Tag Archives: Morgan Reeves

Rich Whitney Leads Green Party Gubernatorial Results

Ronald Hardy at Green Party Watch:

Illinois Green Party candidate for Governor Rich Whitney led all Green Party gubernatorial candidates in 2010 in total votes and percentage of the total vote, with 99,625 votes, 2.70% of the vote.

Only three times in history have Green Party gubernatorial candidates exceeded 10% of the vote.… Read more ...

Green candidates support marijuana legalization

Dave Schwab at Green Party Watch:

In a year that has seen the biggest upsurge of activism against marijuana prohibition in American history, Green Party candidates across the country are leading the fight for marijuana legalization while Democrats and Republicans defend the failed, destructive “war on drugs” prohibition regime.

The eyes of Americans who oppose prohibition are on California’s Proposition 19, the Regulate, Control, and Tax Cannabis Act of 2010.… Read more ...

Green Party’s candidates for gov. and US Senate attend NAACP forum in South Carolina

From the Item:

In the race for governor, Green Party candidate Morgan Reeves and Fred Sheheen, the father of Democratic nominee Vincent Sheheen, were present.

Green Party candidate Tom Clements was the only candidate for the U.S. Senate present. He is running to unseat incumbent Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C…

Reeves pushed for year-round schooling, emphasizing the importance of ethanol plants and establishing a statewide high-speed rail system.

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SC Green Party candidate for governor says to media: ‘Quit trying to determine who wins the election’

From a local FOX affiliate in South Carolina (video can be seen here):

COLUMBIA (WACH) — It’s not just Republicans and Democrats seeking the governor’s office.

Third party candidate Morgan Reeves says he’s gaining support.

The retired NFL player and Irmo native is the Green Party candidate.

Reeves tells WACH Fox News he’s disappointed with the lack of media coverage he’s received and says he wants to spread the word so people know he’s a real candidate.

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