Jill Stein Has Secured Nearly 75% of Allocated Delegates to Green Party National Convention

Jill Stein is one of several Green Party presidential candidates vying for the party’s nomination. The nomination is mostly determined by pre-allocated delegates awarded for winning primaries in various states. Of the 129 delegates that have thus far been allocated, Jill Stein has captrued 96.5 of them, giving her 74.8% of the total thus far.

Stein most recently won three Green Party primaries over the last weekend, in Rhode Island, Arkansas, and Maine, securing 19 of the 27 delegates in play.

Jill Stein is running against a number of other candidates vying for the nomination of the Green Party, including Kent Mesplay and Roseanne Barr.

6 thoughts on “Jill Stein Has Secured Nearly 75% of Allocated Delegates to Green Party National Convention

  1. Joshua

    Does the Green Party actually have primaries in most states? Or are most of the delegates determined by Green Party state conventions?

  2. Trent Hill Post author

    Joshua–I think most are determined by state conventions. I should’ve been more clear that the nomination was mostly determined by pre-allocated delegates in primaries and caucuses in the states.

  3. Trent Hill Post author

    That’s certainly true. Im guessing Barr will be the VP, too.

  4. raymond

    Barr is a nut she makes the Green Party look like a bunch of crazy people. If she is the VP I won’t vote for the GP then.

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