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  1. Richard Kuszmar said,

    May 13, 2012 @ 12:15 am

    Primary Results: Jill Stein Wins 5 of 6 Delegates, Roseanne Barr 1
    Saturday, May 12, 2012

    The Maryland Green Party held its Presidential primary election this morning at its state assembly in Takoma Park. Based on the votes cast by party members at the assembly and by absentee ballot, Maryland will award five of its six delegates to the Green Party Presidential Nominating Convention to Jill Stein, a physician from Massachusetts. Actress Roseanne Barr of California was awarded the sixth delegate.
    here to become a sustainer today!

  2. Volunteer Vote Counter said,

    May 13, 2012 @ 2:12 pm

    I watched the Barr/Stein debate being live streamed by the Green Party techies.

    The sound and video was vastly improved from the last event I viewed recorded by the Greens, the all party debate sponsored by the Maggie Phair Institute.

    The chat room on the side of the live streaming window was very active, and many friends and political candidates were conversing from all over the US. I was plugging the parliament team, ranked choice voting, the Sainte-Lague parliament seat distribution system under the Hagenbach-Bischoff method, etc. and of course a Green/Libertarian ticket.

    My biggest complaint is that more wasn’t spoken about all parties and independents working together with both campaigning and Congress, and that advanced election systems and petitioning wasn’t promoted more too.

    Many friends were there on the chat group; from Texas, Florida, California, Minnesota, Maine, Delaware, Iowa, Virginia … etc., etc. The tech crew said viewer count peaked at 180, but they said that more had probably watched as some logged on and some off during the two hour event.

    More could have been said by Barr and Stein about how the US president should be more of a facilitator to help make decisions in Congress through ranked choice voting for names and decisions. Too much emphasis is expected for the presidential candidates to have all the answers, when the reality is that the peoples’ voices can be empowered by using advanced voting systems.
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    Today the parliament’s ruling coalition sacked 152 Deputy Cabinet Ministers which created openings for eighteen new participants. To learn more please read the Day to Day update;
    http://usparliament.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=549

    We at the 8th USA Parliament welcome your name, your vote and your interest!

    Very Truly Yours,
    –James Ogle [Free Parliamentary]

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