Title

The Maine Greens need five percent of the state's presidential vote in 1996 to r

Authors

Source

Casco Bay Weekly

Date

7-20-1995

Pages

5

Abstract

The Maine Greens need five percent of the state's presidential vote in 1996 to remain a political party, an estimated 34,000 votes. The Greens attemtped to have the law changed earlier this year in the Maine Legislature, but failed. Jonathan Carter, the independent gubernatorial candidate in 1994 who garnered seven percent of the vote and helped the Greens qualify as a party, hasn't discounted a run for the presidency.

Subjects

Green Party, Political parties

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