In the Green Party’s Wisconsin primary last week, union leader and longtime Green activist and party co-founder Howie Hawkins split the state’s available four delegates with former Youngstown Board of Education member Dario Hunter. Each candidate received two.
Although the primary was held on April 21, the party did not publish the results on their official website until Friday.
Hawkins won the overall vote with 50 percent. 47 percent voted for Hunter. With that result, the party split the delegates equally between the candidates.
In the latest tally, Hawkins leads Hunter 73 to 29. 202 delegates are required to secure the nomination. The Green National Convention is to be held online July 9–12.