"Cover Story" piece on the Maine Green Independent Party, which is expected to f
"Cover Story" piece on the Maine Green Independent Party, which is expected to field two gubernatorial candidates in next year's June primary: Baptist minister Steven Farsaci and forest practices activist Jonathan Carter. If they both qualify under rules laid out in Maine's Clean Election law, that would trigger the release of a combined $208,000 to be spent in the seven weeks leading up to the primary. That's a lot of money for a party with only 8,700 registered members in Maine. But the possibility of a contested primary has stirred a fierce debate among Greens. Some welcome it as a boon to party-building, while others fear it will sow intra-party division. With details about Green Party divisions at the national level.
Campaign funds, Green Party
Burnett, Lee, ""Cover Story" piece on the Maine Green Independent Party, which is expected to f" (2001). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 5632.
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