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Green Party Wins on Election Day 2010

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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.

Bruce Delgado won his re-election to Mayor of Marina City, Monterey County, CA.… Read more ...

Green Party of California analyzes 2010 election results

News Advisory

Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2010
Contact: Laura Wells 510-504-4254 lwlaura@yahoo.com
Derek Iverson 323.481.8984 diversen@cagreens.org
Cres Vellucci 916.996.9170 cvellucci@cagreens.org

GREEN PARTY POSTS KEY MAYORAL, LOCAL WINS; State and Congressional candidates also garner high vote totals, including more than 20% in South State race

SACRAMENTO – The Green Party of California claimed key mayoral and supervisorial victories in local election results, and its state and congressional candidates garnered significant votes totals Tuesday far above party registration, according to party officials.… Read more ...

Green California mayor forced to make tough budget decisions

Marina, California has been hit hard by the economic crisis we are currently experiencing, with the city’s revenues falling by $1.6  million and spending decreasing by $3.3 million.  Tough decisions are being made by the Green Party mayor Bruce Delgado and the city council.

The city’s revenue is estimated to be $25.7… Read more ...