Arkansas Green candidates for Governor, US Senate polling at 3.5, 4%

The City Wire reports on a new poll including Arkansas Green Party candidates Jim Lendall for governor and John Gray for US Senate:

In the U.S. Senate race, Boozman’s margin over incumbent U.S. Sen. Blanche Lincoln has shrunk to 13 points as he now holds a 49-36% lead. Independent Trevor Drown and Green Party candidate John Gray each received 4% support, while 7% of voters remain undecided.

Beebe has seen a steady increase in his advantage — now 16 points — over Republican gubernatorial challenger Jim Keet, 50-34%. Green Party nominee Jim Lendall pulled 3.5%, and 12.5% remain undecided.

If Lendall gets at least 3% of the vote, the Arkansas Green Party will remain ballot-qualified for the next 2 years.

Here are some interesting recent articles about Gray and Lendall:

Arkansas Times: A conversation with John Gray, Green Party candidate for Congress

Arkansas News: Here’s your independent voice

Blue Arkansas: Is John Gray picking up steam?

Baxter Bulletin: Jim Lendall fights for legitimacy of Green Party

  1. D. Shade says:

    Web PSA for John Gray for U.S. Senate. It doesn’t mention the Green Party because EVERYONE in the state knows John Gray is the Green candidate. There’s a very large number of angry Democratic voters, whose values are really the same as the Green Party’s. Many have been considering voting Green in the Senate race. We want their votes, and we want them to reevaluate their voting habits.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1teP2FG0FOs

  2. Green Party Watch says:

    We’ve posted that video here recently, we love it!

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