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Green Party Candidates to Watch on November 6

WASHINGTON - The Green Party of the United States has identified "Green Candidates to Watch" in federal, state and local races on Election Day, Nov. 6, 2018.

The list includes Green candidates who are running energetic, well publicized, and well organized campaigns for local office across the U.S. The list is a sample of the many Green Party candidates running in the midterms who deserve attention. 

Election results and candidate news will be posted as they happen on Election Day.

Photos, contact information, and video links can be found on the candidates' websites. A separate release on “Green Slates to Watch” will include additional candidates from California, Illinois and Maryland.

ARIZONA
Sara Mae Williams
Arizona House of Representatives, District 4
Endorsed by Indivisible Tohono

CALIFORNIA
Victor Alcantara
Coachella City Council
Endorsed by the Desert Sun

Margaret Garcia
Area 4 Feather River Community College Board of Trustees
League of Women Voters Candidate Forum

Aidan Hill
Berkeley City Council
Southside council hopefuls on student safety, rising crime, race and equity

José Lara
Reelection to El Rancho Unified School District Board of Trustees
Endorsed by the Green Party of Los Angeles County 

COLORADO
Cliff Willmeng
Boulder County Commissioner
Endorsed by Lafayette Professional Fire Fighters Local 4620

CONNECTICUT
Megan Cassano
Connecticut State Senate, District 36
Endorsed by National Association of Social Workers of Connecticut

Peter Goselin
Attorney General of Connecticut
Attorney General Candidates Talk Immigration, Civil Rights at UConn

FLORIDA
Samson LeBeau Kpadenou
Florida House of Representatives, District 87
CBS12 Candidate Questionnaire

ILLINOIS
Randy Auxier
U.S. Congress, District 12, from Illinois
12th Congressional candidates spar in debate

INDIANA
George Wolfe
Secretary of State of Indiana - needs 2% for ballot status
Indiana Green Party on Verge of Making History in Indiana
 

MAINE
Kate Schrock
Maine House of Representatives, District 44
Two newcomers challenge incumbent in House District 44

MARYLAND
Ian Schlakman and Rev. Annie Chambers
Governor and Lieutenant Governor of Maryland - need 1% for ballot status
Red, Blue or … Green? Meet Western Maryland's emerging opposition party

Joshua Harris
Maryland House of Delegates, District 40
Voter Guide

Glenn Ross and Andy Ellis
Maryland House of Delegates, District 45 (multi-member district)
Dems Left Us Black and Blue, So We’re Going Green

MASSACHUSETTS
Jamie Guerin
State Treasurer - statewide candidate must get 3% for ballot status
Independent Candidates on the Rise in Massachusetts

MICHIGAN
Gina Luster
Genesee County Commission, District 2
MSNBC interview with Trymaine Lee

Sherry Wells
Michigan State Board of Education - statewide candidate must get 1% of the vote for the winning candidate for Secretary of State for ballot status
Michigan Live Voter Guide

MISSOURI
Jo Crain
U.S. Senate from Missouri
Green Party Senate candidate Jo Crain opposes partisanship

NEW JERSEY
Madelyn Hoffman
U.S. Senate from New Jersey
Greens Irritated by Senate Race Polling that Omits Hoffman

Diane Moxley
U.S. Congress, District 7, from New Jersey
Green Party, Eyeing the 2020 Presidential Race, Prepares for the Midterms

NEW YORK
Howie Hawkins
Governor of New York - needs 50,000 votes for ballot status
Green Party candidate Howie Hawkins on why he should be governor

Mark Dunlea
Comptroller of New York
Green Party comptroller candidate says it’s all about fighting climate change

NORTH CAROLINA
Robert Corriher
U.S. Congress, District 13, from North Carolina
Journal Now Guide Candidate Survey

OHIO
Constance Gadell-Newton
Governor of Ohio - needs 3% for ballot status
Meet the candidate for governor who's trying to save Ohio's Green Party

PENNSYLVANIA
Paul Glover
Governor of Pennsylvania
Paul Glover: Green jobs, education to be priorities

WISCONSIN
Aaron Camacho
Wisconsin State Senate, District 31
31st Senate District hopefuls tout their experience

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