Tag Archives: David Schwartzman

The ‘face for the Statehood Greens’ vs. The Washington Post

Washington Post blogger Mike DeBonis and DC Statehood Green Party activist David Schwartzman have gotten into a verbal tiff lately, started by Debonis’ assertion that “the Statehood Green Party has withered into near-oblivion.”  Schwartzman responded in an online newsletter, and DeBonis posted a lengthy reply today.  As of yet, there has been no reaction to DeBonis.… Read more ...

Green Party Wins on Election Day 2010

Compiled by Brent McMillan and posted at Green Party Watch by Ronald Hardy:

Wins (including ballot access) on Nov. 2, 2010 – Unofficial Results

ARKANSAS
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.

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

Green City Council candidate Schwartzman challenges Catania to a running race across DC on Oct. 31

Emailed to contact.ipr@gmail.com:

WASHINGTON, DC — David Schwartzman, DC Statehood Green Party nominee for the City Council of the District of Columbia, has challenged David Catania to a foot race across Washington, DC on October 31. Dr. Schwartzman is running against Mr. Catania in the race for the At-Large Council seat.… Read more ...

DC Statehood Greens Primary Results

Results are up from the DC Board of Elections!

Note that percentages do not add up to 100% because the ballot does provide for write-in candidacies. I have omitted write-ins where they do not seem to be a significant factor in the race. Onwards to the relevant results:

  • For Delegate to the US House of Representatives, Rick Tingling-Clemmons beat Natale “Lino” Stracuzzi.
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DC Statehood Green Party primary garners attention from the LGBTQ press

On September 14th, voters in the DC Statehood Green Party primary will decide between two candidates running for city council, at-large.  One is David Schwartzman, self-described “professor, scientist, ecologist, human rights and peace activist, and fair tax advocate,” while the other candidate is Darryl Moch, the Executive Director of the Labor Heritage Foundation and ordained minister. … Read more ...