8% Reporting) Maryann Maher – Dem (23%)Jonathan Weinstein – Dem (21%)Gail Bates – GOP (29%)Warren Miller – GOP (26%)
    State Senate (Uncontested Race) Delores Kelley – Dem (0%)
    House of Delegates (42% Reporting) Charles Barkley – Dem (24%)Kirill Reznik – Dem (21%)Shane Robinson – Dem (21%)Jim Pettit – GOP (13%)Al Phillips – GOP (11%)Bill Witham – GOP (11%)
    House of Delegates (22% Reporting) David Rudolph – Dem (51%)Theodore Patterson – GOP (44%)Michael Dawson – CST (5%)
    House of Delegates (9% Reporting) Rudolph Cane – Dem (60%)Dustin Mills – GOP (40%)
    State Senate (53% Reporting) James DeGrange – Dem (59%)Larry Barber – GOP (41%)
    State Senate (Uncontested Race) Lisa Gladden – Dem (0%)
    State Senate (Uncontested Race) Douglas Peters – Dem (0%)
    House of Delegates (70% Reporting) Sharon Baker – Dem (14%)Francis Walsh – Dem (14%)Justin Ready – GOP (38%)Nancy Stocksdale – GOP (34%)
    State Senate (38% Reporting) Jim Mathias – Dem (51%)Michael James – GOP (49%)
    U.S. House (49% Reporting) Frank Kratovil – Dem (41%) Andy Harris – GOP (55%)Richard Davis – Lib (4%)
    State Senate (58% Reporting) Verna Jones – Dem (93%)Bernard Reiter – GOP (7%)
    House of Delegates (100% Reporting) Sue Kullen – Dem (47%)Mark Fisher – GOP (53%)
    Attorney General (Uncontested Race) Douglas Gansler – Dem (0%)
    U.S. House (31% Reporting) Chris Van Hollen – Dem (73%)Michael Philips – GOP (26%)Mark Grannis – Lib (1%)Fred Nordhorn – CST (0%)
    State Senate (Uncontested Race) Paul Pinsky – Dem (0%)
    State Senate (47% Reporting) Rob Garagiola – Dem (64%)Dwight Patel – GOP (36%)
    U.S. House (54% Reporting) Andrew Duck – Dem (33%) Roscoe Bartlett – GOP (62%)Dan Massey – Lib (3%)Michael Reed – CST (3%)
    State Senate (36% Reporting) Ronald Young – Dem (54%)Alex Mooney – GOP (46%)
    House of Delegates (Pending Start) Frank Conaway – Dem (0%) Barbara Robinson – Dem (0%) Shawn Tarrant – Dem (0%)
    House of Delegates (30% Reporting) Bonita Currey – Dem (13%)Ryan Trout – Dem (18%)Kathy Afzali – GOP (32%)Kelly Schulz – GOP (32%)Scott Guenthner – Una (4%)
    House of Delegates (83% Reporting) John Janowich – Dem (28%)Susan McComas – GOP (72%)
    County Executive (2% Reporting) Joanna Conti – Dem (47%)John Leopold – GOP (48%)Mike Shay – Grn (5%)
    House of Delegates (45% Reporting) Sally Jameson – Dem (21%)Peter Murphy – Dem (20%)C. T. Wilson – Dem (16%)Kirk Bowie – GOP (15%)Mike Phillips – GOP (14%)Daniel Richards – GOP (13%)
    State Senate (Uncontested Race) Jamie Raskin – Dem (0%)
    House of Delegates (Uncontested Race) Bob Costa – GOP (0%)
    U.S. House (44% Reporting) Donna Edwards – Dem (84%)Robert Broadus – GOP (16%)
    State Senate (39% Reporting) Brian Frosh – Dem (70%)Jerry Cave – GOP (30%)
    State Senate (Uncontested Race) Christopher Shank – GOP (0%)
    House of Delegates (100% Reporting) John Bohanan – Dem (52%)Erik Anderson – GOP (48%)
    State Senate (78% Reporting) Thomas Mike Miller – Dem (68%)Vernon Hayes – GOP (32%)
    House of Delegates (91% Reporting) James Stanton – Dem (28%)Wendell Beitzel – GOP (72%)
    State Senate (5% Reporting) Chris Robinson – Dem (42%)Richard Colburn – GOP (58%)
    Comptroller (39% Reporting) Peter Franchot – Dem (58%)William Campbell – GOP (42%)
    House of Delegates (20% Reporting) Emmett Burns – Dem (31%)Adrienne Jones – Dem (31%)Shirley Nathan-Pulliam – Dem (32%)Jeanne Turnock – GOP (6%)
    State Senate (30% Reporting) Edward Kasemeyer – Dem (67%)Rick Martel – GOP (33%)
    House of Delegates (Pending Start) Sheila Hixson – Dem (0%) Tom Hucker – Dem (0%) Heather Mizeur – Dem (0%)
    State Senate (Uncontested Race) Bill Ferguson – Dem (0%)
    State Senate (51% Reporting) Steven Mumford – Dem (40%)E.J. Pipkin – GOP (60%)
    House of Delegates (12% Reporting) Pamela Beidle – Dem (20%)Mary Ann Love – Dem (19%)Theodore Sophocleus – Dem (19%)Stephanie Hodges – GOP (15%)Wayne Smith – GOP (15%)David Starr – GOP (12%)
    House of Delegates (41% Reporting) Anne Kaiser – Dem (20%)Eric Luedtke – Dem (18%)Craig Zucker – Dem (19%)Patricia Fenati – GOP (15%)Henry Kahwaty – GOP (14%)Maria Pena-Faustino – GOP (14%)
    House of Delegates (Pending Start) Tawanna Gaines – Dem (0%) Anne Healey – Dem (0%) Justin Ross – Dem (0%)
    House of Delegates (58% Reporting) Keith Haynes – Dem (32%)Keiffer Mitchell – Dem (32%)Melvin Stukes – Dem (30%)Brian Jones – GOP (3%)Trae Lewis – GOP (2%)
    County Executive (29% Reporting) Ken Ulman – Dem (68%)Trent Kittleman – GOP (32%)
    State Senate (Uncontested Race) Ulysses Currie – Dem (0%)
    House of Delegates (Uncontested Race) Marvin Holmes – Dem (0%)
    U.S. House (35% Reporting) Dutch Ruppersberger – Dem (64%)Marcelo Cardarelli – GOP (33%)Lorenzo Gaztanaga – Lib (2%)
    House of Delegates (56% Reporting) Pete Definbaugh – Dem (29%)Wade Kach – GOP (68%)Justin Kinsey – Lib (3%)
    House of Delegates (13% Reporting) Madonna Brennan – Dem (25%)Tony McConkey – GOP (32%)Cathy Vitale – GOP (43%)
    House of Delegates (6% Reporting) Patrice Stanley – Dem (20%)Adelaide Eckardt – GOP (40%)Jeannie Haddaway – GOP (40%)
    House of Delegates (74% Reporting) Ben Barnes – Dem (25%)Barbara Frush – Dem (24%)Joseline Pena-Melnyk – Dem (24%)Scott Dibiasio – GOP (9%)Kat Nelson – GOP (8%)Jason Papanikolas – GOP (9%)Bryan Walker – Lib (2%)
    House of Delegates (41% Reporting) Steven DeBoy – Dem (28%)James Malone – Dem (30%)Joe Hooe – GOP (23%)Albert Nalley – GOP (19%)
    House of Delegates (17% Reporting) Jill Carter – Dem (35%)Nathaniel Oaks – Dem (31%)Samuel Rosenberg – Dem (30%)Mark Ehrlichmann – GOP (4%)
    House of Delegates (30% Reporting) Jon Cardin – Dem (24%)Dan Morhaim – Dem (21%)Dana Stein – Dem (21%)Carol Byrd – GOP (11%)Michael Collins – GOP (11%)Steven Smith – GOP (11%)Brandon Brooks – Lib (2%)
    State Senate (Uncontested Race) Jim Rosapepe – Dem (0%)
    State Senate (41% Reporting) Karen Montgomery – Dem (57%)Eric Cary – GOP (43%)
    House of Delegates (48% Reporting) Mary-Dulany James – Dem (29%)Marla Posey-Moss – Dem (23%)Glen Glass – GOP (25%)Patrick McGrady – GOP (24%)
    House of Delegates (48% Reporting) Lori Albin – Dem (15%)Oz Bengur – Dem (14%)Stephen Lafferty – Dem (17%)Susan Aumann – GOP (20%)John Fiastro – GOP (16%)William Frank – GOP (18%)
    House of Delegates (37% Reporting) Luke Clippinger – Dem (29%)Peter Hammen – Dem (30%)Brian McHale – Dem (29%)Roger Bedingfield – GOP (12%)
    House of Delegates (100% Reporting) John Wood – Dem (51%)Matt Morgan – GOP (49%)
    House of Delegates (Pending Start) Tiffany Alston – Dem (0%) Carolyn Howard – Dem (0%) Michael Vaughn – Dem (0%)
    House of Delegates (100% Reporting) Chris Davies – Dem (40%)Tony O’Donnell – GOP (57%)Shawn Quinn – Lib (3%)
    State Senate (45% Reporting) Thomas Middleton – Dem (64%)Jay Bala – GOP (36%)
    State Senate (Uncontested Race) Joan Carter Conway – Dem (0%)
    Amendment (34% Reporting) For (55%)Against (45%)
    House of Delegates (Pending Start) Aisha Braveboy – Dem (0%) Dereck Davis – Dem (0%) Melony Griffith – Dem (0%)
    State’s Attorney (Uncontested Race) Gregg Bernstein – Dem (0%)
    U.S. House (60% Reporting) Steny Hoyer – Dem (58%)Charles Lollar – GOP (41%)Gavin Shickle – Lib (1%)
    House of Delegates (41% Reporting) Brien Poffenberger – Dem (38%)Neil Parrott – GOP (62%)
    House of Delegates (13% Reporting) Michael McCready – Dem (31%)Charles Otto – GOP (69%)
    House of Delegates (50% Reporting) Neil Becker – Dem (28%) Andrew Serafini – GOP (72%)
    House of Delegates (38% Reporting) Ruth Baisden – Dem (16%)Cal Bowman – Dem (14%)Eric Bromwell – Dem (17%)Joseph Boteler – GOP (20%)John Cluster – GOP (18%)Norma Secoura – GOP (15%)
    State Senate (38% Reporting) Katherine Klausmeier – Dem (58%)Dee Hodges – GOP (42%)
    State Senate (40% Reporting) Norman Stone – Dem (54%)Bruce Kahl – GOP (46%)
    House of Delegates (63% Reporting) Talmadge Branch – Dem (33%)Cheryl Glenn – Dem (29%)Hattie Harrison – Dem (28%)Rick Saffery – GOP (4%)Larry Wardlow – GOP (3%)Ronald Owens-Bey – Lib (3%)
    State Senate (48% Reporting) Jim Brochin – Dem (57%)Kevin Carney – GOP (43%)
    State Senate (Uncontested Race) Anthony Muse – Dem (0%)
    State Senate (44% Reporting) Sara Lou Trescott – Dem (26%) David Brinkley – GOP (74%)
    House of Delegates (51% Reporting) Arthur Hock – Dem (15%)William Manlove – Dem (16%)Stephen Hershey – GOP (26%) Jay Jacobs – GOP (23%) Michael Smigiel – GOP (21%)

    District of ColumbiaCity Council (13% Reporting) Phil Mendelson – Dem (62%)David Catania – Ind (27%)David Schwartzman – DCG (6%)Richard Urban – Ind (5%)
    City Council (5% Reporting) Mary Cheh – Dem (68%)Dave Hedgepeth – GOP (32%)
    U.S. Shadow Rep (13% Reporting) Mike Panetta – Dem (86%)Nelson Rimensynder – GOP (7%)Joyce Robinson-Paul – DCG (8%)
    U.S. Delegate (13% Reporting) Eleanor Holmes Norton – Dem (92%)Queen Noble – Ind (0%)Missy Reilly Smith – GOP (4%)Rick Tingling-Clemmons – DCG (3%)
    Mayor (13% Reporting) Vincent Gray – Dem (96%)Carlos Allen – Ind (2%)Faith – DCG (1%)Omari Musa – SWP (1%)
    City Council (22% Reporting) Tommy Wells – Dem (89%)Jim DeMartino – GOP (11%)
    City Council Chairman (13% Reporting) Kwame Brown – Dem (92%)Ann Wilcox – DCG (8%)
    City Council (18% Reporting) Jim Graham – Dem (86%)Marc Morgan – GOP (5%)Nancy Shia – DCG (8%)
    Amendment (13% Reporting) For (79%)Against (21%)
    City Council (22% Reporting) Harry Thomas – Dem (85%)Tim Day – GOP (6%)Kathy Henderson – Ind (8%)

  12. Carey Campbell

    Anita says she has done a lot of “peace work” and “nonviolence work” here in Tampa Florida.

    She worked for Cynthia McKinney in the last presidential campaign.

    That motivated Anita to run for Soil and Water Conservation district director.

    Now Anita has been elected as Green Party candidate in the Tampa Bay Area.

  13. Carey Campbell

    Well,

    It’s been a pleasure. Thanks IPR for an interesting election night.

    The Independent Green Party of Virginia, sister party to the Independence Parties of New York and Minnesota, has done some exceptional work in 2010.

    Applause to the thousands of dedicate American citizens who have worked to create America’s Third Major Party, The Green Party…

    Good night, and Good Luck, indeed…

    Carey Campbell, hillbilly signing off…

  14. ron

    Carey Campbell’s Independent Green Party of Virginia is affiliated with the Constitution Party, not the Green Party. They sold their Virginia Ballot Line to Chuck Baldwin in 2008.

  15. Hmmm ...

    Perhaps the Virginia Independent “Green” party is a different kind of green …

    Money instead of Nature

  16. Deran

    Who thinks Campbell and the Independent “Greens” of Virginaia are a LaRouche sleeper cell?!

    Same kind of operation, latching on to real existing political action to make themselves look like real members, and not nutters.

  17. Kimberly Wilder

    Yes…with 24% reporting, The Washington Post has Green Party, Howie Hawkins at 2%, looking like he may get vote totals in the sixty thousand range. And, Libertarian, Warren Redlich at 1%, looking like he will be hovering around the 50,000 mark.

    Jimmy McMillan at 1% range (but much lower than Redlich). I don’t think it looks like McMillan will get the 50,000. Although, it could be if the precincts represented are lopsided.

    I have been having luck checking things out at the Washington Post. A green colleague is watching FIOS TV for NY election results with good success.

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